Once the enemy of Christianity when Russia was Rothschild’s USSR, Russia has now removed Rothschild in 2006 and has now positioned itself as the hope of persecuted Christians.
The representative of the Russian Orthodox Church has told Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin this week of the urgent situation Christians are facing around the world in persecution hot spots, and has asked him to use his power to aid their situations.
RT online reported that Metropolitan Hilarion, foreign relation chief of the Russian Orthodox Church presented evidence and statistics that stated, “Every five minutes one Christian was dying for his or her faith in some part of the word.”
It usually loads to 42 seconds on the timeline before play ~ thats the grey line not the red line.
According to worldwide statistics, atheism is in decline, according to a study done by the Center for the Study of Global Christianity at the Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts. It reveals that Christianity is displacing atheism in many parts of the world. Atheists made a whopping 4 percent of the world’s population in 1970, then just 2 percent in 2010, and will drop to 1.8 percent by 2020.
The places with the most rapid Christian growth are “atheist” countries, where religious practice has been either forbidden or severely restricted, such as in China. As people are given a little more freedom and means, they are turning towards the Christian Truth and away from the secular atheism of their government.
However, atheists are keen to point out that their numbers are rising. It is true that the aggregate number of atheists is on the rise, which is a natural occurrence as population increases, however, that rise is not keeping pace with freedom.
As people in Russia and China become free to express their religious beliefs, many of them are becoming Christians and are displacing atheists as dominant majorities in those regions. Many of those people, once counted among the atheists, were never really atheists at all. Catholics Online
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The new year will be brighter only if everyone steps outside their safe havens, gets involved and works together to solve local problems with generosity and love, Pope Francis said.
As 2013 comes to a close, let everyone ask God for forgiveness and thank him for his patience and love, the pope said as he presided over a Dec. 31 evening prayer service in St. Peter’s Basilica.
The breaking news of Sir James ‘Jimmy’ Wilson Vincent Savile, OBE, KCSG an English disc jockey, television presenter, media personality and charity fundraiser exposed as a paedophile child molester ‘apparently’ sent shock waves through the so called ‘British’ Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). However, once the word was out the story seems to be evolving.
Scotland Yard is leading the current investigation into accusations of abuse by the deceased former BBC DJ and presenter Savile, which was around 300 victims but has risen by 150 only recently. This is startlingly familiar to earlier British police investigations in the 1990’s. For example operation Ore was an investigation officially began in 1999 using information received from US law enforcement.
It was intended to prosecute thousands of users of a website reportedly featuring child pornography although British police already had a project in operation named Arundel which blended into operation Ore and later extended to operation Radium.