Monthly Archives: June 2016

It’s the Holy Spirit who convicts of truth

If people want to know about God, they should read the Scriptures. The Scriptures is the revealed will of God. What “God said” is all in the Scriptures. Does that mean that God doesn’t speak to us apart from Scriptures? … Continue reading

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An alternative view to long-held Christian beliefs

I just finished reading Dallas Willard’s The Divine Conspiracy, and I  would recommend it to everyone who is open to digging deeper into some of the truths of the Bible. It was a book that was personally self-affirming because it approaches … Continue reading

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The need to see through the political game

There was this article recently that said that over eight in 10 respondents on a Twitter poll said they support the implementation of hudud in Malaysia. The week-long survey was conducted by Asia’s top debater, Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman, and it … Continue reading

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Why is MCA shouting itself hoarse?

I am just wondering why the MCA (Malaysian Chinese Association), the Chinese-based partner in the ruling Barisan Nasional government, is reacting so hysterically over PAS president Datuk Seri Hadi Awang’s Private Member’s Bill to enhance punishments under Syariah law for … Continue reading

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