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Steven Gerrard's Retirement & The End Of The Roy Of The Rovers Era

Steven Gerrard’s retirement from international football will lead to a predictable plethora of praise from fans, managers and his colleagues in the England national team. Any number of talking heads will pop up on television screens and radio programmes to pay tribute to Gerrard’s tireless running, spectacular shooting and never-say-die attitude and remind us that the England team will be poorer without him. 2,144 more words


What happens to people who have never heard the gospel when they die?

One of the most difficult questions for Christians to answer, especially when posed by adherents of other religions, is the question of what happens to those who have never heard of Jesus? 808 more words


Hey, Weird Al: Congratulations on Not Having a Language Disorder!

Oh boy. It’s no fun to be The Guy Who Takes Umbrage at a Novelty Song. So let me start by saying that, all things considered, I couldn’t be happier about “Weird Al” Yankovic’s recent viral resurgence.  772 more words


Jesus, the Christ, peace be upon him

Jesus is the Christ, the messiah, the son of God (like many other righteous men/women), He believe in one God, God the father, who is the creator of all. 100 more words


Empty Tomb

Christians argue that Jesus had been resurrected because the tomb was empty.

Was it the case? Here is the narrative from the NT:

You and I are living in Jerusalem around the time of Jesus’ death. 206 more words



Why doesn’t the religious right rail against divorce? Jesus preaches against it in Matthew 19:3-9. Not a peep from religious right. No calls for a constitutional amendment banning divorce. 34 more words

Mister Mark!