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  • 01:50

    Watch and Pray: The Ecumenical Movement

    in Christianity

    Jesus told us to Love one another and he prayed that we should all be one.  Does this command have any boundaries?  Do all we need as believers is to beileve on Jesus and all of the rest will sort itself out?  These are times in which much is changing very quickly.  It is important that we understand the times and seasons that we are in.  The Apostle John called his days the last days.  How much nearer to that being a reality must we be?  

  • 00:51

    The Ecumenical Catholic Communion

    in Religion

    In today's broadcast Bishop Peter Elder Hickman will be explaining the emergence of a new expression of a very ancient Catholic Tradition called the Ecumenical Catholic Communion. In September of 2003 there was a gathering of consciensious Catholic Christians from eleven Catholic communities, independent of Papal jurisdiction, in order to form an ecclessial body that would bring together the scattered sheep of the Catholic Church that had been marginalized and excluded from the life of other established Catholic institutions. A constitution was written and affirmed and so a the new Communion of Catholic communities was formed. In the formation of this new organization of Catholic Christians an ancient and older Catholic tradition was revived, conciliarism. Conciliarism is the belief that ultimate authority is derived from Jesus Christ and expressed through the Ecumenical Councils of the Church at every level. Join us as we now examine the origin and development of what would become the Ecumenical Catholic Communion, a new way to practice a very ancient tradition.

  • 01:00

    The Story of the Ecumenical Catholic Communion

    in Religion

    In Today's broadcast Bishop Peter Elder Hickman will begin the narrative of the story of the formation of the Ecumenical Catholic Communion. He will begin by describing his own journey from Evangelical Protestantism to Catholicism. He will talk about the Old Catholic Movement in the United States as well as the founding of an Old Catholic faith community called Saint Matthew Church, his election to become bishop and the formation of what would become the Ecumenical Catholic Communion. His work for reform within the Catholic faith tradition will also be discussed.

  • 01:25

    Church Bankruptcies and the Ecumenical Movement with Jackie Alnor

    in Religion

    Previously recorded---My guest today is Jackie Alnor of "Apostasy  Alert", author of the book, "The Fleecing of Christianity."


    We will be talking about the recent rash of church bankruptcies, and the end of the mega-church movement. 


    We will discuss Kenneth Copeland, James Robison and John Arnott's visit to Rome to kiss the ring of the Roman Catholic False Profit, Francis, Pope or King of Rome..


    We'll also cover the recent Calvary Chapel Pastors conference and talk about our differences with Calvinists and Emergents. If they are our brothers in Christ, should we be in fellowship together? What are the hindrances to that?


    Ecumenism -- How the camel gets his nose under the tent when the church compromises with false teaching and also with the world. Jackie posted an article on the new evangelism and how it is becoming pro-gay and pro-abortion -- liberalism being the destructive factor.

  • 01:16

    The Ecumenical Catholic Communion Part 2

    in Religion

    In today's broadcast Bishop Peter Elder Hickman will be explaining the emergence of a new expression of a very ancient Catholic Tradition called the Ecumenical Catholic Communion part 2. In September of 2003 there was a gathering of consciensious Catholic Christians from eleven Catholic communities, independent of Papal jurisdiction, in order to form an ecclessial body that would bring together the scattered sheep of the Catholic Church that had been marginalized and excluded from the life of other established Catholic institutions. A constitution was written and affirmed and so a the new Communion of Catholic communities was formed. In the formation of this new organization of Catholic Christians an ancient and older Catholic tradition was revived, conciliarism. Conciliarism is the belief that ultimate authority is derived from Jesus Christ and expressed through the Ecumenical Councils of the Church at every level. Join us as we now examine the origin and development of what would become the Ecumenical Catholic Communion, a new way to practice a very ancient tradition.

  • 00:29

    The COAAB Experience

    in Religion

    Why is COAAB different?


    Homiletics - Art of Preaching (General Session 2)

  • 01:57

    National Agenda ~ THE MORAL IMPERATIVE for MORAL ACTION TO-NOW ~ w/ savage-el

    in Education

    We, the undersigned, are gathered here today for a historic initiative to inspire spiritual and practical action by all global faiths and people of good will everywhere to eradicate modern slavery across the world by 2020 and for all time.I n the eyes of God*, each human being is a free person, whether girl, boy, woman or man, and is destined to exist for the good of all in equality and fraternity. Modern slavery, in terms of human trafficking, forced labour and prostitution, organ trafficking, and any relationship that fails to respect the fundamental conviction that all people are equal and have the same freedom and dignity, is a crime against humanity. We pledge ourselves here today to do all in our power, within our faith communities and beyond, to work together for the freedom of all those who are enslaved and trafficked so that their future may be restored. Today we have the opportunity, awareness, wisdom, innovation and technology to achieve this human and moral imperative.


