The Christian Herald is published by Alpha
and Omega Christian Foundation, a non-profit, non-denominational
organization, dedicated entirely to researching re-discovering and
disseminating the original faith as it was delivered to, and practiced by,
the early New Testament Churches.
into this “Foundation” is open to all who believe in the same
ideals and who strive towards a holy and pure Christian life.
“As He who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your
conduct, because it is written, ‘Be holy, for I am holy’” (1
Peter 1:15 – 16).
“I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the
Kingdom of God” (John 3:3).
“Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord’ shall
enter the Kingdom of Heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in
heaven” (Mat.7: 21).
And you became followers of us and of the Lord, having received the
word in much affliction, with joy of the Holy Spirit, so that you [also]
became examples [to others] who believe” (1Thess. 1:6-7).
“Foundation” believes that much of the original faith has been
lost, that a renewing of that faith, a rededication to the original ideals,
and reconciliation with the eternal God, are absolutely necessary if the
world is to be saved from the path of self-destruction.
“Foundation” also believes that in spite of the recent
information explosion (or perhaps because of it), humanity is in greater
need now of the right kind of knowledge than at any time in its history.
The Christian Herald provides an
informative service to world leaders, with an analysis of world
developments from a spiritual perspective, and proclaims the Gospel of the
Kingdom of God as a witness to all the nations.
In this magazine, we
have discussed major theological issues in light of scriptural revelations.
Our primary aim has been to inform world leaders of the correlation between
biblical prophecies and world developments.
have done this work because there was a need for it, and because biblical
prophecies call for it.
are countless "prophets" who preach every conceivable doctrine,
few have taken the time to check them out against the one and only standard
by which all doctrines must be assessed – the Bible, also referred to
as the Scriptures.
years, many errors have crept into the Christian Gospel with the effect
that what is being preached these days is hardly recognizable by the
standards of Jesus Christ and His Apostles. If truth and the will of God
are important to you, you are on the right path. Assess everything in light
of the Scriptures, including our preaching.
first edition of The Christian Herald
was published in 1990. Now, all
editions are freely available on the World Wide Web (www.thechristianherald.info).
This work is maintained wholly by voluntary
contributions from its members, who believe that by serving, honoring and
worshipping their Creator God, He will draw more workers able to continue
and expand this work of love to where it is needed in the
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