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In a get-together of married couples where husbands expressed appreciation to their wives in front of everybody, our non-Filipino head deacon told his wife "Ikaw ang buhay ko" — Filipino for "you are my life".

Was our head deacon blasphemously making his own wife equal to God?  Didn't he know that it is God who is truly our life; that without God we wouldn't be here?

To most people, the answer is obvious.  He was not speaking in absolute terms.  

Are INC members silent in the first place?

Some people claiming to be INC members have appeared online alleging corruptions in the church.   They declare themselves to be silent no more, and they urge others to speak out as they did as if most INC members are silent or turn a blind eye to evil.

Although it's true that we don't bring issues out in the open, it doesn't mean we keep mum about other people's wrongdoings.

Why then do we seem to be silent if we are indeed not?

De Lima broke protocol

SOURCE:  http://www.manilatimes.net/de-lima-broke-protocol/214843/
AUTHOR: Jomar Canlas

There were irregularities in the way Justice Secretary Leila de Lima handled the review of the kidnapping and serious illegal detention case involving leaders of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC or Church of Christ), according to sources of The Manila Times–including two former secretaries of Justice and ranking prosecutors.

Grand plan to cheat in 2016

SOURCE: http://www.tribune.net.ph/commentary/grand-plan-to-cheat-in-2016
AUTHOR: Ninez Cacho-Olivares

Even prior to the crisis that hit the Iglesia ni Cristo, it was fairly evident that the INC bloc vote of some 3 million wouldn’t go to the administration standard bearer, Mar Roxas, who was endorsed, along with Noynoy, by the INC in 2010.

Signs were all over for observers to note that the relationship between the INC and the administration had been deteriorating for some time.

‘Reap the Whirlwind:’ What’s behind the INC revolt?

SOURCE: http://www.manilatimes.net/reap-the-whirlwind-whats-behind-the-inc-revol...
AUTHOR: Rigoberto D. Tiglao

The camp of 2016 presidential candidate Manuel Roxas 2nd had threatened the Iglesia Ni Cristo with a “Napoles”-and-“Enrile”-type of operations if the religious group does not support his candidacy, or if it does not at least stand neutral in next year’s polls, according to sources close to the second biggest Christian church in the country.

Thank you, INC

SOURCE:  http://www.tribune.net.ph/commentary/thank-you-inc
AUTHOR: Larry Faraon

The Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) church may be fanning its own nightmares about how the justice system in this country works, courtesy of the likes of Secretary of Justice Leila de Lima and her cohorts. 

The church members hit it right to rally in front of the offices of the Department of Justice (DoJ).

Prominent INC minister speaks out about those who turned away from the faith

Bro. Jose Ventilacion, one of the chief debaters of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ), shared his thoughts on former INC members and ministers who are now using social media to speak against the INC.  Below is a copy of his message from his public page, taken as of Aug. 5, 2015.

We were not abducted, say 4 INC ministers

It’s now the word of a former Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) minister against that of four INC ministers.

The four INC ministers, who are based in the INC headquarters in Diliman, Quezon City, denied that three of them and a relative were kidnapped and tortured allegedly on orders of top leaders of the sect.

Iglesia ni Cristo members flock to PHL Arena for 101st anniversary

(Updated 9:42 a.m.) Members of the Iglesia ni Cristo on Sunday flocked to the Philippine Arena in Bulacan to mark the religious group's 101st anniversary.

Traffic on parts of the North Luzon Expressway was heavy Saturday night to early Sunday due to the number of vehicles heading to the Philippine Arena, radio dzBB reported.

Metropolitan Manila Development Authority chairman Francis Tolentino said in a dzBB radio interview that at least 2 million people attended the anniversary at the arena.

Traffic aides to ease NLEX traffic jam on Iglesia ni Cristo’s bash Sunday

The North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) management said on Friday that it has prepared additional personnel and counterflow lanes for Iglesia ni Cristo's centennial closing ceremony in Bulacan on Sunday.

NLEX spokesperson Kiko Dagohoy told GMA News Online that the management will be deploying additional patrol personnel and traffic marshals for the event, which will be held at the Philippine Arena.

Counterflow lanes will be open in the NLEX-Bocaue area when needed, he added. 


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