Religion and Spirituality

Lessons from South Africa

WE REALLY discover our calling in life when we choose to live for the purpose God created us for and to become the person and people he wanted us to be. Black consciousness has expressed the need for blacks to distance themselves from white liberals in churches and universities in …

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THE VIOLET IS THE NEW HOLIDAY | White Evangelicals Lost Him – VC Reporter

by Paul Moomjeanpaulmoomjean@yahoo.com Growing up, I was brought up in a fundamentalist evangelical Pentecostal home. President Ronald Reagan had just started his presidency and Jim Bakker and Jimmy Swaggart were household names. Christian culture was by far my most influential culture. Over the years, my understanding of the Christian faith …

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What is Meghan McCain’s take on religion?

TV personality Meghan McCain is one of the popular co-hosts of The View who started gaining attention in 2007 with her blog McCain Blogette and then published Dirty Sexy Politics in 2010. The daughter of former Senator John McCain has long held popular opinions on various issues. Here is what …

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Jupiter transit 2021: The retrograde transit of Jupiter June 2021: Effects and signs of the zodiac and remedies

Jupiter is considered to be the ruler of all the planets. Jupiter also has special significance in Indian astrology. According to Indian astrology, Jupiter is considered the important factor of knowledge, philosophy, goodwill, religion, fame, wealth, marriage. Jupiter has an important role in all the auspicious works that occur in …

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The times of conspiracy theories and fake news

Dated: Thursday, June 10, 2021 Time: 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Location: Online Co-organized by St Mary’s University and the Association for Psychosocial Studies. We live in an age characterized by increasing political polarization, fake news, conspiracy theories and other forms of extremism. Social media such as Facebook, Twitter or …

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Religious News | News, Sports, Jobs

PASTOR SERVICE: Faith Fellowship Church of God, 388 E. Midlothian Blvd., Youngstown, will hold a memorial service today at 3 p.m. for former pastor Johnathan Mitchell. In 2020, after being hospitalized for more than 100 days to fight COVID-19 and other health issues, Mitchell returned to church to minister last …

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“The Paradigm of Connections” Connects Ancient Jewish Wisdom and Sanity

The most recent approach to modern mental health is perhaps only 3,000 years old – and is Jewish. In his new book, “The Connections Paradigm”, psychiatrist David H. Rosmarin explores an ancient concept in Jewish wisdom by claiming that humans are either connected or disconnected through three relationships in their …

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Ann Arbor Independent Bookstores

Ann Arbor is home to an incredible number of independent bookstores. From comics to antiques, this city has it all. Literary bookstore Website: https://www.literatibookstore.com/ Instagram: @literatibookstore Since opening in 2013, Literati has grown into an extremely popular bookstore with students and members of the community. It offers a wide selection …

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The Gita lessons for overcoming hard times – The New Indian Express

ISKCON India Youth Council, in collaboration with Bada Business, will host a free webinar on “Workplace Prosperity and Peace of Mind Through Bhagavad Gita in Times of COVID Crisis” for ages 15-35 on June 20. CEO and Founder of Bada Business, Vivek Bindra, said, “The webinar aims to bring the …

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A critique of the Apostles of Change

Review: Apostles of change Radical Latino politics, religious professions and the struggle to save the neighborhood By Felipe Hinojosa University of Texas Press Buy on Bookshop.org We remember the 1960s and early 1970s as a time of rapid social change, boundless optimism, and passionate activism. But some stories from that …

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