Do Not Believe All You Read In The Holy Books
Observation shows that human creative activity has a physical, a social and a spiritual aspect. (By human creative activity I mean useful and constructive activity by human beings).
Do We Really Need God?
The human being is endowed with ability. We have the capacity to do things.
What That 70s Show Taught Me About Christianity
What in the world could I have possibly learned about Christianity from "That 70's Show"? I'm sure that's what everyone is thinking right about now.Well today I was watching it and the episode was about the family going to church and generally their take on religion.
The Purpose of Creation: the Kabbalah of Transformation
"I want to know how God created this world. I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element.
Tsunami: Where was God?
The powerful tsunami that on Dec. 26, 2004, hit the lands in and surrounding the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Bengal, and the South China Sea caused terrible devastation and immediate loss of thousands of lives, followed by an aftermath in which tens of thousands more perished.
The Tsunami: A Wake-up Call
In looking back on the year that has just ended-a year filled with the horrors of war and of natural disasters such as last fall's hurricanes-one would have to be callous not to mention the earthquake and tsunamis. The devastation seems to get worse every hour as new reports, images, and statistics come in.
A Call to Action
Over the last week I have received dozens of heart-rending and thought-provoking responses to my latest article, and I am thankful for each of them. Personally, I believe the tsunami and its aftermath is the most serious issue now facing humankind.
A Partnership With God
Hey, God is trying to partner with you! He wants you, to invite Him, into your life. God says: Draw nearer to me; and I will draw nearer to you (James 4:8).
Mystery, not Myth: Jesus Christ is real!
In the children's section of any bookstore, books on the birth of Jesus stand next to Cinderella and Jack and the Beanstalk. The same parents who describe Santa Claus so convincingly also tell their children of Another who knows if they've been "naughty or nice.
Christs Dependability: Count on It!
Heb. 13:8 says, "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.
The Emmaus Journal ~ Strangers In A Strange Land
The Emmaus Journal
Strangers In A Strange LandDo you often feel like an Alien? In fact, have you recently inquired if you were
really still on Planet Earth? Do the things of this World just seem more and more
foreign to you? Well, Dear Friend, you are in good company! Our Apostolic Brother Paul felt the
same way and said the same things. Perhaps in a different language, but it is still
relative for today.
The Emmaus Journal ~ The Standards Of This World Are Not Our Standards
The Emmaus Journal
The Standards Of This World Are Not Our Standards
How often do we hear this righteous phrase and how often do we really
heed this righteous phrase? "The standards of this World are not our
standards." As Believers these few words should mold our very existence from day
The Emmaus Journal ~ What Kingdom Are You Looking For?
The Emmaus Journal
What Kingdom Are You Looking For?The awe inspiring chapters in Hebrews which we have fondly labeled the Hall of
Faith tells a wonderful tale of past history all for our encouragement and edification.Hebrews 11: 13- 16, quotes .
How the Christian Right is Blowing It
I am not a particularly pious person and I certainly don't go for the religious ceremony of things like Inaugurations and Graduations. It has always been my belief that we should do our alms in a closet.
The Lost and Found
When we think in terms of what it means for man to be lost, we are immediately confronted with the fact that it is as sad a description as could ever be given to human beings. A sick person may get well; a crippled person may adjust to his infirmity; an indebted person may pay off his debt; an illiterate person may educate himself.
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