There is, I believe, a good reason for the Christian religion
to discourage people from practicing mediumship or consulting mediums.
The general trends in the data over this eight-year period are clear: As the percentage of Americans identifying with a Christian religion
has decreased, the percentage with no formal religious identification has increased.
While The Christian Religion
was addressed to women, it is likely that Astell expected some male readers among her readership.
In December, outspoken blogger Alber Saber was sentenced to three years in jail for "contempt of the Muslim and Christian religions
" after prosecutors accused him of starting Facebook pages that offend both God and the Muslim and Christian religions
As Socialists, what interests us is not the right to practice the Christian religion
but the right to practice any religion," argued Kyriakos Mavronikolas (S&D, Cyprus).
He had left posters attacking the Christian religion
and Islam in the multi-faith prayer room at John Lennon Airport; posters which were certainly offensive, in the long tradition of dark British satire.
His thesis is that there has been a conspiracy to eradicate the Jewish people from the earth since the beginning of the Christian religion
Many writers from many denominations of faith in the Christian religion
speak out about abstaining from voting.
What the community of faith understands is that Israel is one of our most faithful allies, but also that Israel is the birthplace for Jewish religion, the Christian religion
, of our traditions," the former New York mayor said in a lengthy address to the Family Research Council, a conservative Christian umbrella.
These practitioners of guerrilla warfare were presumably subscribers to the Christian religion
Great gains for equality have been made within the Christian religion
, and I am confident that with the guidance of pioneers like Ms.
Why is it that it's always the Christian religion
which is mocked?
Martin Luther is very strongly recommended for all students of Christian religion
and history in general, and the Lutheran Church in particular, for its complete and thorough documentation of one man's relentless, tenacious
The Lost Sutras Of Jesus is very highly recommended reading, especially for dedicated students of the Christian religion
, Eastern philosophy, and apocryphal the path of Christ and his "missing years" prior to his ministry and death in Israel, granting its readers and invaluable translation of inspirational and engaging, near two-thousand year-old scripture.
Deftly edited by Lorraine Kisly (editor of the journal "Parabola" and who has studied the texts of the great religious traditions for the past quarter century), Christian Teachings On The Practice Of Prayer: From The Early Church To The Present, is an impressively thoughtful and thought-provoking collection of writings and scripts drawn from many significant figures with their insightful perspectives on the meditations and prayer of the Christian religion
as reflected in its rituals and practices.