Faith, medicine and tragedy

Faith, medicine and tragedy Faith, medicine and tragedy The conviction of Jan and Debra Moorhead for the death of their six-month-old Caleb has thrown into the spotlight the relationship between state-responsibility, religion and medical treatment. Caleb's parents had erroneously believed that their sons weakening health could be remedied through herbal […] Read more »

Though our outward man perish…

Though our outward man perish... Though our outward man perish... The Press, Christchurch 4 May 2002 (quoted in part) -– "Growing old gracefully, dude -– Chilling though it may sound, at some point in your life you will awaken on an otherwise normal day and think, "I reckon I'd look […] Read more »

Lion Man – king of the jumble

Lion Man - king of the jumble Lion Man - king of the jumble Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi Readers of our newspaper will know that Australia and New Zealand are now part of South East Asia and with the Japanese economy collapsing daily, the new Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi has […] Read more »

The illusion of global warming

The illusion of global warming The illusion of global warming Can you believe it? New Zealand is going to sign the KYOTO Treaty and tie ourselves up completely. You know that it is quite frightening really that people in power go ahead with these ridiculous plans without really knowing what […] Read more »

Kissinger in the kaktus

Kissinger in the kaktus Kissinger in the kaktus Henry Kissinger We read in the book of Revelation 13:18 - "Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred three-score and six." […] Read more »

“Lobster and chips, please”

"Lobster and chips, please" Waiter, there's a chip in my lobster In an article taken from The Daily Telegraph, Sydney 29 April 2002 -– we read the following headline, "Waiter, there's a chip in my lobster!" We quote in part. "It's seafood complete with ready made chips -– but not […] Read more »

Did you know?

Did you know? Did you know? that Applied Digital Solutions are looking at the application of their Verichip technology in the financial world. In their press release on the 6th June we read the following: "...Since first announcing VeriChip last December, the company has referred to VeriChip's applications in the […] Read more »

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor Letters to the Editor Dear Andrew, In opening up the question of which Bible version is the best, I give you full marks for being a brave man. Any person who is familiar with our ministry knows full well that I am a King James man, […] Read more »

From the Editor

From the Editor From the Editor Dear Friends Thank you to all of you who have phoned, written or spoken with us in person as to your appreciation of the work of the Omega Times. My wife Saskia and I have been in the UK this month and really enjoyed […] Read more »