How much does a Local Myth affect the lives of those who believe?
How do You deal with Not Understanding?
by Ajin Mahenthiran 5 years ago
How does religion affect our everyday lives?I know that religion is an important part of everyone's life and it makes a huge difference but my question is how do we come to believe it? Moreover my question is leading to why is it that we can easily believe in religion and god but we easily doubt...
by Irfan 2 years ago
Being colour blind; how much does it affect your daily lives?Which colours do you have problems seeing and how does it affect you in your normal lives. Also, what do you do when faced with a problem such as traffic lights or choosing a fruit in a supermarket?
by Neha J 5 years ago
Salvation is free for all, regardless of your religion, faith, country of origin, your ethnicity, cast, creed or your language, it is free for all. Jesus paid the price. Just believe that Jesus came to this world, died for our sin and resurrected on the third day. He paid the...
by charlie 5 years ago
Why do the Signs Not follow Most of those Professing to be Ministers of The Gospel?Scripture tell us that these signs WILL follow (all) those who believe and are baptized. Why do we not see these signs following the majority of those professing to be ministers? Or most...
by MissMelissaK 3 years ago
I struggle with Calvinism. When I meet Calvinists though, I can't help but see Jesus!I struggle with Calvinism because of the predetermination. I believe in free will BUT Calvinism believes God has chosen whom he has chosen out of grace. But that leads to my question, where is the...
by maestrowhit 9 years ago
Without delving into a lot of deep studying on the origins of words, I'll make a suggestion. Could it be that Jesus was redefining what God is when He called Himself the Son of Man?THink about it: He often referred to God as His Father, right? And then He refers to Himself as the Son of Man....
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