Understanding The Sabbath (2)

by Tayo Fasuan

The issue of the Sabbath is easily one of the most misunderstood issues in the Bible. As written in the first part of this topic, it has caused division, alienation and marginalisation among the Body of Christ, almost to the point of ridicule.

Understanding The Sabbath (1)

by Tayo Fasuan

Since I’ve started attending church on Saturday, I have been questioned numerous times like this about my belief, and I have even been interrogated for the beliefs of others who are observing Sabbath as well. Some of the questions were asked with a sincere and open mind; some asked with the intent to castigate; while some asked for curiosity sake.

Language: A verifiable instrument for measuring historical developments (Part II)

by Nancy Olakunle

In the second part of the article written last year, the author finally drives her point home about how languages help shape the future of our society and just how useful they are in societal development.

William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew: The Societal Need to Respect Women’s Need

by Nancy Olakunle

Parenthood comes with its perks: the joys and the tears. However, sometimes while attempting to balance things up, some parents upset the course of destiny and personal inclinations. “The Taming of the Shrew” by William Shakespeare is an exemplification of some of the failures of parents in realising that the difference in faces is just the beginning of the diversity in the lives of their children.

Language as a verifiable instrument for measuring historical developments (Part I)

By Nancy Olakunle

Language is one of the single most important features in any given society as the language of a people carries their history, emotions and even their outlook to life like none other. Read and learn more.