For a long time the Seven Valley Church was a stronghold for the Christian faith in Korea, but during the Korean War tragedy struck. At that time many Christians took refuge in the church when it was deliberately bombed by US forces, and as a result many lost their lives.
Month: Jan 2016
Kim Jong Un Inspects the Korean People’s Army Fisheries Division
in Jong Un stated that the key to good harvests of fish was the application of advanced technology and progressive methods.
Racist Daily Mail Wrong about North Korea
In 2013 the (rightwing) British media (falsely) reported that the government of North Korea legally limits the number of hairstyles available to men and women to just twenty eight. The number of twenty-eight was said to be the number by which Socialism can resist the onslaught of Capitalism. According to the (rightwing) Daily Mail and City Metro newspapers (21.2.2013), pictures of haircuts on a barbershop wall in North Korea – eighteen for women and ten for men – are the product of DPRK legislation limiting the hairstyles that North Korean citizens can choose.
Ancient Theology Debunked by Buddha
It is clear that Chris White wishes to subsume secular science into the teachings of Christian theology and in so doing end secular science serving as an ‘independent’ threat (and corrective) to the illogical claims of Christian theology. This agenda can be clearly seen in his three hour debunking of Ancient Aliens – where the last thirty minutes or so are taken-up establishing a pro-Christian theological stance that is in structure more logically bizarre than the pseudo-science he had previously been debunking.
The Agency of Disagreement
Education regarding the outer world, and an appreciation of the workings of the inner world are required if the average individual is to maximise the benefit of the human tendency toward the development and advancement of evolutionary knowledge.
Pytheas – the Greek Explorer who Discovered Britain
In around 304 BCE Pytheas set sail from Massalia with the intention of exploring the seas west of the European landmass. In so doing Pytheas became the first Greek to visit and sail around Britain. He discovered that Ireland lay further west of Britain, and that Norway was to the north of Britain.