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Near Death Experiences Are Divine Revelation.

Posted on November 23, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

For most men and women who have delved into the topic of near death experiences (NDE), the personal accounts shared by those who have come forward are fascinating, extraordinary, and hope-inspiring. 906 more words


A Church in Dialogue

“To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council’s Decree on Ecumenism, Unitatis Redintegratio in November, 2014, (1964-2014), the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), through its Episcopal Commission for Christian Unity, Religious Relations with the Jews, and Interfaith Dialogue, has published the following document: … 65 more words

Religious Education

How does the Bible understand other religions? (book review)

An evangelical theology of religions
By Daniel Strange
IVP. 383 pages. £19.99
ISBN 978 1 783 591 008… 508 more words

Book Review

Religious Unification in 16th Century India and the Prospect for Religious Unification Today

The United States constitution, developed in the 18th century, is admired for its tolerance and respect for religion, but it is not the first historical example of such tolerance, nor is the European Enlightenment. 757 more words


150 million Christians persecuted by Islam - Op-Eds - Arutz Sheva

“The number of persecuted Christians in the world is 150 million.” There are many other figures, terrifying and dramatic, in the pages of the “Black book of the plight of Christians in the world”, a unique initiative of French scholars and coordinated by journalist Samuel Lieven. 285 more words

World News

Higher education, gay rights and religion: Living by a different law | The Economist

SO MANY religious-freedom arguments are about the entitlement of sub-cultures, often mildly idiosyncratic ones, to exist. In a way, every religious group is a sub-culture—a community of people who agree to impose on themselves certain rules of behaviour, whether in respect of diet, sex, grooming, attitudes to the body, or how to spend time and money. 747 more words

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