Opinion

Offerings Are for the Poor, Not For Your Pastor, By Olurotimi Osha

In the New Testament, this arrangement ceased, as the new Christians were neither Levites (Paul was of the tribe of Benjamin), nor were they professional priests. All the disciples had lay jobs that supported them. Thus, Paul the former Pharisee and scholar, was a tentmaker. Apostle Paul gave the clear…
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Opinion

Why I Write On Governance and Reform, By Tunji Olaopa

Writing must always serve a purpose, as far as I am concerned. And the purpose in my own case has to do with Nigeria’s complicated struggles with national integration, national development and democratic governance. For more than twenty five years, I have attempted to weave a reform philosophy around these…
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Opinion

Africa and Five Hundred Years of the Protestant Reformation, By Emmanuel Nwachukwu

As Christendom marks five hundred years of the protestant reformation, we need God so much in these day to stem the tide of charlatans and error that have taken over church pulpits in Africa. Believers need so much of wisdom and discerning minds to search the scriptures for themselves and…
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Article of Faith

Children of Father Paul, By Femi Aribisala

Paul provides the most outrageous justification for sin in the entire Bible. Why are some Christians so upset when we question Paul’s epistles? Why do they become abusive when we demonstrate painstakingly that Paul’s doctrine is at variance with Jesus’? The reason is simple; many Christians are Christians not because…
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Opinion

The Protestant Ethic and How It Changed the World (2), By Sunday Adelaja

- Martin Luther, a father of the Protestant ethic. It is my deep conviction that any person or nation can successfully duplicate any achievement that a person or nation succeeded in attaining. I am sure that Africa and other economically backward countries, that are sometimes referred to as third world…
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