Latest Journal Out


The latest issue (print date September 29, 2009) of The Journal just came out.

Some of the main items had to do with CGI’s Ian Boyne being nationally honored as a journalist by the government in Jamaica, long discussions of UCG’s “block voting” policy, Thailand, the “W” in the name Herbert W. Armstrong,  numerous personal stories/opinions, Sabbath translations, and a listing of Feast of Tabernacles’ locations.

This issue has several items for and against unitarianism.  The Journal, in my view, has given that heresy too much coverage in the past several years.  The primary good that I have seen come out of it is that I have been able to sometimes glean some quotes which better helps me dispel the inaccurate positions that the unitarians hold.  Those interested in learning more may wish to read the article Was Unitarianism the Teaching of the Bible or Early Church?

The back page of The Journal had this item related to CEM’s Ron Dart:

WHITEHOUSE, Texas—Ron and Allie Dart, founders of Christian Educational ministries, were injured on their way to the CEM’s Feast site in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., in late September just before the festival, which begins the evening of Oct. 2. Mr. Dart, in an E-mail to friends, reported, “We will be fine.” He and Mrs. Dart visited a hospital emergency room and were quickly released. What happened?“I went to sleep at the wheel,” Mr. Dart reported, “and I hit a guard rail which spun the car around.” He said his sleep apnea could have been a contributing factor. He didn’t say where the accident occurred, but it must have been in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama or Florida.

The back page also mentioned the new book 2012 and the Rise of the Secret Sect.

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