What was the first religion? - Paleolithic society provides the first evidence of religious belief. Ecological conditions show how it began 100,000 years ago.
How was the universe created? What’s our purpose here on Earth? Is there an afterlife? Or does the mind simply vanish after death? Throughout the centuries people have asked themselves these questions, and some have used religion as a way to get...
"The world is not the world when it is separated from God. God must be in the world and the world in God.” —D. T. Suzuki
The Annunaki is the name of powerful Sumerian Gods who are believed to be involved in the development of modern day human beings. According to Sumerian texts, the annunakis came from a earth like planet Niribu, which is also known as planet X.Though NASA has not found any evidence of the existence...
In this article we will look at the teachings of the World Mission Society Church of God from Korea. NOTE: Use of images is for the use of teaching, review and criticism.
There are many similarities and differences between the creation myths devised by the Egyptians and the Hebrews.
In this article, we look at John Hus, Bohemian follower of John Wycliffe. The life of John Hus was extinguished by the flames of the stake but like Wycliffe before him, his influence lived on.
In Part 5 we will see how the evangelist D.L. Moody was instrumental in spreading the teachings of Dispensationalism to the churches in the U.S.
A brief comparison between Jesus Christ, the Savior representative of the Christian faith, and the Prophet Muhammad, Messenger of God to the Islamic faith, both Abrahamic religions.
John Wycliffe was a Monk who was instrumental in publishing an English version of the Bible and who many consider being the Morning Star of the Protestant Reformation.