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A religion is a set of beliefs and practices, often centered upon specific supernatural and moral claims about reality, the cosmos, and human nature, and often codified as prayer, ritual, or religious law.

What is the YOGA? Is it a science? Is it an art? Is it a philosophy? Is it a religion?Is it a non-religion? What is it after all...?
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What is the peace-for-all-prayer in the yajurvaeda? Read the article to find out.
This article is a brief examination of some of the “Signs of the End of the Age” as prophesied by Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew, chapter twenty-four.
The Biblical folklore concerning angelic beings describes a complex and separate form of living entities with structured powers, purpose, and a defined hierarchy. This article discusses the concepts that may have created a need for other heavenly creatures to be written into the mythology of Christianity. The notion that the Abrahamic religions, such as Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are monotheistic religions is contradicted by the belief in so many Gods and holy beings.
Theosophy, Anthroposophy and Swedenborgianism have had a reasonable amount of influence on modern day life: Theosophy brought many Buddhist and Hindu texts to the west, Anthroposophy brought new forms of teaching and mystical elements of Christianity to the mainstream, and Swedenborgianism has influences on philosophy and poetry. This article explores all three schools, and their respective societies and churches.
It is a sin to be unthankful. We hurt others deeply by being unthankful and it is a blot on our character. Not only does the Bible teach thanksgiving toward God but also love and kindness toward one another which includes being thankful to one another for the good done to us.
The Parable of the Talents teaches us that God expects us to use what he has given us in the form of abilities and go to work but it also teaches us that fear can get in the way. Fear and faith do not mix.
In the Parable of the Tares Jesus taught us that there is no middle ground to be had in life. We seek for a gray area that is neither black nor white desiring salvation for those who cannot have it. We seek in vain.
Trying to understand mainstream Christianity
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