Posted in Evangeliblis

Gereja: Uskup Agung KL dilantik adalah “pilihan Allah”

A crowd of more than 12,000 people thronged the event at the church in Wan Azizah’s DUN constituency – see Hannah Yeoh’s tweet below.

Julian Leow Beng Kim said it was “with humility and meekness that [he] accept this appointment as the fourth Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur”. Continue reading “Gereja: Uskup Agung KL dilantik adalah “pilihan Allah””

Posted in Evangelis

Kalimah Allah bukan isu, kata Uskop Paul Tan

Kalau dia orang yang nak, perkara itu “non-issue”. Kalau orang lain yang buat, ia akan dianggap isu besar.

Bagi Uskop Paul Tan untuk berkata “a non-issue really” membayangkan keangkuhan pemimpin gereja tersebut serta penganut-penganut Kristian yang sewaktunya. Mereka mengkehendaki orang lain mengikut landasan dan kayu ukur mereka tentang apa yang hak dan apa yang batil. Continue reading “Kalimah Allah bukan isu, kata Uskop Paul Tan”

Posted in Evangelis

Biskop Paul Tan kata Nasha pakai taktik Nazi

Mantan Menteri Penerangan Zainudin Maidin hari ini memblog:

“Lihat betapa DAP berjaya mengheret  gereja ke lembah politik dan paderi-paderi berada pada kedudukan yang difahami sebagai menyokong DAP. Ia adalah berpunca dari kenyataan Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang, Lim Guan Eng. Sekarang bukan sahaja Pas bermain politik tetapi juga DAP.”

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Posted in Lidah bercabang

The bishop’s back, siap dengan sidekick sekali

(1) Yang hentam Kristian itu ialah dungu

“Thus far, since the genesis of this phase of Christian bashing last May when a Christian plot to dethrone Islam was allegedly discovered in Penang to the Damansara Utama Methodist Centre controversy in August, this has been a story of plenty of smoke and no fire, of billowing fog and no facts behind it.”

– BISHOP PAUL TAN (laporan ‘Bishop raps Hasan over ‘talking Bible’
Nov 18 di Malaysiakini)

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Posted in DAP

Half-pregnant Pakatan and her piquant paradoxes

EXCERPT:

The new non-Muslim wing is the latest showcase of the new PAS.

“It is the most significant political development for us this year [June 2010],” said Dr Rayney Ali, a delegate from Kuala Lumpur.

Still the question that begs to be asked is why would anyone want to join PAS as a token member, with a limited role and without any voting rights in the party?

The non-Muslim members are not full-fledged members and cannot even vote in the party elections.

Non-Malays often complain they are treated as second-class citizens in this country, yet they do not seem to mind joining a party where they are basically second-class members.

Continue reading “Half-pregnant Pakatan and her piquant paradoxes”