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Praying Against Terrorism? Terrorist Saul, Evangelist Paul

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April 2015 by Ramesh Richard When I heard of the 21 young men beheaded on a Libyan beach by the savagery of ISIS in early 2015, I was overcome, like you, with deep sorrow. Their ages and complexion resembled my own two sons. It felt like our Ryan and Robby were kneeling at the feet [...]

Reflections on the Middle East

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January 2015 by Ramesh Richard The Middle East is arguably the nerve center of the world’s future. Dr. Ramesh Richard traveled to the region earlier this year, and in a recent interview with The Christian Post, provided some biblical and theological perspective on the escalating situation. The interview, which includes a five-fold grid for the western [...]

What Then?

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October 2014 by Ramesh Richard “I am a self-made man,” the braggart claimed. To which a child asked, “Why did you make yourself like this?”  I write this article fresh off a 12-day, five-country trip—three of those countries in the chaotic Middle East. I, too, am asking our technologically advanced, self-made world: “Why did you [...]

The Global Proclamation Congress for Pastoral Trainers: A Historic First (D.V.)

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July 2014 by Ramesh Richard Just before a quarterly board meeting that would close out 2013, Dr. Ramesh Richard wrote the RREACH board of directors to deliver news they expected and at the same time hoped against. Under the subject line “Private: Manila closed,” Dr. Richard confirmed that the city, which had for two years [...]

Dr. Ramesh Richard’s thoughts on Unrest in the Middle East

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February 2011 by Ramesh Richard To read the article Dr. Richard was quoted in visit http://www.christianpost.com/news/mideast-revolutions-draw-mixed-reactions-from-us-christians-49123/   Dr. Richard also recorded a talk entitled “A Middle Eastern Foreign Policy for the Christian Believer.” If you would like a copy please email info@rreach.org. Generally, as an observer and interpreter of world events, what are your thoughts about [...]