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I wonder about this a lot. If people lead a good life and follow what Jesus taught, does it really matter if they believe in Jesus or in God?
As a Baha’i, I believe it matters if people recognize Baha’u’llah, because otherwise Baha’u’llah would not have enjoined us to proclaim that He has come, but why does it matter if people recognize Him, as long as they lead a moral life and follow His teachings? What’s the big deal if they do not follow the Baha’i laws? If they are living by the...
Firstly one must identify the problem. Just one at a time because solving them all with one solution is impossible.
Global climate change. The planet's climate has been in constant change since it's birth. This affects everything on the planet. Species adapt or go extinct.
How does any religious bible written before they knew the problem solve the problem?
What would you call a person who is in contact with a demonic supernatural being? What type of person would attract a daemonic being?
And what would you call a person who is in contact with a heavenly supernatural being? What kind of person would attract a heavenly being?
I ask because I am in contact with a supernatural being but can’t be sure whether it’s demonic or heavenly
It's got to be one or the other, surely?
I asked how to tell the difference, in this thread:...
I read that atheism is always connected to the belief that there is no supernatural rather than just disbelief in deities (Zues, Jehovah, et cetera-not-force and cosmos et cetera). It is also said because these two are not based on objective evidence, there is no reason to believe it (thereby the basis of being an atheist comes from, supposedly).
My questions are:
Does atheism need to be connected with disbelief in all the supernatural (an addition to the definition perhaps?)
Millions of people repeat a prayer “Thy kingdom come”
Jesus told his followers to pray for God’s Kingdom.
At first, Jesus’ followers did not understand everything he said about the Kingdom. They once asked him: “Lord, are you restoring the kingdom to Israel at this time?” They were probably surprised when Jesus did not give them a direct answer. (Acts 1:6, 7)
What’s God’s kingdom?
Why do we need God’s Kingdom?Who is the King of God’s Kingdom?When will God’s Kingdom rule the earth?What will...
With the never ending USA election debacle dominating news headlines that simultaneously fascinates and disturbs, its time to gain solace from that old time religion.
The final sermon of Christ is known as the Olivet discourse where Jesus predicts the destruction of the Jewish Temple and events that will accompany His Return (the Parousia). The sermon is recorded in different ways in the three synoptic Gospels, Matthew, Mark and Luke. One verse in Matthew records the command to preach the...
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