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WHY I BELIEVE THE TITHE IS UNBIBLICAL
The Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias told an interesting story of a man who woke up one fine morning and declared to his wife and kids, “I think I’m dead.” At first they thought it was a joke but as he kept repeating it, his family felt they had to get ...
Of the President's nomination, human rights, homosexual rights and my problem with Nana Oye Lithur
Recently the President, John Mahama, nominated Nana Oye Lithur, a lawyer and a human rights activist (whatever that means) as Minister-designate for the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection. The nomination caused quite a stir in Ghanaian society with some members of the public calling on Parliament to reject ...
What The World's Religions Can Teach Our Political Parties In Ghana
Recent events in Mali give us a lot of food for thought, especially since we are going to the polls at the end of the year to select a party to govern the country for the next four years. Governance is serious business and political parties take the electoral process ...