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‘Christian’ columnist misinterprets 2 Corinthians 6:14 to justify unequally yoked marriages

Interfaith marriages have allegedly been increasing since 2010, according to Pew Research. And columnist Dana Trent of Patheos, who claims to be a Christian, thinks that’s a good thing for Christians according to her column featured in Time Magazine. Her viewpoint is why it is so important to focus on faith in Christ and his… Continue reading ‘Christian’ columnist misinterprets 2 Corinthians 6:14 to justify unequally yoked marriages

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UK Anglican church gets kudos from Diocese of Bristol for expelling yoga class

If you have been a genuine Christian for awhile, you know that taking a stand for the Lord Jesus will invoke the ire of unbelievers. In our times, many unbelievers think they are entitled to impose their will on us as if the body of Christ is supposed to be subject to the whims of… Continue reading UK Anglican church gets kudos from Diocese of Bristol for expelling yoga class

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Yoga not religious, ok for schools, judge rules

Judge John S. Meyer of the San Diego Superior Court in California released a decision today in a lawsuit filed by parents concerned that their kids’ school district was teaching kids yoga. Meyer pointed out in his ruling that (paraphrasing here) yoga is an American tradition stripped of its religious content and is therefore not… Continue reading Yoga not religious, ok for schools, judge rules

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Brilliant plagiarists: the path to one world religion

Are all religions essentially the same? Do passages in the Bible match what appears in Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, and other scriptures of other religions? If one were to listen to some religious leaders today, one would think so. But these are false assumptions because they tend to overlook two important facts regarding the scriptures of… Continue reading Brilliant plagiarists: the path to one world religion

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Indian officials ask evangelicals to leave India

The Times of India newspaper reported this week that three American Christian women–Shelly Louise Deeds, a nurse from Pennsylvania, Katelyn Heather Deeds,also from Pennsylvania, and Diane Geen Harrington,  a Wisconsin teacher–were approached by Indian authorities and were asked to leave the country.  Several Hindu organizations went to the police accusing the women of trying to convert… Continue reading Indian officials ask evangelicals to leave India

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Hatred of Christians is alive and well in India

“Hindu Extremists in India Target Christian State Official Hindu extremists in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh have brought the incidence of Christian persecution to an unprecedented high, including a slander campaign against the state’s chief minister, Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, a Christian. Sam Paul, public affairs secretary of the All India Christian Council, said… Continue reading Hatred of Christians is alive and well in India

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A quick comparison between Hinduism and Christianity

Hinduism originated in India and cannot be traced back to a single individual who started it.  It is a religion that began before Christ came to earth and is a conglomeration of various beliefs from Aryans who migrated to India mixed with the beliefs of indigenous people of India.  Its teachings may differ from sect… Continue reading A quick comparison between Hinduism and Christianity