Lady Luck is its superstitious deity. It is not in God that the gambler trusts, but in money. Source: The way gambling serves as a substitute for true religion - The Christian Post
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This seemingly endless debate in modern America has erupted once again as Vice President Mike Pence called the nation to pray for wisdom for the task force to protect the U.S. from grievous harm from a potential pandemic. Source: Ask Dr. Land: Was it OK for VP Pence to call for Coronavirus Task Force prayers? … Continue reading Ask Dr. Land: Was it OK for VP Pence to call for Coronavirus Task Force prayers? – The Christian Post
By Michael J. Brooks The Apostle Paul’s familiar exhortation to “greet one another with a holy kiss” reflects a customary Mid-Eastern and first-century greeting (Romans 16:16). Those from other nation Source: REFLECTIONS: Showing affection in church | The Trussville Tribune
And that was six years ago! Source: The 17% | The Vortex
Because of my strong spiritual beliefs, I feel greatly offended and insulted by the Christian evangelicals/fundamentalists who, in the name of “religious liberty”, want to take away our freedoms. Source: Letter: Re: the Feb. 14. article “Letter: Well, here's another nice mess you've gotten me into” | Letters to the Editor | tucson.com
Subramanian Swamy said that unlike Hinduism, Islam and Christianity do not believe that all religions lead to God. - Latest India News from Opindia.com Source: Unlike Hinduism, Islam and Christianity do not believe all religions lead to God: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy
It is no coincidence that the story of the Garden of Eden is about the loss of ‘innocence’ – Adam and Eve were the peoples that lived prior to their tragic immersion in a State. When States first appeared, as the archaeological evidence shows, people became hungrier, they were exploited, they were subject to hierarchy … Continue reading Religion is a Repeating Chapter in the History of Politics – CounterPunch.org
John Compere Source: The troubling history between liberty and religion
You've got to ask yourself: Why?