The Lovers and The Search

The Lovers and The Search

Why New Covenanters See God in Everything   Colin MacIntyre Part 1: Why New Covenanters See God in Everything Sometime around the fall of AD 50 or early 51, a lone figure stands before a group of Stoic and Epicurean men atop a hill devoted to Ares, the god of war. Having recently escaped prison […]

Christian Youth and Media

Liba Hopeson   The postmodernists postulate that there is no objective or absolute truth. To them truth is always relative to some particular frame of reference, such as a language or a culture. A postmodernist view the world outside of themselves as being in error, that is, other people’s truth becomes indistinguishable from error. Therefore, […]

On Slogans and Solas

Kethoser Aniu Kevichusa   Slogans have great power. They capture truths and captivate lives. There are five slogans that encapsulate the great principles of the Reformation movement. Faithful adherents of the Reformation are bound by, and bind themselves to, these five pillars. In the 500th anniversary year of the Reformation, it is appropriate to revisit […]

VALUES

(A Sermon prepared for Nagaland Baptist Church Council Youth Day of Prayer) Rev. Vikuo Rhi, Youth Secretary, NBCC   Values are standards of one’s behaviour need to live out as salt and light to people around us. It cannot be measured with any amount of money or materials. Our life values are far beyond cost […]

Looking behind the Cross and the Post Calvary Commission

Kaka D. Iralu For over 2000 thousand years, mankind has been only looking at the frontal part of the cross at Calvary. An indeed man cannot be blamed for looking so because grace forgiveness and everlasting life radiates from that front part of the cross into a world of darkness, evil and eternal death. Man […]

Easter: The Triumph of Truth and Life

Fr. T. C. Joseph Sdb Bosco B.Ed. College, Dimapur   Christianity was born in the grave. A plant that sprouts in the fire does not fade in the sunlight; and that which is born in the tomb does not disintegrate at death. Easter powerfully proclaims: “you can put truth in a grave, but it won’t […]

HE ROSE AGAIN!

“Alleluia, alleluia! Christ, our paschal lamb has been sacrificed. Let us, therefore, celebrate the festival. Alleluia! (1 Cor 5:7b-8a) Rev. Fr. C. Joseph Counsellor, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   Many people don’t view their life in the context of eternity. They see their existence as limited to what is experienced through the physical body. Once […]

EASTER: A JOURNEY FROM DEATH TO LIFE

Rev. Fr. Gwayhunlo Lawrence Khing Kohima   This is Easter where life has conquered death…. Easter is a movable feast which is celebrated between 22ndMarch and 25th April. The word, EASTER embodies many pre-Christian traditions, yet scholars accept the derivation proposed by the 8th century English Scholar, St. Bede. They believed that the word comes […]

Neo-Orthodoxy: Karl Barth

He revived orthodoxy when mere moralism and humanism had seemingly won over the theological world   Mark Galli   “The gospel is not a truth among other truths. Rather, it sets a question mark against all truths.” Karl Barth (pronounced “bart”) not only said this, he spent his life setting question marks, in the name […]

Examining Religions and the Reason for Civil Discourse

Ravi Zacharias | RZIM.ORG   “It was years ago when I was speaking at an openly and avowedly atheistic institution that I was fascinated by a questioner who asked what on earth I meant by the term God. The city was Moscow; the setting was the Lenin Military Academy. The atmosphere was tense. Never had […]