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City council congratulates Iglesia ni Cristo on its anniversary

Meanwhile, the SP approved a resolution yesterday congratulating and honoring the members of Iglesia ni Cristo on their 97th founding anniversary on July 27, 2011.

The resolution was authored by Councilors Caesar Distrito, Roberto Rojas, Em Ang and Al Victor Espiono.

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Visayan Daily Star

Iglesia ni Cristo 97th Anniversary on Wednesday, July 27, 2011

MANILA, Philippines – The first church of the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) was established in Punta, Santa Ana, Manila, on July 27, 1914. Its founder, Brother Felix Y. Manalo, a young man who had been in search of the truth, had drifted from one religious organization to another before he established the Iglesia ni Cristo.

Paris Locale Children's bowling tournament

On February 26, members and officers of the children's worship service (CWS), accompanied by their parents, met at the Bowling Front de Seine (Beaugrenelle) in Paris to participate in the yearly CWS bowling tournament.

Investigative journalists identify INC's vital role in political campaigns

“Ambition Destiny Victory” takes readers behind each of the candidates’ campaigns and identifies the elements that made each campaign go. We meet the influential lieutenants and mentors. Using a combination of interviews, research and surveys,  Hofileña and Go paint a political portrait of each camp, down to their ultimate strengths and weaknesses.

Iglesia Ni Cristo chapel in Los Angeles, California

After more than a year of construction, the new house of worship in Los Angeles, California, finally saw its completion and dedication to God on March 26, 2011, during a special worship service officiated by the Executive Minister, Brother Eduardo V. Manalo.

IT firm drags INC's name in smear campaign

Stradcom, that information technology firm that has a contract with the Land Transportation Office, hasn’t stopped its smear campaign against Amalgamated Motors. Stradcom is trying to discredit the latter by saying that Amalgamated has kept its contract to deliver over three million drivers’ licenses because the religious group Iglesia ni Cristo is behind it. Stradcom even says that the LTO chief, Virginia Torres, is an Iglesia member.

Did God die on Good Friday?

"Who died on the cross? Was it God or was it man? If it was God, I cannot understand how a God can die" - Jose Rizal, Philippine national hero

For those who believe that Jesus is both God and man, the question who or what died on the cross is a very difficult one.  This is demonstrated by the conflicting answers various Trinitarian groups give.  Some Trinitarians claim that only the Second person of the Trinity died while others believe that all of God died (1).  Some believe that the second person died completely while others believe that only the human nature of Jesus died.  No wonder Karl Keating, a prominent Catholic apologist, included this question in his article "The World's Toughest Catholic Quiz".

God is One, not Three-in-One

The people of God have always believed that God is one.  This is what Moses affirmed when he said, "Hear, O Israel; the Lord our God, the Lord is One."  This is also what the members of the Church of Christ believe today.


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