No it does not amaze me why the church/churches ares still going.
Many people will accept anything as truth.
The taliban are still living on a flat planet, and as this is a part of their religious belief cannot be convinced otherwise!
Were the early Christians indoctrinated? I suppose the threat of death can do that?
by Jack Lee6 months ago
In discussion here on hubpages, we hear some accuses religion people of being judgemental and more over accuses religious people of forcing their believes and policies on the American people through laws...That is not...
by Baileybear6 years ago
I'm reading Tania Levin's memoir about being in and out of a pentecostal megachurch (Hillsong - formed from AoG). It's a fascinating read, and I share a lot of her observations. Tania describes Hillsong as a cult...
by David Stillwell6 years ago
It seems with all of the religious controversy surrounding homosexual marriage, the question comes up that if gays were allowed to marry, in the same sense that heterosexual couples do, should the gay people be allowed...
by JKeiser5 years ago
We have a church in our town that has me worried. It is non-denominational, its targeted audience is families -- particularly with teenagers. The sermon is a pre-taped sermon from somewhere else. There is a worship team...
by DeadChurchRising5 years ago
I'm continually frustrated by churches that do not seem to be reaching those who are far from Jesus. Is it fair to say that these churches are dead or dying? How would you define a dead or dying church?
by Charles James7 years ago
If I were to accept God and embrace Jesus, which of the many churches on offer should I join?The Roman Catholic Church is the original and longest lasting. It has a clear perspective but it has to be confessed quite a...
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