Nowadays most people are aware of the existence of religions in the world. However, when the question is asked for a definition, our minds wander among God, gods, angels, demons, temples, people with special dresses. Others think about Christianity, Islam, Buddhism as entities that embody the notion of religion. It is a concept that is part of our daily lives, for both theistic and atheistic people but trying to articulate a definition that embraces all religions is difficult.
India is believed to be a land of spirituality and place of theistic religion Vedanta, however prior to religion, it was the land of various atheistic schools of philosophies which do not believe in God or creator; Charvaka, Ajivika, Buddhism, Jainism, Ajnana, Samkhya, Yoga and Mimamsa.
Owning a wish-granting jinni, also known as djinn, or genie, can bring wealth and prosperity, but there are potential dangers involved. Not all jinni are good, and many people claim they are in fact demonic. In this article I explore whether this is true, and discuss the benefits and dangers of summoning and binding a wish-granting djinn.
Islamic Prayers and their significance for a Muslim. Read out latest article which includes a list of such duas along with the rewards.
Why is it that Christians always want to cram their beliefs down other people's throats? Why do they care what others believe? Why can't they just leave everyone alone to believe (or not believe) what they want?Â Â Have you ever asked yourself those questions?Â Â Having grown up in the church and participated...
Debt destroys homes. Emotional and physical pain accompany this financial pit. To spare themselves the trouble, should Christian women break up with men who have debt? Or, as believers, should they show grace when choosing to share their lives with someone they love?
Women should allow their men to lead them in Bible study and prayer. Men need to make the effort to guide their women. This article explains the importance in this relationship developing. The result would please the Lord.
This is one of the kingdom growth parables spoken by Jesus the Messiah.