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Kuntur kuyashkamanta/ The Condor Who Fell in Love

Kuntur kuyashkamanta/ The Condor Who Fell in Love is written and illustrated by Alfonso Toaquiza, a native of Ecuador and a member of the indigenous community of Kichwa.   860 more words


A Message For American Voters.

By Jerry Alatalo

“Are you not ashamed of heaping up in the greatest amount of money and honor and reputation, and caring so little about wisdom and truth and the greatest improvement of the soul, which you never regard or heed at all?” 456 more words

Earth Matters

World Religions: Hinduism Book Questions

Om Shanti!

I was going through some old files from when we homeschooled our stepson (Big Brother) and found a BUNCH of content I had created to go along with books he was using for learning from the library. 278 more words


No Triangulation in the Trinity

Romans 5:1-5

For preachers, Trinity Sunday is perhaps the most feared Sunday of the year.  It exposes us.  It shows our deepest, most hidden (and maybe even treasured) heresies.  1,989 more words


The Cosmic Capsule and other inventions

Welcome to Russia! I love the shower in my central Moscow hotel called Hotel Suharevsky. http://www.hotelsuharevsky.ru

When I go to take a shower, I feel like I’m stepping into a cosmic capsule that will launch me into the universe. 387 more words

Christianity: It Has An Expiration Date

The three big monotheistic religions are never going to be compatible with actual homosexuality, physical liberation, etc, so I have always wondered just why certain people – particularly, as always, the ever clueless Americans- try to juggle them both. 2,128 more words


India, Cleansing, Biblical Theology and Listening

Another very full Wednesday. Thanks for the second year apprentices keeping going and engaging with it all and to our different facilitators including guest Dr Kevin Oberlin. 137 more words