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international-datelineFrench writer Camus on the Europe migrant crisis says, “It’s the great replacement,” “It’s of biblical proportions,” since the 15th century. Many are asking, “What will happen to Europe if the refugee surge doesn’t stop?”

On the other hand who can stop the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS)? As reported, the terror group executed hundreds of people including civilians amid ongoing violence in Syria. A tribal elder said, the terror group are recruiting child soldiers and force marriages on young women and girls.

While there now exist an openness in the church and state. Where it’s once taboo, its softness on homosexuality brings to legality same sex marriage. Marriage annulment is now made easy.

How about the absolute authority of the bible?

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Recently, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), announced that the Kepler space telescope discovered a planet very similar to Earth in the Milky Way.

Accordingly, it is about 60% bigger than Earth, and takes 385 days for the planet to orbit its star, a substantial opportunity for life to exist.

Natural disasters not been experienced are already felt.

In Revelation 21:1-2 of the bible says,”Then I saw a new sky and a new earth, for the former sky and the former earth had passed away, and there no longer existed any sea. And I saw the holy city, the New Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God …”

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Seafarers’ Rights International (SRI) – the criminalization of seafarers.

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Seafarers risk criminalization not only because they might not know all the laws of every country they visit as part of their work, but also because the application of the law at international and national level might now criminalize some seafaring activities previously considered lawful – particularly with the rise of a “blame culture” as a first response when something goes wrong (such as oil pollution). Seafarers who are foreign nationals might also be treated differently in some countries if they become subject to the criminal law. (By Allan J. Tac-an)

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