Tithing in the New Testament and the Christian Church, by Angel Rodríguez, former Director of the Biblical Research Institute: “Is there any evidence to the effect that [early] Christians supported the gospel ministry through their tithes?” Dr. Angel Rodríguez faces this important question in order to reveal the biblical basis for the practice of tithing … Sigue leyendo Free e-Book (PDF) “Tithing in the New Testament and the Christian Church”
A few weeks ago, I was asked by my friend Karl Denteneer to read and review a new released book by Reinder Bruinsma. At first sight, the title is really attracting Facing Doubt, but yet too general until you read the sub-title: “A book for adventist believers 'on the margins'.” Best chosen subtitle. I have … Sigue leyendo FACING DOUBT, a review of the book #ReinderBruinsma #FacingDoubt
These days I rereaded Psalm 143. In these verses we see a suffering person complaining to God. At the beginning of the Psalm we see that the author recognizes that, even if it is true that he has problems, he might be, at least partially, responsible of the situation. That's why we read: "Do not bring your servant into … Sigue leyendo Why God’s honor will help you to get out of the pit?
There's a symbolic clock set up by a group of scientists, who signals how far are we from the doomsday. Since Donald Trump initiated his presidency, gaining control on the "red button", many have panicked, even more every time his plume touches on a decree. The scientists responsible of this doomsday clock are not different from us. Many news … Sigue leyendo “It’s two and a half minutes to midnight”
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This month’s news is Greece and its possible exit from Euro currency. Without going into economic politics, I am struck by the style of leadership. Populism is making its way on the international scene disguising what already exists. Promises that appeal to many and afterwards can not be met, or just won’t be met. Opportunities … Sigue leyendo The devaluation of the opportunity and populism
We have heard in the last few weeks horrible news: the biggest humanitarian tragedy in the Mediterranean Sea and Nepal earthquake. European governments have reacted in very different ways in each case, making political and military decisions in the first, and giving charity to the second. In Nepal the earthquake wasn’t the problem, but the … Sigue leyendo Double standard