Wolf Blitzer – prized journalist for CNN – made what some are affectionately referring to as a ‘teachable moment’ when he asked an atheist survivor (Rebecca Vitsmun) of the Moore, OK tornado:…Continue
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Viacom International, the media corporation owning MTV networks and numerable communications platform is spearheading an ambitious research endeavor. “The Next Normal” plans to be the largest, sharpest, and most…Continue
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Young adults take note that the North American Interfaith Network’s annual Connect conference offers substantial discounts when registering by June 15. This year’s events mark the 25th anniversary of the Canada-based organization planning on August 11 – 14 dates in Toronto with the banner “In Diversity is our Strength.”. Read…
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Home is a concept that has little to do with a physical building, but everything to do with the emotional, psychological and spiritual space that we each occupy. We live in this space no matter where we are geographically, and no matter what dwelling we inhabit.
Still, there is something to be said about the physical structure that becomes a home. It is a place where multiple people occupy tangible and emotional space together and are tied to it by common memories.
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A Hero of Mine
All of us can look back over our lives as educators and identify people who have been significant role models. One of those persons for me has been Huston Smith. Perhaps the most important American scholar of religions for five decades, Smith was born the son of Methodist missionaries in Dzang Dok, China, where he spent the first seventeen years of his life. Now ninety-three and confined to a chair in his assisted living apartment…Continue
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The matrix is the space that we as humans develop culturally. We are all human social beings, we are born into community, a world that exists beyond us, yet we influence it as we choose. The matrix is inescapable. To exist in isolation biologically the human would die off. To exist in isolation…Continue
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Modern Christian Spirituality : Christianity for our times.
We invite people to rediscover the essence that lies at the heart of
all spirituality. Christian Spirituality offers a liberating Gospel of
Love : the spiritual path that brings us great healing & happiness :
what we might call - salvation.
E s s e n c e o f M o d e r n C h r i s t i a n S p i r i t u a l i t y
The wellspring of Modern…Continue
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New York, Middle Atlantic state from the United states. It can be bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario plus the Canadian province of TKO Apparel Inc., ("TKO", the "Company") announced at this time the appointment of Wayne Righter as President of Sales for BONGO(R) Jeans.
Mr. Righter brings with him more than ten years of knowledge in…Continue
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If there is certainly one write of collection that your teen men object, you cognize it is their boys t shirts. Snug and suited for most occasions, boys of all ages bonk their favorites. Junior boys equal to keep friendly in boys weeklong arm t shirts, but teenagers ofttimes don't like them. Both boys give indispose humour characters dead into their teens, spell quite a few testament raise tattoo-style designs and designer logos on their tees. Boys t shirts are chinchy and very simple to…Continue
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The Life of a Layman
Full salvation is not possible for the layman unless, as the end approaches, he takes the vow of old age, containing the promise to die by voluntary self-starvation. And, according to the Digambaras, it is never possible for a woman unless she is first of all reborn as a man.
Jainism recognizes four sources of karma:
•Attachment to things of this life, such as food, clothing, lodging, women and jewels;
•Giving rein to anger, pride, deceit…Continue
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“On the Spiritual Road: Seeking Faith and Religion in the United States” is an exciting new Interfaith project that has started in Rochester, NY and may be coming to a city near you. Andrew Harrison is traveling the United States looking to interview people of different faiths. His goal is to learn about 12 religions and then humanize each of them. He wants to know how people chose their religion, what they love most about it, and how they practice their faith in today’s…
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Christian Scientists think of angels as bright ideas. Angels are moments of clarity and expanded consciousness, moments of fresh vision and creativity, broadened perspective, and infusions of loving inspiration. Christian Scientists, who think of God as pure Mind, a divine principle of loving consciousness, see the intellect as a portal of revelation.
I come from a line of Christian Scientists, educated people devoted to the art of learning, whose hearts and imaginations are fed by…Continue
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Spiritual Reflection For Friday 17th May 2013
There are benign entities with us, attentive to the efforts we make. When they see that we are sincerely trying to help, enlighten and support others, they come to help, enlighten and support us too, so that we may persevere with our…Continue
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Jesus was most recently portrayed in celluloid form by a Portuguese model with great hair.…Continue
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The Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions in partnership with the DePaul University Office of Religious Diversity is convening a special one hour solidarity circle for interfaith leaders to meet Catholic priest, Padre Alejandro Solalinde, and his Caravan Opening Doors To Hope.
Solalinde is traveling the U.S. with…
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(This is Part 2 of a 3-part series. See Part 1 here.)
There is another hot issue in a discussion about religion and the Bible: the question of who has authority over the telling of a narrative? How about The Bible miniseries on The History Channel? It’s a very confident little…Continue
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On a recent, overcast Thursday evening, I co-led a presentation in San Marcos, Texas, about creating a local, interfaith environmental network. I didn’t know what to expect; in retrospect, I guess I didn’t expect much. San Marcos is a small town compared to the other cities in which I’ve offered this presentation. I wondered whether enough people would even be interested.
We met in one of the basement…Continue
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