Sunday, November 27, 2005

Two considerations following the Orange thanksgiving yesterday

1.  Church and State relations:  Lest the pro-Orange Kenya Church falls prey to what bedevilled the NCCK, the ACK and the Catholic Church just a short while ago, I suggest it keeps its focus on that old and rugged cross in its engagement with the country's political elite so as not to end up relying on the arm of flesh.  Global church history indicates that every time believers have sought and / or wielded political power and control / supremacy over nations, the results have almost always been less than Godly.........................
2.  Understandably, the thanksgiving allowed for persons from other faiths to pray alongside the Christians....but there was one faith present (not Muslim or animist) whose real or perceived hold on the country's politicsshould be a cause for concern for anyone who truly cares for this nation, continent and world...........

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

And the other religion is...?

11/30/2005 04:31:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And the other religion is...?

11/30/2005 04:35:00 pm  
Anonymous Mook said...

I agree with you in totality. Those men in robes should be watched closely. I hope they got the point from Hon. Njonjo.
Our politicians - especially ODM should also watch out victory is sweet but the road ahead is heavy mark Mzee Njonjos wise words. Many trĂ­cks will be tried to drive a wedge between you. Now the time for the test has come, the referendum was only a preparatory test. Remember the story of George Orwell- "The animal farm" and if that is so long to read ar you can't get a copy try Jesses cure at

12/02/2005 10:30:00 am  

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