Much theology and spirituality is based on physical objects going in cycles in space. Forgetting that they were created by a being with free will. And so do not really offer any great objectivity.
Theology and spirituality that is heavily dependent on dates can trap it's followers in the physical realm in unpleasant ways. Enemy armies are known for attacking on special dates as this when followers are often unprepared.
The malcontented are known for their strong taste for one-off things that give large rewards. They will heavily infiltrate anything of this nature.
People who show disapproval in regard to great indulgence on special dates or at special events are often seen as beings who disapprove of free will enjoyment. But is that so? Being part of cultures that tell you when and where you may enjoy yourself and and when and where you must work hard would appear to be rather more of that nature.
by Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago
Unhappily, secularism has continued its unabated march to fog the once pristine American landscape of perspicacious clarity afforded by spiritual belief.Secularists of all stripes and color has become quite audacious to the point of insolence in propagating their...
by Castlepaloma 4 years ago
May make this into a hub.We are Living organism transforming energy, and we move using the same basic forces of the Stars and raindrops. Our collection of stories and ideas serve a purpose and influence best through our love and respect into our most intimate Soul. Everything mankind has ever...
by Kathryn L Hill 4 years ago
Spirituality "The term spirituality lacks a definitive definition, although social scientists have defined spirituality as the search for "the sacred," where "the sacred" is broadly defined as that which is set apart from the ordinary and worthy of veneration."...
by MissMelissaK 4 years ago
Is anyone else concerned about dangerous theology?There is a new theology out there that says being good means NOTHING. Jesus died for your sins and all you have to do is believe in him. That's it. Nothing more and nothing less. It has nothing to do with being...
by graceinus 5 years ago
Would you rather have degree in theology or understanding of God word through the Holy Spirit?For myself I have no need nor desire for a degree in theology that is obtained from some university. Understanding and learning the word of God through personal study with the guidence of the Holy Spirit...
by andrew savage 4 years ago
What is the difference between a cult and a religion?
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