The CA affirmed the consolidated judgment dated June 8, 2012 of the Iriga City Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 60 in two criminal cases for libel filed by Jesus Miracle Crusade's preacher Wilde Almeda.
The complaint alleged that Soriano uttered malicious or libelous comments and accusations over the radio on Almeda's preaching in Iriga City and Baao, Camarines Sur.
Authorities have yet to identify the cause of the fire.
Professionals are required to go through further formal and informal trainings before they can renew their licenses.
It also features the use of multi-lingual and multi-dialectic translations of the Bible.
The Members of the Church of God International denies several doctrines such as the Trinity and salvation by grace alone.
“Making sure that God could hear the voice of man was the Church of God International choir in the Philippines, whose 8,688 members lifted their hearts, hands and voices in harmony on Monday night.” China’s Yibada news site wrote about how the group made the Guinness World Records.
“The Ang Dating Daan Chorale sang a medley of gospel songs in unison, properly conducted under concert conditions, and met all the requirements listed on the Guinness World Records website to bag the Largest Gospel Choir Category,” wrote Yibada’s Karen de Guzman.
Starring on the Guinness World Records’ own website was the Ang Dating Daan Chorale’s achievement, beautifully worded by the group’s staff writer.
MANILA - The Court of Appeals (CA) has again affirmed a lower court's ruling finding Ang Dating Daan (ADD) head Eliseo "Eli" Soriano guilty of libel in a case filed against him by a fellow preacher.
In a seven-page resolution penned by Associate Justice Maria Elisa Sempio Diy, the appellate court's 12th Division denied Soriano's motion for reconsideration (MR) which sought a reversal of the CA's August 17, 2015 ruling.
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“A breath-taking 8,688 singers – who travelled from various local churches as well as countries in the Americas and Africa – took their places in the Araneta Coliseum in Manila, Philippines and totally shattered the previous record of 4,745 people that was achieved by by the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Philippines) last year,” wrote Rachel Swatman.