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Posts with Tag: truth

by Steve Popoola on
In the last 10 years or so social media has become more and more popular. It was recently reported that around 3.4 billion people actively use social media. This figure accounts for about 45% of the world’s population. (We Are Social Report, January 2019)This massive number of users has given rise to the emergence of a crop of individuals knowns as social media influencers. These ‘influencers’ are people who have built a reputation for themselves with particular expertise on a special area or perceived to have knowledge of a certain subject matter. As a result of their expertise, people look up to them and keenly pay attention to what these influences have to say about a specific topic or subject. Some people become influencers by virtue of...
by Steve Popoola on
Jesus stood before Pilate in the judgment hall.  Pilate had interrogated Jesus without so much as a response. He wondered why Jesus had remained non-committal in spite of all the accusations being flung at him by the Jews.

 

He wondered why this man would not defend himself in spite of the glaring loopholes in the evidence brought against him. Pontius Pilate was not only a ruler, he was also a judge who had presided over many cases and it was easy for him to see that there no case against Jesus that amounted to treason.

 

I can just imagine the scene if the trial was being held in our present day. Lawyers will be falling over themselves to defend Jesus. However, this was one accused person who did not seek to be released.  He was being tried, not for His own sins, but...
by Rubel Shelly on
Truth-telling seems to have gone by the boards of late.

Over the past few decades, college professors and best-selling authors have been found guilty of blatant plagiarism. Journalists have been exposed for writing stories from interviews they had with people they never met at places they've never been. There are periodic reports from major universities of students being expelled for printing term papers off the Internet and offering them as their work.



A turbulent American economy traces more directly to a fundamental lack of honesty among people in the financial markets than to terrorism. Investment firms urged their brokers to dump poor-performing stocks on trusting buyers. Top officers at major companies used "creative accounting" to pursue their greedy goals - and...
Steve Popoola
Steve Popoola is the editor of Biblepraise Newsletter and the founder of the Biblepraise Fellowship Online. He lives in Kent, United Kingdom, where he works as an IT Professional. He serves currently as a Worship Leader in his local church and on occasion, speaks at invited events.