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Christianity and 'The Donald' Are Incompatible (aka: Christian Hypocrisy)

Better to sleep with a sober cannibal than a drunk Christian. ~Herman Melville

The greatest detriment to the growth of Christianity is self-proclaimed Christians who preach Jesus with their words while denying Him with their actions. 466 more words

Christianity

Ramadaan Series {Day 6} - Praying Salaah on Time

When the Prophet (saw) was asked what the MOST beloved action to Allah was, he (saw) would consistently answer, “Prayer performed on time.” (Bukhari, Nasaai). 170 more words

Islam

Fight Yourself First

Whether its writers like Orwell and Nietzsche or mystical movies like Starwars and Kung-Fu Panda, they have all touched on the oft-repeated idea, now also acknowledged in pop culture; that we become the the object of our hate and the force, person or character that we set out to fight. 422 more words

Qommentary

The Wickedness & Hypocrisy of Hiding Sin

Proverbs 28:13 “He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy.” – Concealment of sin delivers no one from God’s wrath, but God will show mercy to the humble penitent. 1,489 more words

Christian Life

Our Government Doesn't Care; Think About this Fact when You Vote in November

December 14, 2012 in Newtown, Connecticut; the location, Sandy Hook Elementary School; the body count, 20 first graders and six educators. The shooter; a white, domestic terrorist. 231 more words

School Shootings and Spiritual Bromides

Another high school shooting, another response with the perfunctory, “You are in our thoughts and prayers.”  This bromide is now catching a lot of flak, especially when coming from politicians who obviously prefer a glib, meaningless bromide rather than any commitment to addressing a politically-divisive issue.  417 more words

Christianity

Gratitude ≠ love

Gratitude is not love.

I hear many sermons telling “Christians” that they should be doing good works because that’s what Christians are supposed to do. Often accompanied by talk of how much God has sacrificed to save them, so they should worship (serve) him out of gratitude. 603 more words

Theology