Rediscovering Faith

Computing Forever talks about why he has returned to his Christian faith and links it to society, politics, philosophy and science. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/jcM4rdGWZKA

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141 Christians Arrested in Eritrea

It was when I had the audacity to mention that a Christian had been beheaded by a Muslim in ERITREA that my relative ceased all contact with me in a Shoot The Messanger kind of way. But Christians are persecuted not only by Muslims in Eritrea, but also by other Christians and the communistic state. … Continue reading 141 Christians Arrested in Eritrea

Greta – Prophetess of the Apocalypse

SWEDEN. Aron Flam has released an interview with Brendan O'Neil, who commited the crime of questioning this young prophetess. Did you know that Greta Thunberg almost cried when she held her speech at the European Parliament? Apperently that was what happened. My opinion on that vary from rolling my eyes at this overemotional child with … Continue reading Greta – Prophetess of the Apocalypse

Persecution against Christians x 3

There are new information about the church attack in Burkina Faso in which six people were killed. The congregation in Sirgadji village got the "choice" to convert to Islam at gunpoint. When the Christians refused they were shot behind the church. Forced conversion are in line with how Muhammed acted, this wonderful example of kindness … Continue reading Persecution against Christians x 3

The Lie of Feminism

SWEDEN. During the 1960s and 1970s the womens movement faught for womens right to take a part in the workforce. That sounds good, but as always it has a downside to it. Feminists isn't interested in women having the right to choose. Instead they want all women to go through a collective change into what … Continue reading The Lie of Feminism

Vietnamese Framework Built to Exclude Christians

VIETNAM. We've all heard how socialism will set us free from the rich oppressors and make us all equal, but that "freedom" only extend to those who follow the Party line. Christians among the minority Hmong people are stateless and lack basic human rights in communist Vietnam. Dr. Nguyen Dinh Thang has called on the … Continue reading Vietnamese Framework Built to Exclude Christians

Persecutions of Christians – week 10

International Christian Concern has documented at least 60 attacks by Boko Harams and Fulani Militias in Nigeria during February. A total of 205 people in the Middle Belt and northern Nigeria were killed. Boko Haram was responsible for 126 deaths and 83 of them were civilians (mostly in Borno State). Fulani militants were also responsible … Continue reading Persecutions of Christians – week 10

How to Survive the Swedish Church

SWEDEN. The Swedish title of this book is Konsten att överleva Svenska kyrkan and it's written by Helena Edlund who worked as a priest for 12 years. It's well known that the Swedish Church is heavily left leaning and that it's a very unhealthy workplace. And Helena gives the reader a look behind the scenes. … Continue reading How to Survive the Swedish Church

Persecution of Christians – week 9

On February 9 ten churches in a village in southern Ethiopia were attacked by local Muslims. One church was destroyed and the property of all ten of them was burned (it's believed that the other buildings were spared because of the risk that they would harm houses owned by Muslims close by). Some Christians got … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 9

How the Stasi Would Have Loved Them

UK. Below you can read a blog post by Michael Blackburn. He used to teach creative writing and English Literature at the University of Lincoln. But some tweets critizising feminism and "blaming Muslims for terror attacks" outraged the students and he has now left the university. It's unlikely that most of the students at our universities who … Continue reading How the Stasi Would Have Loved Them

Persecution of Christians – week 8

A church from the 1100s in Falköping, Sweden, was scrawled on. It was swastikas, the cross of St. Peter and the words Die Jew and Hitler. If the culprits are Nazis: why not go down to the mosque then? Do they expect to insult Jews in a Church? On February 11 a man by the … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 8

The Ideological Battle of Venezuela

VENEZUELA. I was listening to Aron Flams interview with journalist Annika Hernroth-Rothstein about her experiences in Venezuela. One day she met Kajsa "Ekis" Ekman there and she immediately started to lecture Annika to make sure she visited "the right" areas.  Worn down by the desperation of Venezuela and the sight of starving children told her that after reporting from several war zones she didn't need advise from someone wearing a thouroghly ironed dress from Burberry. Kajsa is a classic "red wine leftists" who live … Continue reading The Ideological Battle of Venezuela

The Lawyer Was a Communist

SWEDEN. Opinion Live is a debate show of sorts and since it's on SVT it's leaning heavily to the left. It has, as a majority of the shows on SVT, a tendency to invite lefties without presenting them as such. This Thursday they did it again. The debate was about ISIS-brides and Hanif Bali (M) … Continue reading The Lawyer Was a Communist

Persecution of Christians – week 7

Asia Bibi hasn't been able to leave Pakistan after all and a friend say that she is becoming increasingly frightened and frustrated with her uncertain future. Asia has been moved with her husband to a secret place in Karachi and is locked in a room all the time. The door only opens at meal time, … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 7

Persecution of Christians – week 6

On February 16 the election will be held in Nigeria and current president Buhari hope to be re-elected. He has made promises to free Leah Sharibu and to stop the Fulani Militia, but nothing has happened. The last news came in October. There is no updated status report on Leah and on February 19 she … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 6