Christianity

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'Dead Man Walking' – Here's Why We're All on Death Row

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A Difference In Nature We're all 'born to die'. Why? What kind of sense does that make? Christianity teaches that Jesus came to die in our place. We know He died, but what does that mean? To properly understand the death of Jesus, and the death of man, we first need a correct understanding of […]

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May 21, 2011: Family Radio, Harold Camping, and the end of the world » Caffeinated Thoughts

May 21, 2011: Family Radio, Harold Camping, and the end of the world » Caffeinated Thoughts

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May 21st, 2011 will be here soon. The date is just a few weeks away now. Perhaps you pay attention to religious matters in the news. If you do, you‘ve no doubt heard that date marks the beginning of the end of the world. at least it does according to Harold Camping of Family Radio. […]

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Australian Politics

Australian Politics

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What did the diggers fight for? V8s and meat pies – or sushi and modern art? We owe Jim Wallace a debt of gratitude for helping us straighten things out, says Ben Pobjie Christians are everywhere these days — in our schools, in our shopping centres, even in our churches! But of all the Christians […]

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Evolution – II/II « Reflections in Stained Glass

Evolution – II/II « Reflections in Stained Glass

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II – The Reasons On a day-to-day basis, we do not see creatures evolving. We do not see millions of years going by, planets being formed, or any such thing. so it makes quite a bit of sense that there are Christians today who do not believe in evolution. But if you are a Christian […]

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How did the easter bunny form and why?

How did the easter bunny form and why?

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I love easter *I don't believe in the bunny but younger kids such as my sister does* and she wants to know how and why. here is your answer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_bunn… read this link.. its rather interesting http://www.socyberty.com/Holidays/The-Fe… you will note that the origin of the bunny predates Christianity. I think the whole thing will fascinate […]

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Will pastor Terry Jones receive a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for commentary on a religion?

Will pastor Terry Jones receive a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for commentary on a religion?

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Or does that only work if you insult Christianity or Judaism? No. Such grants are carefully scrutinized for political correctness, only going to imams supported quietly by the wahhabi Saudis, to finance their global proselytization campaigns to make the Usa "sharia-compliant." Plus, it seems Pastor Terry is caucasian, born of American citizens in America, and […]

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Elmo's Blog: temptations of jesus

Elmo's Blog: temptations of jesus

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Walking the earth as a man subjected Jesus to all things common to humanity. Jesus after being filled with the Holy Spirit (Luke 3:22 NKJV), Matthew 6:13 "And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from the evil; "the Gospels speak of a time of solitude for Jesus in the desert immediately S – […]

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Insanity, Thy Name Is LissaChelle.: Thou Shalt Screw Thyself With a Chainsaw.

Insanity, Thy Name Is LissaChelle.: Thou Shalt Screw Thyself With a Chainsaw.

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Wow. I haven't been on this thing in ages. Shouldn't they delete your account after a period of time? But seriously, all randomness aside, I just want to talk about something that's on most people's minds most of the time. Whether you follow it or don't give a flying fuck about it, it manages to […]

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Denzel makes another hit movie with 'The Book of Eli'

Denzel makes another hit movie with 'The Book of Eli'

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Christianity in movies is a divisive subject. Too little of it in a "spiritual" movie and the film feels empty; too much and it feels "preachy." Balancing story, substance and spirituality in a movie can be a challenge, but "The Book of Eli" pulls it off very well. Directed by Albert and Allen Hughes, the […]

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