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It is notable that natural science could not and did not arise from pantheistic cultures.
by Peter Sellick - 15/06/2016 - 51 comments
Just as the broader community is beginning to question stereotypes and think differently about ethnicity, culture, faith, race, nationality, skin colour, age, sexuality and gender, spiritual carers are also challenged by new paradigms.
by Kay Stroud - 3/06/2016 - 29 comments
This is not a God to be messed with; neither is He an answer to spiritual fulfilment, on our own terms of course. Rather, He describes himself as jealous.
by Peter Sellick - 27/05/2016 - 12 comments
The First Lady's speech helped recreate 'an imaginative geography of West versus East, us versus Muslims-cultures in which first ladies give speeches versus others in which women shuffle around silently in burqas'.
by Alice Aslan - 19/05/2016 - 33 comments
The idea that any religious institution should only disseminate its beliefs with caveats and qualifications strikes at the heart of freedom of religion, expression, and association.
by Chris Ashton - 18/05/2016 - 20 comments
Thus religious ideas are sacrosanct, no matter how silly or debilitating they are. Criticism of such belief is forbidden because that would entail non-acceptance of the believer.
by Peter Sellick - 9/05/2016 - 15 comments
Materialists have no sufficient explanation (cause) for the diversity of life. There is a mind-boggling plethora of miracles here, not just one. Every basic type of life form is a miracle.
by Don Batten - 2/05/2016 - 477 comments
The function of this metaphor was to point to the presence of Christ in the body of the Church available to believers in the preaching of the Word and participation in the sacraments.
by Peter Sellick - 20/04/2016 - 11 comments
For Jews, there can be only the resurrection of the body. Since they had no idea that the soul could exist as a form of life apart from the body.
by Peter Sellick - 7/04/2016 - 34 comments
In the same month where Muslim suicide bombers killed 35 and injured over 300 people in Brussels, there were six other separate Islamic attacks that took even more lives than those lost in the Belgium capital.
by Rod McGarvie - 6/04/2016 - 73 comments
Thus Luke and John replace this terrible cry that would seem to sever the relationship between Jesus and God, with words that suggest that he was in complete control right to the end.
by Peter Sellick - 24/03/2016 - 7 comments
Famous English journalist and broadcaster Malcolm Muggeridge once said that he knew of many Christian leprosy missions, but had never heard of a single atheistic one.
by Rowan Forster - 21/03/2016 - 3 comments


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