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Judas Cøin

Meer millimeters hold me and my nose

                 back from funny faces

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               eleven years—is it here?

is it here, is it here? 71 more words

Writing

'Spiral Dynamics' & Discipleship

Why can’t we understand each other?

This question echoes in our minds after seemingly every contentious intellectual, religious, political, and ethical discussion nowadays. For instance, from my own context, I hear often from fellow investigators about the conflict and arduousness one experiences when reconsidering some of his or her perspectives, particularly when an idea might be in contradiction with thoughts they have grown up believing. 4,009 more words

Christianty

Christian fundamentalist schools ‘performed exorcisms on children and beat pupils in religious rituals’

Source: Independent

Exclusive investigation reveals serious concerns about how children taught at Accelerated Christian Education in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s were treated, as ex-pupils claim exorcisms were performed on children, pupils were beaten in religious ceremonies and girls were ‘groomed’ for marriage to older men… 237 more words

The Muslim Times

Federal court OKs Christian prayers at county board meetings

Source: Associated Press

By ALANNA DURKIN RICHER and EMERY P. DALESIO

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Elected officials may open public meetings by praying according to their chosen religion as long as they don’t pressure observers to join in, a divided federal appeals court ruled Monday. 446 more words

The Muslim Times

Faisalabad: Christians subjected to brutal torture on account of their faith

Source: Christians in Pakistan

Posted by Madeeha Bakhsh

Christians subjected to ruthless torture on account of their faith. The incident took place in Samundari a city in District Faisalabad. 174 more words

Asia

Christian woman hacked to death in India: Pakistan blasphemy law creeps

Source: Pakistan Christian Post

India: September 17, 2016. A mentally disabled Christian woman has been hacked to death outside her home in India for allegedly desecrating a Sikh holy book. 276 more words

Asia

Reimagining Europe as a drama between priest, sinner and infidel

Source: Economist

PLENTY of people have tried to use Christian imagery to portray or even explain the multiple strains suffered by the European Union and its monetary system. 288 more words

The Muslim Times