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Critical Thinking Skills

Factors like people’s personalities of wanting to be like someone else (certain successful individuals that they are attracted to, feelings of fear of being marginalized, various psychological paranoias that they may have, feelings of financial insecurities and being left out Read More →

Statement of Purpose: Consistency across the Board

If religion is real and not fraudulent, then it must show consistency across the various so-called faiths that blatantly preach a ONE GOD FAITH. Failure to do this, means that GOD is more or less an invention amongst mankind as Read More →

A Lesson in Common Sense

Common sense and common unity must ‘win through the day’ if man is to be successful. That is for the ‘striving man’ to contemplate and put into action. Unfortunately many of us do not see the connecting lines of relationships Read More →

It’s only a Theory or Revisiting the Tower of Babel

As tantalizing as theories go, they don’t really solve the immediate, pressing problems encountered in today’s world by a lot of the world’s population. What theories might accomplish is to open up what is seen by many as a ‘dry Read More →

Rising from the Dead and another Oddity

Part One: When one looks at the New Testament and the history behind it and the logistics in forming it, one can get some fascinating insights on how people tried to cope with a ‘Testament’ that was evolving through time Read More →

He Became Perfect: A Lesson in Interpretation

This is an example of what can go wrong when Scriptural texts are not interpreted correctly using all available data. To further enhance this meaning we can use the following Biblical quote: And consider that the longsuffering of our lord {Master teacher} is salvation Read More →

The Proof is in Tasting the Pudding

Some Christian sects have used some of the verses of the Quran in trying to suggest that a ‘fair Quranic Book’ shows the proof of the New Testament but as a Holy Book, the Quran, falls far short of being Read More →