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This week’s news commented by Simone Venturini (November 9-14, 2015)

An headband with a Bible verse
“Even the youths shall faint and be weary, and the young men shall utterly fall, but those who wait on the Lord will renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.” (Isaiah 40:30-31). A young boy runner who was disqualified from a state championship because he was wearing an headband with the Isaiah’s passage! We cannot complain if other young boys make terroristic acts such as that in Paris if we don’t permit that a teenage exhibit his faith!! (Read the article here)

One of the most ancient copies of the Hebrew Bible
On Dec. 22, a dozen treasures from the world’s most important private library of Hebrew books and manuscripts – collected by a London diamond dealer – will go on the auction block, including a Hebrew Bible from 1189, the only surviving dated Hebrew manuscript written before the Jews were expelled from England in 1290, Sotheby’s said. These are the Europe’s roots! (Read the article here)

The new album of Kirk Franklin
This is one of the things said by Franklin: “There’s a lot of people like me who the system never introduced to the love of God. Knowing God as a loving father is very foreign to them,” he told CP. “I think most people in mainstream America, they don’t know God. There’s always more picket signs [saying] ‘God hates gays’ or ‘God hates abortion.’ But when have you seen a picket sign that says ‘Jesus loves you?'” God doesn’t hate anybody because he is love … but whoever makes an abortion hates the life created by God! (Read the article here)

Spiritual need are more important than physical needs
As man, every one of us has needs. These needs can be divided into two parts: physical and spiritual needs. Unfortunately, all of us recognise our physical needs but not all of us recognise the spiritual needs. We should however note that the spiritual needs are more important than the physical. You may ask why? … Read here this very nice post of Edna Small who lives in Sierra Leone.

Noah’s Ark rebuilt
“Once Noah had built his ark, so the story goes, God gave him just seven days’ notice to load all the planet’s animals two by two into the vessel. The fauna of today’s world will be pleased, then, to hear that they have been given much more time to prepare their journey to the “full-scale” ark replica currently under construction in KentuckyThe modern-day ark will open in July 2016 in Williamstown in the north of the state, it was announced on Thursday.” This is a new endeavor of the geologists that read the Bible literally. The ark will be hosted inside “The Creation Museum” that “brings the Bible to life”, according to its website. But the life of the Bible is enclosed inside his letters and doesn’t match with its letters. (Read the article here)

Simone Venturini


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