Thursday, 1 September 2016
Scott Ashley with an editorial on the Feast of Tabs.
Scott Ashley again with the lead article on "real leadership" (fitting in with the scary cover art). Alas, I'm not convinced Scott is much of an expert on this subject.
Tom Robinson stirring the pot on "The Immigration Threat."
Darris McNeely posturing as an instant expert on Brexit. Oh how exciting, Darris has it all tied in with prophecy. How unique!
Jerold Aust with a inspirational piece on "God's Greatest Miracle". Somehow he works his way from photosynthesis to the God Family.
Steve Myers on the Feast of Tabernacles.
Dear old Mario Seiglie with another festival article. Who'd have thought this was a festival issue with a cover like that!
Darris is back with a few thoughts about wise and foolish virgins in the parable.
Some anonymous dude writing on "Amazing Examples of Prophecies Already Fulfilled". I wouldn't want my name on that article either.
Peter Eddington on low fuel in the gas tank. I couldn't be bothered to even skim this one, but I'll put a dollar on it being some kind of cheap metaphor.
Now brethren, do we notice anything here? Where are the articles by women? None. Not even a token women writing about something fluffy like the joy of flower arrangement for Sabbath services. Just when you thought the old fellows in the UCG were catching up with the 1980s (obviously the 2010s are way beyond them) they pull out a 100% chest-pounding old boy issue. Guys, guys, guys, time to retire. And to make it worse, still no women listed in the staff box.
Can we all say "misogynist" together?
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James 1:27 TRUE religion that God finds acceptable is taking care of those in need and keeping yourself free from the corruption of the world. Where are the articles about reaching out to help others? Did I miss it? Old Testament Laws, prophetic speculations, social issues, but nothing on what their church is doing to make a difference in the lives of those who are hurting.
Oh, just stop complaining!
They have a woman on the cover, don't they?
There's just no more Good News at United any more.
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