Denn Reed Tuvera is the name of the greatest lawyer in the Philippines, my Dad. Since I also own his name, I would liken myself to him. His a man of his goals and I'm different from him. He maybe a good and brilliant lawyer but I am an aspiring journalist. About me? What can I say about me? My friends told me that I am a very religious person. Yeah right! It is true. Since the time I became a Christian, I felt how it is to be a child of God. I felt my importance in this life. I felt that even though some people would disregard me in this world, God is always there beside me. I would say that I'm a friendly person. I hate quarreling with one another person. It doesn't help me and my studies. It destroys friendship. Some say that I am a "snob" or "hindi namamansin". Hehehhehe... I am not like that. I would assure you that once you get to know me more, we will have a good relationship as friends and colleagues until this world ends.
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As a matter of Opinion

Just recently, the Philippine Daily Inquirer criticized the art of Mideo Cruz entitled “Polygamy” exhibited in the Cultural Center of Philippines (CCP). The art consists of a collage of religious posters and images apparently culled from religious calendars showing Mary and the rest of the saints with condoms and phalluses stuck on the religious icons. … Continue reading

Daniel Sommer

Historians of the Stone-Campbell Movement are agreed that one of the most controversial figures in the history of this faith-heritage is without a doubt Daniel Sommer. His impact upon this religious movement within American church history is unquestioned, as is the tremendous negative force of that impact. Daniel Sommer was a militant who left a legacy of legalistic … Continue reading

The Autonomy Doctrine of the Church of Christ

Introduction One of the most influential and far-reaching characteristics of the local church is its organizational structure.  Central to the Bible teaching on this organization is question of church rule.  The Bible answer is that the local church should be autonomous.  There is to be no earthly organization, oversight, or treasury beyond the autonomous local church.  However, … Continue reading

SC sought DOJ to revise the rules of court

The Supreme Court (SC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) have come up yesterday with a proposal to revise the rules of court to resolve the problems of case congestion. In a press conference, Justice Secretary Leila de Lima said she had a closed-door meeting with Justice Roberto Abad, chair of the SC sub-committee, where … Continue reading

4 gold traders charged for tax evasion

Denn Reed B. Tuvera Jr/April 28 The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) filed yesterday tax evasion cases before the Department of Justice (DOJ) against four gold traders for failure to file their income tax returns (ITR). The four gold traders, who sold gold to the Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), were Felonila Caluag, Diomedita Canonigo, … Continue reading

The Motto of Liberalism

“This slogan (or versions of it) is familiar to most; it is an old one. The complete statement, “In Essentials, unity. In non-essentials, liberty. In all things, love” comes from Augustine (354-430 AD) over 1500 years ago. Such slogans should be avoided, or at best used very carefully, because they can be misleading. This statement … Continue reading

The Gospel Plan of Salvation

gospel Hello readers! Have time reading the link that I posted. Its a powerpoint presentation about the gospel and feel free to ask questions if you have. Thank you very much…

DOJ to investigate recent oil price hikes

By: Denn Reed B. Tuvera Jr. The Department of Justice (DOJ) will check on possible legal violations by major oil firms for their oil price hikes – the 12th time this year, Justice Secretary Leila De Lima said in an interview yesterday. In resolving this issue, De Lima said there is a Department of Energy … Continue reading

3 OFWs executed; recruiter surrenders to NBI

  Article by: Denn Reed B. Tuvera Jr. Three Oversees Filipino Workers were convicted to death via lethal injection last March 30 in Xiamen, China for drug trafficking. The three OFW’s namely: Sally Ordinario-Villanueva, Ramon Credo and Elizabeth Batain were charged by the Fujian Provincial People’s Higher Court for smuggling large amounts of heroin. Before … Continue reading

DOJ press release

Cops, agents, rescued 14 year old girl By: Denn Reed B. Tuvera Jr. The 100 strong combined forces of the National Bureau of Investigation Anti-Human Trafficking Division (NBI-AHTRAD) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) rescued a 14 year old girl in Quezon City last April 2. The young girl was abducted by a woman, in … Continue reading



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