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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.   Groups in Northern Ireland  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":19 and "The violence in Northern Ireland is justified by still other theological positions, Catholic and Protestant. ":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. :4 Martin Dillon interviewed paramilitaries on both sides of the conflict, questioning how they could reconcile murder with their Christian convictions.  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.