Tags » Religious Leaders

Man and religion

We have many religions in the world. All proclaim that they have divine origins, that they come directly from God or the gods. Sometimes the religious founder proclaims to be divine or to be sent by God or to speak in the name of God while all other people – more than 99,999% – haven´t seen God, haven´t heard God talking and haven´t received any sign of God at all. 368 more words

Light & Darkness

HWPL, Cape Town: 6 Religious Leaders Pursuit for the Most Believable Scripture

HWPL, Cape Town, Exploring their Faiths: six Religious Leaders Pursuit for the Most Believable Scripture

Cape Town, South Africa – Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL, Chairman Man Hee Lee) hosted the ‘Peace This Together’ dialogue series at International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) Cape Town on July 30 2015. 450 more words

HWPL

Mocked, Merciless, Miraculous

In this last readings of Luke we find the Passion week relived. Each Gospel writer wrote from a different perspective and to a different audience. In the Passion Week we are given the events prior to Christ’s arrest, the trials and the crucifixion.  1,061 more words

15 In '15

Daily Riches: Killing Jesus (Hans Küng)

“What is it really that stands here between God and man? Paradoxically, it is man’s own morality and piety: his ingeniously devised moralism and his selective technique of piety. 427 more words

Awareness

Breaking Bread Together? Priceless.

Matterofprayer: A Year of Everyday Prayers – Thursday, July 16, 2015

Breaking Bread Together? Priceless.

Breaking bread together means so much. Meals shared in common were a sign of friendship, acceptance, fellowship. 230 more words

Hipster Rabbi Had Beard Before It Was Cool

Sources have revealed that 52 year old hipster rabbi, Menachem Bentzion, had a beard long before it was cool. The Hassidic leader reportedly grew his facial hair out long, without ever trimming it, decades before it became part of the modern look. 280 more words

Trends

Why Jesus Said, "If You Were Blind, You Wouldn't Be Guilty."

Jesus said, “If you were blind, you would not be guilty of sin; but now that you claim you can see, your guilt remains.” (John 9:41 NIV) 738 more words

Christian Living