     


    *The Grand Imam of Al Azhar uses the word “religions”.


    Pope Francis


    Her Holiness Mata Amritanandamayi (Amma)


    Venerable Bhikkhuni Thich Nu Chan Khong (representing Zen Master Thích Nh?t H?nh)


    The Most Ven. Datuk K Sri Dhammaratana, Chief High Priest of Malaysia


    Rabbi Dr. Abraham Skorka


    Rabbi Dr. David Rosen


    Dr. Abbas Abdalla Abbas Soliman, Undersecretary of State of Al Azhar Alsharif (representing Mohamed Ahmed El-Tayeb, Grand Imam of Al-Azhar)


    Grand Ayatollah Mohammad Taqi al-Modarresi


    Sheikh Naziyah Razzaq Jaafar, Special advisor of Grand Ayatollah (representing Grand Ayatollah Sheikh Basheer Hussain al Najafi


    Sheikh Omar Abboud


    Most Revd and Right Hon Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury


    His Eminence Metropolitan Emmanuel of France (representing His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew)


     


     

  • 01:44

    Israel's importance in the world today...

    in Religion

    If we look at a map of the Middle East, we will see many Islamic countries surrounding the little state of Israel. Israel remains the only democracy in the region and the voice of reason "crying out in the wilderness," as John the Baptist would say. Israel remains a staunch ally of the United States, and the only nation on Earth where Jews are welcomed "no questions asked." But surprisingly, Israel's very existence is important to the millions of Ecumenical Christains who exist in the world today. Today, we will be discussing politics and religion. Call us with your opinion at 646-595-3275.

  • 00:30

    Why COAAB? Why the need for another Congress of Bishops?

    in Religion

    Call in Number tonight 215-383-3951


    We have this COB and that COB so why the need for the Congress of Apostles and Bishops?

    We will also cover Part 2 to the Episcopi Vagantes.

    We are not about being elists nor maintaining the old slave mentality among African of Us against them (House and Field).

    We are indeed ECUMENICAL!

    More information on COAAB log onto www.coaab.org

     


    You can register for the September COAAB Congress for only $100.

  • 00:58

    Brothers in Faith - Rabbi Joseph Potasnik and Father Brian McWeeney

    in Spirituality

    Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, is the Executive VP of the New York Board of Rabbis. Father Brian McWeeney is Director of Ecumenical Affairs and Inter-Religious Activities for the Archchdiocese of New York. They are brothers in faith - the Jewish Faith and the Christian Faith.  


    The point of today's show is to inspire you to have brothers and sisters in faith, regardless of your religion, race or creed.  Those of you who want to see a better world, a world of peace and harmony, should join together to get out this beautiful message.  


    Far to many people, worldwide, are creating havoc in the world.  There is still countless cases of Anti-Semitism and the murder of faithful Christians who refuse to convert and abandon their religion.  It cost them their lives.


    As a peace loving individual, is there anything you can do to make a difference?  Is there anything you can do to make the world a better place? Let's exlore this and see if you can impact the world, one person and one positive action at a time.

  • 02:03

    Hahn America Radio: Obama Bashing Christians Again!!

    in Politics Conservative

    Please join the Man, The Myth, The Legend Jason Wade Taylor/Randy Hahn LIVE tonight at 9pm EST For HAHN AMERICA RADIO right here on hahnamerica.com Radio for the hardest hitting, over the top Conservative Radio on the web.


    Obama criticizes 'less than loving Christians' at Easter prayer breakfast


    As the Washington Times points out, the latest Obama signal of religious relativism came after his administration had issued a statement on the Kenyan massacre at a Christian college without once mentioning the religion of the victims – or the attackers.


    Addressing an ecumenical gathering at the White House of cardinals, ministers, pastors and the lay faithful, Mr. Obama was talking about the Apostle John’s call to love “with actions and in truth” rather than with words. The president then briefly gave in to temptation, and deviated from his prepared remarks.


    “On Easter, I do reflect on the fact that as a Christian, I am supposed to love,” Mr. Obama said. “And I have to say that sometimes when I listen to less-than-loving expressions by Christians, I get concerned. But that’s a topic for another day.”


    The audience in the East Room murmured, some with apparent disapproval, as others laughed. The president did not elaborate on what he meant, and returned to his address.


    “I was about to veer off,” Mr. Obama told the crowd. “I’m pulling it back.”