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Infant Baptism Exposed! Part 1

An article written by David J. Stewart on Jesus-is-Savior.com

Infant baptism is not a Scriptural doctrine.  It is not found in the Bible. There is not one example in the Bible of one single baby being baptized.  1,372 more words


The Dawning of Day: Gary's Story

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HA note: The author’s name has been changed to ensure anonymity. “Gary” is a pseudonym.

I like to think of my awakening as the sun rising rather than a light bulb being turned on. 771 more words


My weigh-in on the Cern/Hadron Collider issue

It’s an understatement that my interest was sparked once I read that the scientists at the Cern Hadron Collider say that they were going to use it to possibly make discover and make contact with other dimensions. 495 more words

Faith, Science, and the Journeys We Take

Note: the following was originally delivered as a sermon at the Congregational Church in Exeter on July 26, 2015.

In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth, the earth was a formless void and darkness covered the face of the deep, while a wind from God swept over the face of the waters. 1,823 more words


Faith, Doubt and Question

Call me a tyrant or inhumane,
Or cast my soul to the blaze,
If I am to ask a question,
Or am to doubt the ways… 184 more words


Lightbulb Moments: Small Glimpses, Part 2

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Some of us, when thinking about our “lightbulb moments”, didn’t have long stories to tell. Maybe there wasn’t an exact moment we could pin-point. 1,355 more words


Tibetan Man Kills Himself to Avoid Arrest in Shugden Statue Controversy

A young Tibetan has killed himself to avoid arrest by Chinese authorities over the destruction of a statue of a Buddhist “protector” deity denounced by Tibet’s spiritual leader the Dalai Lama in a long-running religious worship controversy, sources say.

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New Kadampa Tradition