Islamist parties face drubbing in Pakistan vote - 11/02/2008

PESHAWAR, Pakistan - Pakistani voters are expected to succeed where President Pervez Musharraf has failed, pushing back the Islamist tide and throwing out of power political clerics governing Pakistan's violent northwest.

World bourses lost $5.2 trillion in January - 10/02/2008

PARIS - World stock markets lost $5.2 trillion (3.6 trillion euros) in January thanks to the fallout from the US subprime crisis and fears of a global economic slowdown, Standard & Poor's said Saturday.

Archbishop, you've committed treason - 10/02/2008

My text for today is:- "HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD" - 1 Thessalonians 5:21. These are words I heard so regularly in prayers at my Anglican girls' school that I have been unable to forget them. I draw them to the attention of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who seems to have forgotten them.

Why do we still suck up to dictators? By David Mellor - 10/02/2008

The British Olympic Association's squalid attempt to suppress legitimate criticism of the Chinese regime by British athletes - revealed in today's Mail on Sunday - is a timely wake-up call for all of us who thought sucking up to dictators was something we had left behind in the Thirties.

Britain athletes forced to sign no criticism contracts - 10/02/2008

British Olympic chiefs are to force athletes to sign a contract promising not to speak out about China's appalling human rights record - or face being banned from travelling to Beijing.

Obama will be assassinated if he wins - 10/02/2008

If Barack Obama becomes the next US president he will surely be assassinated, British Nobel literature laureate Doris Lessing predicted in a newspaper interview published here Saturday.

Minister warns of 'inbred' Muslims - 10/02/2008

A government minister has warned that inbreeding among immigrants is causing a surge in birth defects - comments likely to spark a new row over the place of Muslims in British society.

Georgians want access to Tenn. Water - 10/02/2008

A resolution in Georgia's legislature proposes to move the Tennessee-Georgia boundary about a mile to the north of where it now lies.

Gates Cautions on NATO's Survival
AP - 10/02/2008

MUNICH, Germany - Survival of the NATO alliance, a cornerstone of American security policy for six decades, is at stake in the debate over how the United States and Europe should share the burden of fighting Islamic extremism in Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Sunday.

Poll: To Fix Economy, Get Out of Iraq - 10/02/2008

(WASHINGTON) - The heck with Congress' big stimulus bill. The way to get the country out of recession - and most people think we're in one - is to get the country out of Iraq, according to an Associated Press-Ipsos poll.

Floods, storms kill 12 in Indonesia's Java - 10/02/2008

JAKARTA - Floods and storms have killed 12 people on Indonesia's main island of Java, a health official said on Sunday.

Kassam rockets strike Negev - 08/02/2008

The barrage of Kassam rockets on the western Negev continued on Friday, with Palestinian gunmen claiming responsibility for eight out of the 17 rockets which have hit Israel since early morning.

Baby a sign of hope in devastated US South - 08/02/2008

CASTALIAN SPRINGS, Tenn. - At first, rescuers thought it was a doll. Then it moved. In a grassy pasture strewn with toys, splintered lumber and bricks tossed by the tornado's widespread wrath, 11-month old Kyson Stowell was lying face down in the mud, 150 yards from where his home once stood.

Smoking Will Kill 1 Billion People - 08/02/2008

One billion people will die from tobacco-related causes by the end of the century if current consumption trends continue, according to a global report released Thursday by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Ethanol May Add Emissions - 08/02/2008

(WASHINGTON) - The widespread use of ethanol from corn could result in nearly twice the greenhouse gas emissions as the gasoline it would replace because of expected land-use changes, researchers concluded Thursday. The study challenges the rush to biofuels as a response to global warming.

“Just what is an APOSTLE?”
Just what is an Apostle?

Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

The confusion is not merely around the Church – within the religions of the world outside – but WITHIN the very heart of The True Church itself!

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Listen to Me, You who know righteousness, You people in whose heart is My Law: …I have put My words in your mouth, I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, That I may plant the heavens, Lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “you are My people” (Isaiah 51:7,16)