Category: Religion

Sunday Worship Service July 5, 2020

Sunday Worship Service July 5, 2020

  Sunday Worship Service – July 5, 2020 (ECWA Wuse II Media)   2nd Sunday Worship Service – July 5, 2020 (ECWA Wuse II Media)   LIVE – Church is Back Sunday Worship Service (ECWA Central Area)    

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Sunday Worship Service June 21, 2020

Sunday Worship Service June 21, 2020

  ECWA Sunday Online Service | June 21, 2020 (ECWA English Mushin)   Sunday Worship Service | June 21, 2020 (ECWA Wuse II Media)   2nd Sunday Worship Service | June 21, 2020 (ECWA Wuse II Media)     Children’s Church [Preschoolers] | June 21, 2020 (ECWA Wuse II Media)   Children’s Church [Preteens/Jnr Teens] | June 21, 2020 (ECWA […]

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Secularist: 1846, one who theoretically rejects and ignores all forms of religion based on revelation (Pinterest)

Was Jesus a Secularist?

Did Jesus legitimize the concept of a secular state? Many people, including well-intentioned Christians in today’s polite society, seem to think so. The “proof-text” they point to is Christ’s famous retort in St. Matthew’s Gospel, “render unto to Caesar that which is Caesar’s, but render unto God that which is God’s.” Yet a closer examination, especially of the Old Testament […]

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Sunday Worship Service, May 24, 2020

Sunday Worship Service, May 24, 2020

Sunday Service At ECWA Faith Arena Kukwaba, May 24, 2020      Worship Session by: ECWA Seminary Church Jos Band     The Supremacy of God: Ways God is Superior. Church Online with Rev Jeremiah M. Gado 24th May 2020     French Online Service with Rev. Joshua Yakubu. 24th May 2020     Rayuwa Harbin Iska with Rev. […]

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World map color-coded to denote religion affiliations of the majority population in each country (WikiCommons 2011).png

What Are The World’s Major Religions?

There are about 4,300 religions of the world. Nearly 75 per cent of the world’s population practices one of the five most influential religions of the world: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. Christianity and Islam are the two religions most widely spread across the world. These two religions together cover the religious affiliation of more than half of the […]

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James vs. Paul: Salvation by Grace or Works?

James vs. Paul: Salvation by Grace or Works?

Am I saved by faith or good works? “For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God…” Ephesians 2:8 In order to be saved we must believe in Jesus and dedicate our lives to following Him. Salvation is based upon faith alone (Galatians 3:6, 7). But then […]

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The First Christians

Who is the first Christian?

This a fascinating question. Very much like asking, who was the first human, first scientist, first lawyer or first anything, when you think about it. Seriously. For some endeavors or accomplishments, we can develop a precise answer. Thus we know that Yuri Gagarin was the “first person in space,” Neil Armstrong was the “first person to set foot on the […]

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Carl Jung - As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being.

The Spiritual Problem of Modem Man

The spiritual problem of modern man is one of those questions which are so much a part of the age we live in that we cannot see them in the proper perspective. Modern man is an entirely new phenomenon; a modern problem is one which has just arisen and whose answer still lies in the future. In speaking of the […]

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The Elders of Israel Demand a King. - 1st Samuel 8:5

Who were the seventy elders of Israel?

Elders in the Old Testament were men chosen to lead because of their wisdom, leadership abilities, and proven integrity. Israel had elders even before God delivered the nation from Egyptian slavery, but we don’t know how many there were. God sent Moses to appeal to those elders for support before he went to Pharaoh (Exodus 3:16). Each of the twelve […]

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Charles II (1630-1685) and the English Restoration

The English Restoration Has Begun

Something is stirring in England. It’s not much. A still, small voice of calm whispering in the dark. Prayers ascending like incense. A rekindled faith. No, it’s not much. Merely a mustard seed. It won’t be noticed by most people. It will go unheeded by the dead men milling around satanically in what remains of England’s once green and pleasant […]

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