Retrieving some older articles previously placed on Multiply

Screenshot – Windows Live Spaces layout as of July 2007

A few years back, on the MSN Groups I wrote some articles and responded to certain articles of others. Hereof there is nothing to find back. Even from the Messenger or Microsoft Life and MSN Spaces (Windows Live Spaces) there is nothing but from the subsequent transferee Multiply I did have some postings.

bijbelvorsers Multiply Welkomstpagina 2010 + 16 Nov. 16 16.01

What happened in 2011 in Norway may perhaps be forgotten by many and be considered old hat. Yet you about the next few weeks you may find something about it from my old Multiply article “Fundamentalisme en religie” = “Fundamentalism and religion.” Since 9/11 that fundamentalism has strongly come into the spotlight and can no longer knock away from the goggle. Especially the Islamic Jihad is daily hunted down our throats. But in doing so we must not forget that there are certain religious groups that also go beyond their booklet by wanting to impose on others certain things they believe in.

In earlier articles, placed on my Multiply site, we can see how others would be silenced. Fortunately they do not always manage to silence others who wanted to talk about their faith, as the preachers of the Word of Jehovah that are viewed obliquely in many countries. In the article “Victory for French JWs” > “Overwinning voor Franse Jehovah Getuigen” we see the consequences of non recognition by the state, and we know the difficulties that this “truth preachers” still frequently encounter.

A complete edition of the Talmud Bavli

Those Jehovah’s Witnesses frequently refer to Scriptures that are dismissed by most people as outdated books. But citizens should realize that those old books contain a lot of wisdom and give us a picture of what is yet to happen. Many people, who do call themselves Christians, often forget to consult the Book of books. However, the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures, Jewish Talmud and Mishah or Mishnah (Jewish Law) repeatedly refer to Jesus of Nazareth, his ignominious death, and they tell us the story of the Chosen People of God, the retribution of the death and the possible salvation of mankind. Among others therefore I like to reinsert the article “Vertrouwelijke geschriften” = “Confidential writings” from 2011.

Bijbelvorsers Multiply Oct 2010 Blogpage Nov. 16 16.04In October 2010 the issued article “Naamsverandering voor het behoud van vrede” = “Changing the name of the preservation of peace” should certainly not fail in the list because the name change that many deemed brought a glare for the general population.
It may be strange how throughout history they wanted to distort and even remove two names out of the people’s memory. By the change of the name of the two figures or by placing their name by their tittle many people also became confused and the figures were taken one for the other. Until today, there are still a lot of Christians who regard the two different personalities as one and the same.
The mistaken identity and strange twists that theologians attributed to that person change and various doctrines imposed on the people, because those people otherwise would not understand this transformation anyway.

I do hope several readers can find some interesting reading material in this otherwise lost articles.


Dutch version / Nederlandse versie: Plaatsing van oudere artikelen


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