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Troubled Grandeur This View Life Paperblog Pick in Religion

Troubled Grandeur in This View of Life

In the celebrated closing of the Origin of Species, Darwin hits his lyrical stride with a paradox: Thus, from the war of nature, from famine and death, the most exalted object... Read more

Aliens Christians Paperblog Pick in Religion

Aliens Vs Christians

Ever since Roswell the concept of extraterrestrial beings and civilizations has caught our imagination. Is it true that we are not alone? Though the subject has turned into a... Read more

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  • How to Pray for Your Pastor

    Pray Your Pastor

    This is another recent challenge sent to me by Pastor Dick Hester—my friend. It was too great not to share. It’s a reminder of why and how we should all pray fo... Read more

    The 30 September 2011 by   Caryschmidt
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  • The Fate of Global Jihad a Decade After September 11th

    Fate Global Jihad Decade After September 11th

    Photo courtesy of iStockphoto. Photo credit: Lowell Gordon Photography This Sunday it will have been ten years since Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda network... Read more

    The 10 September 2011 by   Realizingresonance
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  • Neolithic Death & Paleolithic Life

    Neolithic Death Paleolithic Life

    It is well known that the modern world religions which trace their origins to the Axial Age are centrally concerned with death. Some might call this concern an... Read more

    The 14 September 2011 by   Cris
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  • Are You a Builder Or a Destroyer?

    Builder Destroyer?

    Two profiles of Christian leaders are spotlighted, center-stage in this tale. Both would call themselves servants of God. The Builder One is a giant—in every... Read more

    The 15 September 2011 by   Caryschmidt
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  • Aliens Vs Christians

    Aliens Christians

    Ever since Roswell the concept of extraterrestrial beings and civilizations has caught our imagination. Is it true that we are not alone? Though the subject... Read more

    The 14 September 2011 by   Lambsaved
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  • No Bull: The Mithras Cult & Christianity

    Bull: Mithras Cult Christianity

    In his 1880 Hibbert Lecture on the history of early Christianity, Ernest Renan commented: “I sometimes permit myself to say that, if Christianity had not carrie... Read more

    The 05 September 2011 by   Cris
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  • October and The Most Holy Rosary

    October Most Holy Rosary

    The month of October each year is dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary. This is primarily because the liturgical feast of Our Lady of the Rosary is celebrated... Read more

    The 28 September 2011 by   Stjohnpa
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  • Book Review: Diagnose Your Spiritual Health

    Book Review: Diagnose Your Spiritual Health

    I just completed reading one of the most practical, helpful, well-written books about the Christian life that I’ve ever read. I wanted to share it with you..... Read more

    The 28 September 2011 by   Caryschmidt
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  • Between Christian Rock & Science Hard Place

    Between Christian Rock Science Hard Place

    Yesterday on NPR, Talk of the Nation host Neal Conan conducted a fascinating interview (“Christians Divided Over Science of Human Origins“) with Daniel Harlow,... Read more

    The 23 September 2011 by   Cris
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  • Etruscan Rite & Roman Religion

    Etruscan Rite Roman Religion

    “Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains.” With this famous sentence, Jean-Jacques Rousseau begins his masterful critique of political power. Read more

    The 24 September 2011 by   Cris
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