Religion and Philosophy
Shiphrah and Puah: Two Biblical Women Who Deserve More Credit
Shiphrah and Puah, the midwives who saved the Hebrew boy babies deserve more credit than most preachers and Bible teachers give them. If it had not been for them, there would not have been a Moses to deliver the Hebrews out of slavery after 430 years.
Revealing What Will Actually Make Your Faith Incredible
Are you faced with problems that seem insurmountable, Problems not of your making but of circumstances you are faced with- Be of good cheer and know that there is always a victorious way out when you know who to turn to for help and for strength. There is only One who is always there for you .
The Strange Case of a Woman with Wires Emerging from Her Stomach
Something hard to stomach.
Living Out the Centrality of the Gospel (I Corinthians 9)
God and the gospel of Jesus Christ should be the center of our lives. In I Corinthians 9, Paul showed how he made the gospel his number one priority by the way he lived. He gave up his rights as an apostle, limited his freedoms and served for an eternal reward rather than one that is perishable.
Nine Paradoxes of a Nuclear War
The threat of nuclear war and the spectre of World War III have loomed large in the consciousness of the world in recent times. A war involving atom bombs can only inflict unimaginable horrors on humankind. There are paradoxes associated with a nuclear conflict, though. We look at some of these.
Prophet Mohammed 's Biography: The Most Influential and Virtuous Figure Setting Foot on This Globe ( Part 2)
this this third part of the auto biography of the Prophet Muhammad.
Prophet Muhammad 'S Biography: The Most Influential and Virtuous Figure Setting Foot on This Globe ( Part 1)
If you are yearning to know about our prophet Muhammad, just read these series of articles to know its biography in a very simple and amazing narration. This is part 1.
How to Pray Always: Seven Methods
To learn the art of prayer is to gain an eternal skill. Acquiring this ability involves constant practice. The Scriptures encourage us to pray always as do the saints. Yet, how is this possible? This article studies seven different methods of constant prayer.
Echoes of Eden at the Tower of Babel
The Tower of Babel event depicts Humanity's collaborative attempt at creating its own Eden separate from God. The sinister serpent in the forbidden tree of the garden scene is replaced by a tyrant, Nimrod. in the Babylon story. This article will flesh out the details connecting these two narratives.
I Am Not Religious; I Am a Child of the King.
Being religious has become the opiate of the masses within Christendom, as outward appearances are needed to mask the emptiness of their souls. The benefits of being found religious are numerous as it pertains to the life in the here and now but ends by being joined to the wicked in judgment.
That You May Be Able to Endure It
Temptation is not sin. I get tempted. Everyone does. It is part of the fabric of being human, even believers. And I might think that this temptation is unique to me. That I need to work my way through it in my own way. That's just my pride. "I got this. No one can help me."
In Memoriam: Tribute on the First Anniversary of My Sister's Death
Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote a long poem entitled "In Memoriam" giving his views about death. Samuel Cullen Bryant wrote "Thanatopsis" which is his view of death. This is "My Tribute" on the first anniversary of my sister's death.
It was always the intention of God to dwell among us his people in Rest. Psalms 132: 13-15 For the Lord has chosen Zion, He has desired it for His habitation. This is my resting place forever. Here I will dwell for I have desired it.
Your Blessings Are Paid For! Receive Them Today.
We believers try to earn the blessings that are already paid for on the Cross. Jesus died on the cross that we may have abundant life on earth. This article will help you see through the eyes of God and receive your long awaited blessings.
History and Functions of Demonology for Idiots: Part 2
In today's edition of Demonology for Idiots we talk about having demons as pets, what animals like cats and rabbits represent in relation to demonology, as well as talk about how music is the creation of the devil.
The Essential Gist and Indispensable Character of the Quran: Al-Fatihah
The heart of Quran is essentially centered in the opening part of Al-Fatihah (Quran, 1: 1-7). It is compassionately and mercifully abstracted on the first chapter containing eight essential gist as its indispensable characters.
History and Functions of Demonology for Idiots: Part 1
History of Demonology and how it became what it is today.
Coffee Fortune Telling
Many practices came to us from ancient times, but one of the most popular ways to tell fortune that is used all over Eastern Europe and Turkey includes Coffee Fortune Reading. A simple practice that can be mastered by anyone and practiced at home.
Western Demonology up to the Middle Ages
From selling your soul to the devil on a crossroad at night to binding the spirits of hell to your will, the notion of working with demons came to us in narratives from before the middle ages. In this article, we explore the history of demonology before the middle ages.
Advice from 119-Year Old Woman: "Be Yourself"
People who live long lives usually have interesting things to say about what they eat, what they drink, and their lifestyle. Read what two of the longest-living women had to say about their longevity.
The Gospel According To Ants
Myrmecologists claim that there are about 12,000 species of ants in the world. That's a lot to think about. And we don't want them around, right? But even these tiny, annoying creatures can teach important insights worth learning. Find out from this article what they are.
Paul's Teaching Concerning Divorce (I Corinthians 7:10-24)
Paul's view of marriage was based upon his understanding of the Old Testament book of Genesis and by His knowledge of what the Lord Jesus Christ taught. Marriage, to him, is a covenant that is between two people for a lifetime and one that cannot be easily broken.
Why Do We Have Suffering?
Suffering is a natural phenomenon among humans. Everyday, we see different types of human suffering in varying degrees or intensities. Discover in this study the answers why we suffer and how these can help us face life with more confidence.
Few Lessons Learnt During the Period of Birth of Jesus (Part 9)
"When he arose, he took the young child and his mother by night, and departed into Egypt:" (Matt. 2:14)
Aristotle’s Thought on Tragedy and Analysis of the Tragedy in Sophocles Oedipus the King
In his extensive writings on tragedy, Aristotle argues that tragedy is one and the same with poetry. For this reason, he argues, tragedy is a form of imitation.However, he contends that the form of imitation found in tragedy is different from that which is found in other forms of poetry in the sense
Review of the Book: "Praying Backwards"
The Bible tells us to "pray without ceasing" (1 Thessalonians 5:17). From the pulpit, preachers tell us to pray. Bible teachers tell us to pray. Now there is a book that tells us to pray backwards because we have been praying the wrong way.