Sep 5th, 2013
(II) The Self-Colonizing Mission: Names for Collective Identity By Yosief Ghebrehiwet There is a method to the Eritrean madness of the past 50 years, and the alien naming mania that is surfacing all over Eritrea summarizes for us that madness rather neatly in a methodological way. The c...
Jan 3rd, 2013
BY Justine John DYIKUK While all around the world of Christendom (Christians and their friends) were enthusiastically awaiting the yuletide celebration for 2012, one Mr. Eferovo Igho was clandestinely preparing an unpalatable meal to serve God’s children on Boxing Day. Vanguard of 26, December offer...
Dec 15th, 2012
By Robele Ababya Ethiopia is one of the first countries in the world to accept Christianity in 330 AD welcoming the advent of preaching the New Testament to enrich the Old Testament that was in place. She was also the first country in the world where a Christian Emperor gave refuge to Muslims in 615 ...
Aug 8th, 2012
Shane Claiborne, a popular pacifist evangelical, recalled the 67thanniversary of Hiroshima by quoting the pacifist remarks of a Catholic priest who, having served as a chaplain in the Pacific during World War II, 40 years later regretted his military service. “I never preached a single sermon against...
In Middle East
Mar 20th, 2012
While American progressives remain in high dudgeon over a woman’s “right” to “free” government-provided contraception, a genuine woman’s rights issue has been unfolding in Morocco. In Larache, near the city of Tangiers, 16-year-old Amina Filali committed suicide after she was forced by a judge to mar...