Man’s Source of Wisdom

By Dave Jean Louis Wisdom is often understood as a quality or trait obtained from life’s experiences. It is generally attributed to older members of society. However, occasionally a young person may be found and identified as an “old soul” – an expression which describes the young person’s mature demeanor and his/her acquired and demonstrated…






BE VIOLENT!

By Gil Defay Violent- vi·o·lent: ˈvī(ə)lənt/ adjective using or involving physical or verbal force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something. synonyms: brutal, vicious, savage, rough, aggressive, abusive, physically abusive, threatening, fierce, physical, wild, ferocious; More (especially of an emotion or unpleasant or destructive natural force) very strong or powerful. “violent dislike” synonyms:…






A Life Worthy of Appreciation

By Garine Allonce The world celebrates our heroes for their bravery. Our ancestors are recognized for paving the way. Scientists, pioneers, and innovators are acclaimed with awards and noble prizes. Athletes who compete valiantly receive their due fame with metals of honor. Musicians and artists are idolized. Presidents and world leaders fill library shelves with…






Non-denominational Church

“What is a non-denominational church?” “What do non-denominational churches believe?” Answer: This question really has several answers, and they can be either simple or complex. The simplest answer is that a non-denominational church is any church which is not part of a larger denomination. A denomination is a church organization that exercises some sort of authority…






LES ŒUVRES DE LA LOI ET LES ŒUVRES DE LA FOI

L’Expression ’’œuvres de la loi’’ Cette expression, utilisée par l’apôtre Paul dans le Nouveau Testament, essentiellement dénote l’observation ou la pratique de la loi de Moise. La pratique de la loi, dont le décalogue constituait la pièce centrale, devait s’effectuer sous trois aspects: un aspect moral, un aspect juridique et un aspect cérémoniel. L’aspect moral…