“Umbrella” – The Occult Masonic Connection

By Roger Marshall* “If music is used outside of God’s intent, i.e., to promote sex, violence and the occult, it can tear down the very fabric of a society.” 1 Christian News review “Pop music is sex and you have to hit them [teenagers] in the face with it” 2 Andrew Oldham, manager of the […]

The Roots and Fruits of the New Apostolic Reformation

By Bob DeWaay “So then you are no longer strangers and aliens, but you are fellow citizens with the saints, and are of God’s household, having been built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus Himself being the corner stone” (Ephesians 2:19, 20). This article explores the idea of apostles in the […]

Cruel Options for Afrocentrist Critics of Christianity

By Rev. Clinton Chisholm Those Afrocentrists who assert (often without supporting evidence) that the ancient Hebrews derived their major doctrines from Egypt arising from the Hebrews’ collective presence in Egypt for over 400 years cannot easily go on to raise questions on the reality of the biblical exodus. If an Afrocentrist critic of the Judaeo-Christian […]

Afrocentrism: Freedom from Mental Slavery or Bondage to a Faulty Worldview?

By Roger Marshall* Between 3.5 million to 250,000 years ago, deep in the humid jungles of south to central Africa, black people were the first humans to evolve from ape-like creatures classified by today’s paleoanthropologists as the Australopithecines (i.e.” Southern apes”) such as Australopithecus afarensis (a.k.a. “Lucy”), Australopithecus robustus, Australopithecus africanus etc. After close and […]

Is African-Egyptian Religion the True Doctrinal Source of the Judaeo-Christian Faith?

By Rev. Clinton Chisholm* In our exchange this evening it is important to remember the value of supporting evidence for allegations made, in other words we all have to prove the assertions we make. Our friends will be proposing a basic thesis for which they will provide supportive arguments and evidence in proof of that […]

African Crossroads and Responsible Reading

By Rev. Clinton Chisholm My friend Dr. Ikeal Tafari has written two pieces in [the Nation] newspaper raising questions on the historical roots of Israel. Unfortunately the main source he seems to be drawing on is Gary Greenberg’s book The Bible Myth: African Origins of the Jewish People. I say unfortunately because Greenberg (whose work […]

Freemasonry: Spiritual Wickedness in High Places

By Roger Marshall* Freemasonry is defined as “a peculiar system of morality, veiled in allegory (stories or pictures etc. that represent one thing but mean something else) and illustrated by symbols.” Why are the Masons called “masons” when the men who make up the organisation are by and large not masons by trade? Furthermore, why […]


The Uniqueness of Jesus Christ

Any attempt to advance a case for the uniqueness (or ‘one-of-a-kindness’) of Jesus Christ is problematic. Problematic, not only because of the need to delve into comparative religion and literature (for which exercise we scarcely have time or space) but because the view abounds amongst some scholars that if there was a historical Jesus Christ […]