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What does UACF stand for?

UACF stands for Ulster American Christian Fellowship


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He was ordained as a Pastor in an international Missions Ministry called Moments of Faith International based in Texas, U. S. A. in 1995, and under the remit of his ordination, formed the Ulster/American Christian Fellowship Ministry. Many - both in America and in his native Northern Ireland, UK (Ulster) - have benefited from his forthright ministry and sound teachings in the Word of God.
Attacks against Israel by Palestinian guerrillas, led Israel to invade and occupy southern Lebanon in 1982. [54] [edit] Groups in Northern Ireland [edit] Religion as a factor Several people have stated that religion was a contributing factor to terrorism in Northern Ireland: Mark Juergensmeyer wrote "Like residents of Belfast and London, Americans were beginning to learn to live with acts of religious terrorism: shocking, disturbing incidents of violence laced with the passion of religion - in these cases, Christianity"[13]:19 and "The violence in Northern Ireland is justified by still other theological positions, Catholic and Protestant. "[13]:20 and "The ferocity of religious violence was brought home to me in 1998 when I received the news that a car bomb had exploded in a Belfast neighborhood I had visited the day before. [13]:4 Martin Dillon interviewed paramilitaries on both sides of the conflict, questioning how they could reconcile murder with their Christian convictions. [55] His interviewees included Kenny McClinton, a convicted murderer who once advocated beheading Roman Catholics and impaling their heads on railings, and who is now Pastor of the Ulster/American Christian Fellowship.