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Essential reading on the historical context of moral issues with the Hebrew Bible: Thom Stark’s “Is God a Moral Compromiser?”:

I would argue that to be well informed, it is not simply a question of how much your read, but (more importantly) what you read. I know of some people that have extensive libraries in their houses and/or have studied various topics in-depth for many years, and yet are so drastically misinformed (or uninformed) on many of the topics that they have focussed upon. 2,206 more words

Religion

NEWS ANALYSIS: TOURISM IN PROTEST-RIDDEN ETHIOPIA IS HURTING; REVIVING IT WILL TAKE MORE THAN UNVEILING A LOGO

NEWS ANALYSIS: TOURISM IN PROTEST-RIDDEN ETHIOPIA IS HURTING; REVIVING IT WILL TAKE MORE THAN UNVEILING A LOGO

Fitsum Abera, Addis Standard, 27 March 2017

Last week on March 22, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, who also chairs the Ethiopian Tourism Transformation Council, officially introduced the Amharic version of Ethiopia’s new tourism logo ‘Ethiopia, Land of Origins’. 1,798 more words

Africa

Vaccine Holocaust explained by the Health Ranger

The Health Ranger | Published on Apr 26, 2016

In this powerful video, I explain the “Vaccine Holocaust” and how modern doctors, scientists and citizens are allowing a literal holocaust of mass death and suffering to take place right under their noses… just as happened in Germany during the rise of the Third Reich. 185 more words

Politics/Fascism

Toxic heavy metal debris found in vaccines

Natural News | March 27, 2017

The dangers of vaccines are real, yet most Americans refuse to believe this distressing fact. While the pharmaceutical industry, medical experts, and the government keep reassuring us that the shots are safe, real life cases and science are telling a different tale. 562 more words

UN Agenda 21/30

Nahimana's Government in Exile, a path to oblivion for Rwanda

By Vincent Gasana*

A Rwandan Catholic priest, a naturalised French citizen, declares, he is a President of a Rwandan Government in exile; so far so bemusing. 793 more words

Rwanda

forgotten tale of independence

**Trigger Warning**

chabish-ey March (26th March)
independence day
we celebrate

but let us not forget…
the systematic killing of our people
“Operation Lightsearch”
war crime/death squads infiltrating the streets of Dhaka, 105 more words

Public Health

Sweet Dreams

Ingoma Nshya is Rwanda’s first and only all women’s drumming troupe. Made up of women from both sides of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, the troupe offers a place of support, healing and reconciliation. 61 more words

Film