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Jun 2018

The ‘Word of Fath’ movement, also referred to by its critics as ‘name it and claim it’, is not a denomination and does not have a formal organisation or a recognisable hierarchy. It is heavily influenced by pastors such as Kenneth Copeland, Benny Hinn, Creflo Dollar, and the late Jan and Paul Crouch, amongst other notable preachers. This doctrine is known primarily for its emphasis on the pursuit of health and wealth, both of which can be obtained through ‘positive confession’ and/or ‘acts of faith’ (such as donating money or in more......

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True prosperity is spiritual!

On Christian broadcasting networks and unfortunately even in some churches, we hear much about the ‘Prosperity Gospel’. Only very recently, the famous TV Evangelist and larger-than-life personality, Jesse Duplantis, is asking his followers for...


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Christians and Ramadan.

We are now in the fasting month of Ramadan where Muslims around the world including British advocates of the faith enter a 30 day period. This period consists of fasting, praying, trying to live...


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Spiritual fitness: A must!

In the previous blog, I wrote at length about how having a good physical health-life balance was Godly, in terms of what we eat, drink and how much exercise we do. The emphasis was...


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