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Archive for March, 2009

-Mexico Destroys 30 chapels Dedicated to ‘Saint Death’ of Drug Gangs

Friday, March 27th, 2009

(-Saint Death -‘Santa Muerte’ via Wikipedia)  Report: “Mexico City – Mexican federal authorities used bulldozers to bring down more than 30 chapels devoted to “Saint Death” – a figure that is worshipped by drug traffickers – in the northern city of Nuevo Laredo, the daily Reforma reported Wednesday.” ‘Saint Death’ – Santa Muerte is similar […]

-The Muslim Motivation for Martyrdom?

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

(-Image by lakerae via Flickr) So much of the Western world and particularly the elite media completely miss the religious motivating factors which cause young Muslims to end their lives blowing themselves and others up in one moment of desperate glory. Then the cameras turn to the ‘martyrs’ grieving family and catch them celebrating instead. […]

-Facebook Jihad: Muslims Hack Christian Site

Friday, March 13th, 2009

(-Image via Wikipedia) Found this on the Persecution blog, originally posted on Jihad Watch: Muslims hack “Christians on Facebook” site, change its name to “There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet” <<Read the rest on the main page>>            *Top  Related articles by Zemanta Egyptian Cleric to Obama: Convert to Islam (littlegreenfootballs.com) […]

-Tony Blair on the Marginalization of Christianity in the UK

Friday, March 6th, 2009

(-Picture by Getty Images via Daylife) Former Prime Minister Tony Blair recently spoke out about his faith and his concerns that Christianity is being marginalized in the increasingly secular UK. He is proposing that it is time for Christians to speak out in support of their faith. He admits that as Prime Minister he was […]

-NCC Church Membership Report for 2009: The Implications

Sunday, March 1st, 2009

<<Link to report for 2009>> According to the report, nearly every denomination of the top 25 in America and Canada either declined or recorded no change in membership during the last year. Only 4 saw increases and 2 were Pentecostal denominations:  Assemblies of God and Church of God of Cleveland, Tennessee. The other 2 were […]