The Holy Bible And The Koran: A Personal Opinion (3)

The Holy Bible And The Koran: A Personal Opinion (3)

In Part II, we saw a few of what experts call the most probably sources of Koranic stories about Jesus Christ, and why they insist that the Koran is the least qualified to accuse the Holy Bible of corruption. We also asked a very salient question which the Muslim apologists have failed to proffer a … Continue reading The Holy Bible And The Koran: A Personal Opinion (3)

Concept of ‘Dèbóism’: The Dèjá Vu By Agbaje H. Ayomide

  “We are born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we are not alone.” Above is a vocal extract from the scene of a movie, ‘Someone to Love’ for the Fountains of Wayne songs, acted by George Orson Welles, … Continue reading Concept of ‘Dèbóism’: The Dèjá Vu By Agbaje H. Ayomide

A mild case of addiction

A mild case of addiction

Tom has never felt this way before.  A feeling that he had lost something.  Anything,  but he just couldn’t put a finger on it.  He tried to look around him while walking hastily across George town street which is always very busy with people on both sides.  Everyone seemed to be doing one thing or … Continue reading A mild case of addiction