St Paul’s Letter To The Church At Rome

As the saying goes, all politics is native, and in lots of instances it boils down to at least one person attempting to convince another of their standpoint. Nevertheless, the story of the past sixty years or so, ever for the reason that founding of the United Nations with all its shortcomings and glories, the mergence of nation-states in large parts of Africa and Asia from the clutches of colonialism and imperialism, the story of the majority of human inhabitants to rise from the ashes of the big burden of the past in its varying and suppressive legacy of the past, to look forward to a greater life, is a pointer to the necessity for assigning dignified human rights to a democratically functioning state.

Among the many British establishments transplanted to America are the county and the city, along with the principal native government officials such because the councilman, the … Read More

Politics in the Church of God Prevents Progress

Many Sabbath-keeping Church of God members (various groups and organizations associated to one degree or another with Herbert W. Armstrong) are sincerely opposed to offering any Church of God literature or religious material for sale, since Herbert Armstrong taught us to “buy the truth and sell it not.” However, such Church of God members should remember that Mr. Armstrong later permitted his books to be made available for sale in bookstores, informing the brethren and co-workers in a letter dated September 12, 1985:

“There is a very large audience which would never request this book [Mystery of the Ages] if offered free – who would never send their name and address to us – but would gladly buy a copy in the bookstore. By putting it in the bookstores we will reach a very great audience that we can reach in no other way. We will not sell … Read More