Blog Posts - Religions



How old is the Bible? We include Christianity, Judaism, Islam and other religious movements such as the Rastafari

Some of the collections of texts that make up the Bible are considered sacred by 54% of world population believe in the Abrahamic religions.We include Christianity, Judaism, Islam and other religious movements such as the Rastafari invoice. Of course...
by Potent Scientia Est on Oct 3, 2016

Quran’s Lesson - Surah Hud 11, Verse 85-86, Part 12

Quran’s Lesson - Surah Hud 11, Verse 85-86, Part 12وَيَا قَوْمِ أَوْفُوا الْمِكْيَالَ وَالْمِيزَانَ بِالْقِسْطِ ۖ وَلَا تَبْخَسُوا النَّاسَ أَشْيَاءَهُمْ و...
by I Love Islam on Aug 15, 2016

Sri Surya Pahar – A confluence of the three religions

Sri Surya Pahar – A confluence of the three religions Source: Sri Surya Pahar – A confluence of the three religions...
by Journal Edge on Apr 19, 2016

Devil's Advocate: Doubts About Life After Death

There have been several articles in the UK media showing that the number of people who believe in life after death has increased. It's now at about 74% according to surveys - and this is despite the numbers of people going to church, and being involv...

Imitations of Attachment

Did you ever notice  Egypt and the Egyptians in all the stories of Victims in the Book of Genesis?  Victims facing what I would call capital punishment? Ishmael. After the forced relocations. Taking it personally – the crime, in the family. The n...
by paperlessworld on Mar 23, 2016

Seekers

We live not far from an upscale mall. This mall, although over 30 miles from Manhattan, has its own bus line dedicated to it by New Jersey Transit. There is a route that runs throughout the day from the City … Continue reading →...

What Makes Christianity Special?

Marco Palmezzano: Crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth (ca. 1490), public domain. Joel Kontinen We seem to have a universal need for searching for answers to life’s ultimate questions. Christianity gives us answers to the big issues humanity is f...
by Scripture Safaris on Feb 5, 2016

Charles Lawson - HARD-CORE PREACHING: From the Pit to the Pulpit, BORN A...

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by Onlyhopeyouhave on Feb 1, 2016

Adrian Chiles: God on the Med

'My Mediterranean With Adrian Chiles' - doesn't give you many clues to the subject matter. Football stadiums on the med? One Bloke in a Boat?  It's so much better than that: “Jesus said, ‘The meek will inherit the earth.’ Well, they might do...
by Opinionated Vicar on Jan 11, 2016

Pope Pius And His Information Direct From God

Battle of Lepanto 1571I've never really understood how religious leaders can be part of any war or get involved. But they do, and as a consequence I came across a short coincidence story to write about - or maybe it was a premonition, or even telepat...

Battle of Lepanto 1571I've never really understood how religious leaders can be part of any war or get involved. But they do, and as a consequence I came across a short coincidence story to write about - or maybe it was a premonition, or even telepat...

Who’s God?

There shall be wars, and rumors of wars. The Bible says nothing about being able to declare what future people might have to say about God. According to a story on the Washington Post website, Larycia Hawkins, a political science … Continue rea...

Why 25 December Two Theories (Computationist theory or Religions theory)? – Christmas Day

Why  25 December Two Theories  (Computationist theory  or Religions theory)? – Christmas Day :-Two sets of hypotheses or theories have been offered to explain why 25th December was chosen as the feast of the Nativity. The first is based on t...

A Commentary of Father William Grimm, M.M., on "'Ours is a religion of peace': The Stark reality is that most religions are not"

Father William Grimm, M.M.Photo courtesy: www.ucanews.com/ Father William Grimm, M.M., publisher of the UCANews -- an independent Catholic news agency in Asia, on November 20, wrote a commentary on 'Ours is a religion of peace.' In this wri...
by Bangladesh Canada and Beyond on Nov 23, 2015

Mystery Of The Joseph, Mary And Jesus Caskets Discovery

In 1980 researchers in Jerusalem got quite excited when they found three burial caskets, which they dated from the 1st century. Okay no great discovery, but there was another important bit to the find. The caskets each bore a name: Joseph, Mary and J...

Something Lost

“Losing my religion,” I learned some time ago, means “going crazy” in some regions. It was that REM song that made me look it up. Losing My Religion, by William Lobdell, is much more literal. Having a hunger for spiritual R...

Behold The Handmaid

Behold the Handmaid of the Lord! In every story of the Hebrew Bible there is, when Abraham’s descendants are involved, the looking back, like for Lot’s wife. After all of the nameless received names. Had you watched the news-clips this week from...
by paperlessworld on Aug 26, 2015

Relics And Religion Of The Ancient Canary Island Gaunche People

Clay pots made by the Gaunches of TenerifePlato described a rich and happy land in the Atlantic which was virtually destroyed by earthquakes and tidal waves some 12,000 years ago. This was Atlantis and many locals are convinced that the Canary Island...

The Quotation of the Week (April 26 - May 2, 2015)

A quotation of Charles Caleb Colton on 'religion,' compiled by Jerome D'CostaDoodle (Going to the church: June 23,1994) © Jerome D'Costa...
by Bangladesh Canada and Beyond on Apr 26, 2015

Canadians Being Ambivalent About Religion

A map of Canada Map courtesy: Shutterstock.comA recent Angus Reid Institute survey shows that Canadians "are increasingly becoming ambivalent about religion or rejecting it outright, but people across the religion spectrum admire the Pope," repo...
by Bangladesh Canada and Beyond on Apr 18, 2015


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