Month: September 2007
The nature of postmodern epistemology is so contrary to the absolute and exclusive claims of Scripture that a theology which is faithful to Scripture can no more develop from postmodern epistemology than an apple tree can grow from an acorn. David Kowalkski examines the terminology used by proponents of the Emergent Church.
Your comments regarding the article, An Evaluation of Emergent Epistemology.
A religious cult that claims to have been on earth since tens of thousands of years ago would like its members to live on air and light alone. Perhaps that is why they are not paying their bills.
In Buddhism, Nirvana is the end of suffering, beyond time and space. Nirvana is the goal of all Buddhists.
In Buddhism, the Eightfold Path is the path of the Buddha's teachings that is claimed to lead to the end of suffering.
Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormon church, described plural marriage as part of "the most holy and important doctrine ever revealed to man on earth" and taught that a man needed at least three wives to attain the "fullness of exaltation" in the afterlife. While the Mormon church eventually rejected this doctrines, Mormon fundamentalists hold on to it. This documentary examines the legacy of Smith's teachings on polygamy.
Research resources on Islam, one of the most controversial and fastest-growing religions in the world.
Basic beliefs of Islam.
The shahada -- the great confessions -- consists of seven Arabic words repeated by every Muslim, which together describe the very core of Islam.
Research resources on Islam
A Fulton County, Florida grand jury has indicted the husband of national evangelist Juanita Bynum for what Bynum said was an attack on her in the parking lot of an Atlanta hotel.