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I m just curious about faiths that doesn't include Rituals or Miracles, I for myself don't believe in the existence of rituals or miracles but i still believe in the hereafter I believe that god created a system for this world and have set a bunch of rules ( physics, math... etc ) so i don't see why he would break them before the judgement day, and i believe in prophets as some kind of knowledgeable persons
Where i live almost every...
Today is Guru Purnima, a Dharmic holiday that marks the birthday of Ved Vsaya, a holiday in which Hindus, Buddhists, and Jains revere their gurus.
Who is your spiritual teacher, or if you do not consider yourself spiritual, who inspires you? How did you select this individual? What difference have they made in your life?
I would start by saying that I like the Chinese people very much.
Indeed, during my higher studies, I Used to live with Chinese people, who are really very very friendly.
Also, prophet Muhammad said, seek knowledge even if it is in China. This saying reflects the high consideration of the ancient Chinese wisdom.
However, lately I have been thinking of this somewhat weird Idea :
"If the Chinese people were Muslims, we would not have Covid -19!!” Since as you all know, In Islam...
Or, Coronavirus as a Spiritual Metaphor
I was watching an argument between my mother and father (I'm 38, but never been financially successful, so I figured it was better to live at home that try to kid myself and wind up in debt, right now I'm glad I did though... this is a terrible time to live at an apartment). My dad had apparently set up an invite for friends to come to his house (mainly just two people, a husband and wife, I think). My mom buys into the whole mask notion, my dad's...
We're all aware of human nature for which sometimes people make things up and testify that something is true when it is in fact not true.
Another kind is a person may have actually witnessed something and testifies that it's true, but cannot prove it. Since it cannot be proven to others, it is not evidence until said evidence is discovered and confirmed.
This goes well with mass testimony as such as what we find with community-based religion where people testify in masse, but cannot...
Varying theologies and religions have diverse concepts of a God. As a theist, what would be your number one argument for the existence of God? Of course the response to this would naturally beg for a definition of what you think God is. Is he a transcended God, is he a man, is he a pantheistic God, or is he a panentheistic God? What ever your concept is, without looking at divinities like sometimes people make their own children their deity, what is your top notch argument for the existence...
Why are there so many contradictions in the gospel stories?
I'll try to post up one exhibit each day.
If any can explain these differences then that would be interesting.
In G-Mark Jesus had not started his mission nor had a single disciple with him when the Baptist was put in prison.
In G-John Jesus had found his disciples, performed miracles in Cana, stayed in Capernaum with his Mother, visited the Temple and caused a big rumpus, returned to Aenon where he was baptising...
I received this article in my e-mail a few days ago and I loved the simplicity of it, so I wanted to share it.
I am interested in any opinions people might have, or if they have similar or different beliefs about the afterlife I would like to hear those too.
What Will We Carry Into the Afterlife?
Jeff Ramey • Jun 30, 2020 • Spirituality
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"The traditional hypothesis is that approximately 4.5 billion years ago there was a collision between Earth and a Mars-sized proto-planet (named Theia). Most scientists believe that that collision shot a large portion of Earth's metal-poor upper crust into orbit, eventually forming the Moon.
One puzzling aspect of this theory of the Moon's formation, has been that the Moon has a higher concentration of iron oxides than the Earth -- a fact well-known to scientists. This particular research...
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