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Cheshvan: Turning the Bitter into Greatness

6 hours agoReligion / Judaism : Aish.com

The spiritual growth we’ve harnessed this past month is available throughout the year.

A Reading List on Implicit Bias: Gender

One of the first posts I ever wrote for Daylight Atheism, “On Presuppositions“, discusses how implicit prejudices about race and gender influence our actions – even among people who don’t consciously endorse those prejudices. The post discussed the famous Implicit Association Test, which shows among other things that the vast majority of people take less […]

Dystopia Journal #10: Deathbed Confessions

Republicans are beginning to fear World War III, yet even now they can only speak their mind in whispers.

We Just Fully Blocked Muslim Ban 3.0!

Now it's up to Congress to pull the plug on this endless game.

Sarah Silverman Discusses Extremism with Former Westboro Baptist Church Member

I loved this line: "Extremists generally are not psychopaths. They’re psychologically normal people who’ve been persuaded by bad ideas."

Shalom, Amigos: The Changing Faces of Christian Zionism

How Hispanic evangelicals hope to become Israel’s best friends. When Tony Suarez lost his wife to cancer last year, the Passover song he learned at his first Seder meal only months before became his anthem. Just as the Jewish peopleShow More Summary

3 Ways Pastors and Church Leaders Undermine Themselves on Social Media

Church leaders need to be in social media spaces Social media use is pervasive in American culture today. The various social media platforms we use are the 21st century version of the town square—they are modern-day spaces to exchange...Show More Summary

National Cat Day

National Cat Day. Another man made holiday for cats. Actually this is to raise awareness for homeless cats and for people to adopt a cat. #CatDay #NationalCatDay The post National Cat Day appeared first on Courageous Christian Father. Read the full article at National Cat Day ©2004-2017 by Steve Patterson of Courageous Christian Father.

LOOP: Controversial bishop rumored for DC spot

McELROY TO DC?  A controversial bishop who called faithful Catholics “a cancer in the Church” is rumored to be in the running for archbishop of Washington, DC. http://cvote.it/2gqQIiZ HEALTH CARE  Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-TN, crafted a deal with Sen. Patty Murray, D-WA, that would restore government payments to insurers to prevent a large spike in premiums for the [...]

Millennial Mormons Abandon Political Labels In The Age Of Trump

In interviews with HuffPost, Utah college students said they were increasingly turned off by both the Republican and Democratic parties.

Wednesday Link List

Not a major news week, but that left us room to probe deeper online for some unique material for your perusal. Challenging “New Earth” eschatology: Hugh Ross weighs in on whether or eternal home is ‘up there’ or ‘down here.’ In this paragraph he argues the need for a larger habitat: “My reading of the […]

Cheshvan: Facing the Ordinary

13 hours agoReligion / Judaism : Aish.com

Now is the time to put into action all the hopes, prayers and resolutions we made at the start of the Jewish New Year.

Diwali Gharonda – Miniature House Made by Girls during Diwali

13 hours agoReligion / Hinduism : Hindu Blog

The word Gharonda (??????) is associated with the word Ghar or house. It is the miniature... [Visit original source www.hindu-blog.com to read the entire content and more such articles.]

Never subservient to our thoughts

17 hours agoReligion / Buddhism : The Zennist

Often to read about Zen and Mahayana Buddhism is also to try to make everything we study subservient to thought (especially our thoughts) as if our thoughts about Zen and Buddhism are the ultimate arbiter. But going deeper into our....

Jim Bakker: Critics Who Quote Me Verbatim Will Eventually Have To Answer To God

If Jim Bakker really wanted people to stop mocking him, he should stop saying things worth mocking.

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