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The Christmas story: Does it still matter?

The Christmas story: Does it still matter?

What does Christmas mean to you? Times with family and friends? Perhaps carols, cards, television specials. Maybe hectic shopping, parties, and eating too much. All these and more are part of a world-wide meaning of Christmas. But what about the first...
The Laws of Darkness Part. 4

The Laws of Darkness Part. 4

It was a great delight to receive your feedback from previous articles on this subject, The Laws of Darkness, posted online. Thank you for sharing how the message has impacted you positively. In this edition, I am going to continue with the Third Law...
God is a “God of a second chance!” Not Abramovich

God is a “God of a second chance!” Not Abramovich

Chelsea’s 3 – 0 defeat by Juventus was the “El Sackico” that got Roberto Di Matteo sacked. Repentance and forgiveness was out of the question. Di Matteo could have sang “Lord forgive me like only you can, For you’re the God of a second...
Christmas without Christ

Christmas without Christ

Two government ministers said they are ready to change Sweden’s school laws after an agency ruled schools could not include religious elements in Advent services. According to The Local, a Swedish newspaper in English, the country wants local schools...
Children must learn Christianity to know English history and culture, say academics

Children must learn Christianity to know English history and culture, say academics

School children need to learn about Christianity in order to understand English history and culture, a poll suggests. A new survey by Oxford University suggests that many adults believe it is important for youngsters to be taught about the religion in...
“BOXING” DAY

“BOXING” DAY

In the 17th century in Britain, it was a custom for tradesmen to collect “Christmas boxes” of money or presents on the first weekday after Christmas for their good service throughout the year. This custom is linked to an older English tradition: since...