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One-Quarter [of Americans] Say God will Determine the Super Bowl’s Winner—but Nearly Half Say God Rewards Devout Athletes
One In Four Americans Believe God Decides Outcome Of Sporting Events, Study Says
Maybe this should go in the "Jokes" section...
"You are a host, and your job is to entertain your guest."
He said something like. "Here you are judging me and telling me I'm an entertainer. I don't go to church to entertain them, I go to church to spread the word of God. Go away. I don't want to talk to you."
Anyways, I know this guy because he goes to my gym. And one day I decided to talk with him about religion which I usually don't. What I told him was I believe that every priest of every religion is a host who entertains his...
In my studies from undergraduate school from studying Peter Abelard to Al-Ghazali, to Averroes (Ibn Rushd) to Ikhwan Al-Safa all the way to David Hume I found it essential that the philosophical principles of atheism which is secular humanism, is essential to expanding one's mind from the greater environment to the whole of it. In mentioning David Hume although his writings weren't wholly atheist, his focus was merely on the skepticism of religion. I personally think we should continually...
i just found this article, about a survey that was given to Americans who identified as Christian. It is sort of funny.
This is exactly the kind of dung which the fanatic Muslims preach. This article shows that such crap is also in other religions
In footage broadcast by Hadashot news on Tuesday, Rabbi Yosef Kelner was seen disparaging women with careers as “gorillas” to yeshiva students at the West Bank settlement of Eli.
“They are weak minded. They just babble, that’s it. Women’s babble,” Kelner told students.
Rabbi tells IDF recruits women ‘weak minded,’ incapable of spirituality
But Christ has rescued us from the curse pronounced by the law. When he was hung on the cross, he took upon himself the curse for our wrongdoing. For it is written in the Scriptures, "Cursed is everyone who is hung on a tree."
Basically, the questions I would ask Christians stem from the underlined parts of the verse.
Question 1: What is the curse pronounced by the law?
Question 2: What scripture is this written in?
Question 3: What scripture is the tree detail referencing?
Since we are at the “end times” what are the revelations promised by Daniel 12:10?
Since we are at the “end times” when “they finish shattering the power of the holy people” /Judah (Daniel 12:7), which happened in 1967, whereas Judah took back possession of all Jerusalem, where now is the unveiling of the prophecies of Daniel 12:10. Judah crushed the “feet of iron and clay” a coalition of Russia (iron) and the surrounding countries of Psalm 83:4-8, the clay, as stated in Daniel 2:34 &...
What do you guys think? I mean it does look like a monotheistic religion, but if you look at the other side, doesn't it look like a polytheistic religion, as well? Apparently, Christians like to worship a supernatural being other than God, like Mary for example or St Christopher. Many tens if not hundreds of millions of Christians carry around Mary or St Christopher talismans. They may be seen on neck chains and on car dashboards throughout the world. They are often called charms because...
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