Web Radio Jesus Cristo Gospel: 2015-11-15

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Paris attacks: Saint-Denis suspects 'planned terrorist attacks in La Defense business district'

La Defense
An aerial view shows La Defense business and financial district in Courbevoie near Paris
The suspected Islamic State (Isis) militants holed up in an apartment in northern Paris suburb of Saint-Denis following a raid by French special police had planned to carry out an attack on La Defense district in Paris, according to multiple sources.
A source close to the investigation told Reuters that La Defense, a major business district located west of Paris, was the target of a new terrorist operation by the IS militants after the 13 November attacks in Paris that left 129 dead. Other police sources confirmed the intelligence to France 24 and France Info TV.
Paris Saint-DenisGunfire and explosions were heard in Saint-Denis early on Wednesday (18 November) as RAID police, French special operations, surrounded an apartment in search of suspects linked to last Friday's attacks.
French soldiers secure the area after shots were exchanged in Saint-Denis, France, near Paris
Police sources said the target of the operation is Belgian jihadist Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the mastermind behind the Paris attacks, after reports claimed he may not be in Syria's Raqqa, as initially believed.
Abaaoud, a 28-year-old of Moroccan origin, has been linked to a number of terror plots and recruitment efforts in Europe over the past two years. The eighth suspect in the attack, Salah Abdeslam, was also said to be a target in the raid.
Two attackers were killed, including a woman who detonated a suicide belt, and five people were arrested. Five French police officers were lightly wounded in the operation. No civilian casualties were reported.
A police dog was also killed in the raid, it has emerged.
Authorities evacuated some 20 residents from the building earlier in the night. Schools in Saint Denis have been closed and transport to the suburb have been suspended. The raid took place about 2km from Stade de France, one of the targets of Friday's attacks.

Gospel of Jesus' Wife: Ink on controversial ancient scroll dates back 1,200 years

New research on the papyrus' ink is a step closer to proving it's authenticity say researchers. Analysis of the papyrus published in the Harvard Theological Review journal, suggested the 'Gospel of Jesus' Wife' papyrus dates back around 1,200 years, while the ink is of a type that could have been created at that time.
Researchers at Columbia University are running new tests on the ink used on the papyrus. Initial tests published by the Columbia University team in 2014 indicated the ink could have been made in ancient times. The results of the investigation by Columbia are still ongoing and yet to be published.
What has convinced experts that it is probably genuine was the fading of the ink on the papyrus fibres, and traces of ink adhered to the bent fibres at the torn edges.According to their research so far: "The ink used in this manuscript is primarily based on a carbon black pigment such as Lamp Black. The observed Raman spectra [used to characterise the chemical composition of a substance] are very similar to the carbon-based inks studied for a wide variety of manuscripts including several dated from the early centuries of the Christian era."
Gospel of Jesus' Wife
Harvard University professor Karen King reported her discovery of the papyrus in September 2012
Harvard University professor Karen King reported her discovery of the papyrus in September 2012. It purports to be the 'Gospel of Jesus's Wife,' suggesting that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene. King tentatively dated the papyrus to the fourth century, saying it could be a copy of a gospel written in the second century in Greek.
"This fragment suggests that some early Christians had a tradition that Jesus was married," she said in a New York Times interview. "There was, we already know, a controversy in the second century over whether Jesus was married, caught up with a debate about whether Christians should marry and have sex."
The fragile papyrus fragment is about the size of a business card, with eight lines on one side, in black ink, just about legible under a magnifying glass. It was written in Coptic, an Egyptian language that uses Greek characters — specifically, in Sahidic Coptic, a dialect from southern Egypt, said AnneMarie Luijendijk, an associate professor of religion at Princeton University.
The provenance of the papyrus fragment is a mystery, and its owner has asked to remain anonymous, according to a LiveScience report. There have been claims that the papyrus is a fake although Dr. Luijendijk was adamant that "it would be impossible to forge."
Roger Bagnall, director of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, at New York University said: "It's hard to construct a scenario that is at all plausible in which somebody fakes something like this. The world is not really crawling with crooked papyrologists,"
What the ancient Egyptian papyrus says
The eight lines of text, which are cut off at both ends, have been translated by King and other Coptic experts as follows:
1) ... not [to] me, my mother gave to me li[fe] ...
2) The disciples said to Jesus, "...
3) ... deny. Mary is worthy of it ... (or, alternatively, Mary is not worth of it ...)
4) ..." Jesus said to them, "My wife ...
5) ... she will be able to be my disciple ...
6) Let wicked people swell up ...
7) As for me, I dwell with her in order to ...
8) ... an image ...

