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PM Sunak’s Hindu faith

An internal look at the faith of the British prime minister.

Christians are increasingly mixing and matching their faith in unexpected ways

Research from the first quarter of 2022 shows that in-person church attendance is only 36 to 60 % of what it was pre-COVID. One can wonder if church life is running to its end, or if people could find new ways to worship God.

American fundamentalists win

When we look at what is going on in the United States of America, it looks like the American fundamentalists are winning.

Growing up and moving on from fundamentalist roots #2

Many people their experience of religion is simply a quest for social order, group cohesion, and personal belonging,

Look It Squarely In The Eye, And Say….

Originally posted on Dr Austin Ejaife inspirit:
“If I were asked to give what I consider the single most useful bit of advice for all humanity, it would be this: Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life, and when it comes, hold your head high. Look it squarely in the eye, and say, “I…

What is happening in America to religion and to the language of faith

Writing about relationships, masculinity, philosophy and other analytical vagaries, Jaret Redfearn wonders why Americans are abandoning organised religion. For decades the United States American Government has been removing religious affiliations and cooperations from other public services, like schools. The founding fathers of the American nation were very religious and went to great lengths to protectContinue reading “What is happening in America to religion and to the language of faith”

About declining numbers who declare themselves as religious

Repeated reports of past abuses by church leaders has helped cripple the membership of several churches in recent years.

Is religion like a physical trait

Some people unrighteously regard religion as a physical trait because they do not see the real purpose of those who try to bring their power over others and who are not afraid to use violence to do so.

What about trusting our brother or sister

In this month\’s issue of Christadelphian Tidings Dave Jennings looks at Bro. Anthony Higginson who shared some helpful thoughts about trust and wrote  “Trust is the optimism of faith. Trust is a risk, a venture, an adventure. It has in it an element of inspiration. It is not blind, blundering chance. Faith, after all, isContinue reading “What about trusting our brother or sister”

Good time to sort out your friends and contacts

In these corona times we have to limit our contacts, keep social distance and have to keep ourselves healthy and safe. In life we meet lots of people in lots of different situations; We encounter good but also bad things. Bad events we best forget as soon as possible, but even better for the nextContinue reading “Good time to sort out your friends and contacts”