Category Archives: Christianity

Art and other taboos

As a child brought up in an Old Roman Catholic family, though my mother had a first prize for piano of the Conservatoire de Paris and we all learned to play piano at home, this was only to be for … Continue reading

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Thank You Letter to God

Originally posted on everyday gurus:
Dear God, Thank you for all the peace you create in this world. Thank you for being love. I now realize that when I am loving, I am you. When I am full of fear,…

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Turkey and Pictures for the times coming

Many people in the last hundreds of years did come in (on the strength of) the name of Jesus Christ. In the seventies I also followed some people who seemed to have a good attitude and who tried to build … Continue reading

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Migrants to the West #7 Religions

Lots of people are looking for meaning in their life and several of them look into many religious teachings in the hope to find somewhere there a place where they could feel themselves comfortable. According to Leighton Knapp in his … Continue reading

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Migrants to the West #2

Wrong perceptions About 40 per cent of the French, German and Norwegian populations perceive Islam as a threat to national identity (NOU 2011:14; p.315); and an annual Gallup in Norway over the years 2005 to 2010 shows that more than … Continue reading

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Teaching Holy Scriptures in Schools

On David Hoffman’s commonplacebook appeared the article Teaching the Bible in Schools in which he expresses that he has long felt that the Bible should be taught in public schools. U.S. Jews seem ready to believe the worst of this part … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Christians Are Us:
Read On… ©2013 Mark Davis Continued Reading: The Secret to a Fulfilling Life The Spiritually Dormant Life Your Dead! — Now What? How Many Ways Are There To Get To Heaven? Take Care Of…

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Victims and Seekers of Peace

Something I wrote but was not published at the time (like some more writings I forgot.). Once more we could see on the news why Mitt Romney is not the good choice for a president, or a man who has … Continue reading

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Right to be in the surroundings

In ‘Faith related boycotts’ the question was raised how a Christian had to tackle other faithgroups and should try to build up a state where love and peace are of the first order, giving freedom for everybody around them. In … Continue reading

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Faith related boycotts

Is it really possible that certain companies continually cater to left wing causes to the point that they punish charities that help the poor simply because they are religious based? Yes, for sure, that is still going on and also … Continue reading

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