Majority rules?

Majority rules? Majority rules? Who said majority rules? In the current global village, the world's most populated areas are not ruling much at all -– but for how much longer? It is rather incongruent that most western countries are so self consumed that we don't tend to share the spotlight […] Read more »

The evidence of life

The evidence of life The evidence of life "No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man." - Heraclitus I have made it a habit to always call my kids each night when I am away ministering so […] Read more »

Watch the media!

Watch the media! Watch the media! A Christian author whom I met recently, Victor Schlatter, wrote in his second book  'Showdown of the Gods',  "if you don't read the newspapers you are uninformed and if you do read the newspapers you are misinformed."  Another friend, NZ evangelist Barry Smith who […] Read more »

Science grapples with the Creator

Science grapples with the Creator Science grapples with the Creator "Ye men of Athens, I perceive in all things ye are too superstitious. For as I passed by, and beheld your devotions, I found an altar with this inscription, TO THE UNKNOWN GOD. Whom ye ignorantly worship, him declare I […] Read more »

Bureaucracy, or is it autocracy?

Bureaucracy, or is it autocracy? Bureaucracy, or is it autocracy? As I was being handed my last speeding ticket from a kindly officer of the law, I was simultaneously (internally) reviewing my emotional attitude toward the state policing system. Whether I feel I was dealt a fair hand or not […] Read more »

Door to door in Iraq

Door to door in Iraq Door to door in Iraq If the US offensive on Iraq enters Baghdad, US military planners must find strategies to overcome an enemy 'with the home-field advantage'. All of the state of the art weaponry in the world cannot do the dirty work of going […] Read more »

Globally troubled

Globally troubled Globally troubled President Mugabe of Zimbabwe It is true that what you focus on you tend to propagate -– eg. If you keep looking for bad news, you'll end up representing bad news wherever you open your mouth. But sometimes the overwhelming facts cannot be pushed aside, and […] Read more »

From the editor

From the editor From the editor Dear Friends The year is spinning past at an incredible pace -– and I'm sure most of us will be feeling the effects of the inevitable end of year stretch (our society tends to follow this pattern annually). We Smith's feel that this year […] Read more »