Milhares de pessoas participaram do Valentim Gospel 2015

Evento teve entrada gratuita e apresentação da cantora gospel Noemi Nonato
Grande público prestigiou o show da cantora Noemi Nonato
VALENTIM GENTIL - Milhares de pessoas, incluindo caravanas de Igrejas da região, se reuniram na Praça Central de Valentim Gentil, no último sábado, 14 de novembro, para uma noite de bênçãos e muito louvor: o Valentim Gospel 2015.

Com entrada gratuita, o evento teve como principal atração a cantora Noemi Nonato, que apresentou seus principais cânticos e louvores de sucesso, acumulados ao longo de mais de 20 trabalhos lançados durante a carreira.

Além de Noemi Nonato, o Valentim Gospel 2015 contou também com apresentações de cantores e bandas de igrejas locais e regionais. Em um momento de fé e reflexão para o público presente, o Pastor Jeferson Mendonça, da cidade de São Paulo, ministrou a Palavra de Deus, expressa nas páginas da Bíblia Sagrada.

O evento, que este ano esteve em sua quinta edição, foi promovido pela Prefeitura em parceria com a Câmara Municipal, com apoio da AMEV (Associação de Ministros Evangélicos de Valentim Gentil).

Estiveram presentes, a prefeita Rosa Caldeira, acompanhada do esposo e ex-prefeito Liberato Caldeira, atual presidente da AMOP (Associação dos Municípios do Oeste Paulista); o vice-prefeito Alexandre Ramos; o presidente da Câmara, Zette Maranini; os vereadores Izaque Caldeira e Claudionor Chichetto (presidente da AMEV); além de pastores e lideranças evangélicas.

Durante seu pronunciamento, a prefeita Rosa Caldeira destacou a importância do Valentim Gospel para o município e o empenho da administração em promover o evento, apresentando uma cantora de renome em todo o país, mesmo diante da crise econômica que atinge todos os municípios brasileiros.

Por sua vez, o vereador Claudionor Chichetto, que preside a AMEV e coordena o Valentim Gospel desde sua primeira edição, representando os demais pastores presentes, agradeceu ao Executivo e ao Legislativo da cidade pela iniciativa de proporcionar um evento de grande porte para a classe evangélica.

Voluntários fazem campanhas para ajudar cidades mineiras


  • A circulação da lama causa danos ambientais por onde passa - Foto: Gabriela Biló l Estadão Conteúdo
    A circulação da lama causa danos ambientais por onde passa
Sensibilizados com a situação da população de cidades mineiras, após o rompimento da barragem na cidade de Mariana (MG), alunos e ex-alunos do Colégio Sistema, em Itabuna (a 435 km de Salvador), criaram a campanha Nós temos fome e sede de solidariedade, para arrecadar água potável.
Nas cidades atingidas não há a previsão do restabelecimento do fornecimento de água, que depende dos níveis de turbidez e de ferro na água do rio, e o abastecimento provisório é feito por caminhões-pipa, que não atende a toda população das cidades.
Vizinhança
Os jovens foram estimulados pela professora Célia Fonseca, que leciona sociologia e atualidades, e logo se estendeu para outras escolas, igrejas e pontos comerciais. "A ideia foi dos alunos do 3º ano do ensino médio e de ex-alunos, mas cidades vizinhas aderiram", diz.
A campanha, que vai até terça-feira, 24, tem dois pontos de arrecadação, um no próprio colégio e o outro na Igreja Presbiteriana, no bairro Vila Anália. Mais de dois mil litros de água foram arrecadados.
Há pontos de arrecadação nas cidades de Ilhéus, Buerarema, Coaraci e Itajuípe. Em Vitória da Conquista (a 517 km de Salvador), igrejas evangélicas também fazem campanha para arrecadação de água potável .
O volume arrecadado até agora é equivalente à capacidade de um dos dois caminhões que vão transportar o material.