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“And can any of you by worrying add a single hour to your span of life? … Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin… So do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring worries of its own.
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In my reader, I stumbled across this piece on famous people who were admitted into an asylum. The case of John Thomas Perceval interested me most, both because he wrote a book which was helpful to the field of psychology about his time in the asylum, and because the man suffered from a religious mania. 623 more words
BOKO HARAM IN T.B. JOSHUA'S SYNAGOGUE...IS THE CONFESSION REAL OR ARRANGED?...WHEN WILL THE POLICE PICK UP THE CONFESSOR?
Boko Haram confesses before T.B Joshua, reveals failed plans to bomb the church
I have my reservations about all these confessions and deliverance…but some of you will find this interesting. 982 more words
In Ireland, people often refer to ‘God’, flippantly or otherwise, as ‘the man above’. This is emblematic of the common view of a separate, person-like God – a kind of great humanoid in the sky, or a chief executive who can be taken to task for allowing bad things to happen. 322 more words
This e-mail came this morning. The Christian Scientists will be out in full-force, trust me.
Dear CHILD Members and Friends:
We’ve just learned that HR1814, the bill to give everyone an exemption from buying health insurance if they have “sincerely-held religious beliefs” against medical care, will go to the House floor tomorrow under suspension of the rules. 219 more words