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  • Sabbath and Sunday
    Rev. Dr. Ezamo Murry Each of these two holy days is important to the two Judeo - Christian faiths – Judaism and Christianity. The command to observe Sabbath is one of the Decalogue. It was given as a day of complete rest, a day of no work and no…
  • Sunday for the Health Professionals
    Dr. Viu Meru   “And on the seventh day God ended His work which He had done, and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had done. Then God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it, because in it He rested from all His work which…
  • Coffee Shop on Sunday
    Lichan Humtsoe   My dad was a police his entire life and had to work on Sundays, Christmas, Mothers’ Day, Fathers’ Day, Good Friday, etc. Same goes with my sister who works in the hospital attending to sick people even on Sundays, and growing up…
  • Sabbath-keeping: A life-giving practice
    Rev. Dr. Ellen K. Jamir Sabbath-keeping or observing Christian Sunday or “the day of the Lord,”is an important practice for those of us who profess to be believers or Christians. It is a practice that has taken various forms in the course of our…
  • EASTER - THE POWER OF POWERLESS
    Rev. Dr. Wati Longchar   Easter is a day of great jubilation and it is the most important event in the Christian calendar. It is the day when God in Christ decisively revealed that in Jesus we have become conquerors in our battle against sin,…
  • The Sanctity of Sunday and Monday Morning Worship
    Rev. Dr. Chekrovei Cho-o   Prologue: “Sunday Closure” in Dimapur has been a topic of debate as well as a matter of practical confusion among the Christians without any concrete conclusion thus far. This article is not a solution either but a…
  • Sabbath Conversation: The Early Naga Christians
    Dr. Joshua Lorin Oriental Theological Seminary   The transference of the concept of “biblical Sabbath” (the seventh day) to “Sunday” (the first day of the week) with all its allegiances, prerogatives, and embargoes is the work of history.…
  • Molly Of Denali And The Power Of Indigenous Representation
    Molly Of Denali And The Power Of Indigenous Representation
    This PBS cartoon is the first of its kind in the history of the United States    Kaitlin Curtice  Sojourners A few days ago, I gathered with my two Potawatomi sons on our couch to watch Molly of Denali, a cartoon that recently premiered on PBS…
  • Is the World's Next Missions Movement in Ethiopia?
    Is the World's Next Missions Movement in Ethiopia?
    Ethiopian churches no longer want to be on the receiving end of the Great Commission     Jack Bryan Christianity Today    After Italy invaded Ethiopia in 1935, Western missionaries fled or were forced to leave. Among them were the first two…
  • Naga Christianity: Holy Mess vs Holy Mass
    Naga ChristianityNaga Christianity is a kettle of fish. A turbulent voyage it is. Intellectualism stirs the calm sea of orthodoxy; as galaxies of secular worldviews storms and challenges the pure ethos of the Bible; as west wind of change of…
  • AUTHENTIC SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE
    -How do I know my spiritual experience is authentic?-   Today there is much talk about spiritual experiences and people are interested in the supernatural and spiritual things.  While this hunger is good, it is also dangerous because it elevates…
  • Satanism in Nagaland: Putting it into Perspective
    The boy screeched howling and yowling, “Lucifer is my king” facing the sky. He scratched the floor as hard as a wolf leaving the prints of claws as though of X-Men, yet not a scrape on his fingers or nails. He yelled in hoot and holler, bumping and…
  • Faith Vs Reason
    The popular misconception is that faith is opposed to reason.   And so we think that if our faith is to increase, our reason must take a break.  We often mistakenly think that we must fully exercise faith in God without questioning because…
  • Study theology out of Nagaland: DOING IT RIGHT OR WRONG
    The scope, ‘out of Nagaland’ here would mean mainland India. At first glance, this write up may seem extraneous and irrelevant in the popular populace. I would plea, linger longer, you won’t regret to know what you will read, it can save a life (…
  • The Naga who taught Billy Graham Servant-hood
    Lately, I was musing on the thought of Servant-hood. The idea to be an ideal in this virtue itched in me and the impulse pulsed all over my heart. Latterly, the idea got nailed with an incident while travelling in the suburbs of the city, Bangalore…
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