Personally, I entertain the Gnostic Bible, the Zohar and various Buddhist texts such as Awakening the Buddha Within. Despite the literal translation of the word religion meaning "again binding" I like to believe that religion is a way of forging a covenant with the lord to achieve: enlightenment, spiritual liberation and ascension. When I first began my studies I was devoted to the skeptical approach in all matters, however after reading the King James Holy Bible (a version prior to the 1980s) I discovered that not only do I have faith in a universal creator, but I also believe in the need for a savior of mankind. I did not stop reading at the Holy Bible and catholic/Christian prayers as many do, I delved into unfamiliar and more ancient (as well as new) literal territory. I developed a fondness toward Kabbalah, Buddhism, the Gnostic Coptic, the study of entheogen eucharists, scrying, divination and other modes of channeling the Holy Spirit. I found life much easier to cope with and a sense of the compassion of a loving god in all matters and manners of life. In the approach of embracing life with a dynamic and open creed I found it easier to maintain faith and devotion toward my lord and embrace the advances of science and medicine on common ground. While my circle and family are relatively small, I believe that the prior mentioned literature has brought me close to my loved ones and friends. Does anyone have personal recommendations for other literature , connotations, prayers and other methods of channeling?
by atomswifey7 years ago
This is not so simple to answer is it?How are we showing His love, demonstrating His love to people if we do not share His word to them?
by vector74 years ago
If you disagree with the Bible, please do not spam this thread.If you do you are being rude and I will quote the OP and report the issue for hupages to decide whether it violates forum rules or not.This thread is to...
by Stacie L4 years ago
Posted on December 13, 2012 at 2:23pm by Billy Hallowell According to the editors, King James I, the man behind the popular Bible translation, was a bisexual "known amongst friends and courtiers as...
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