Introduction This post was last edited in 2011, making it nine years old. A lot has changed since then. Not so much in the world, for pandemics have come and gone throughout history. The Bible’s Old Testament talks about hideous plagues God sends to the Egyptians for not allowing his chosen people – the Israelites… Read More Jesus Christ – The Path to Freedom?
Introduction It’s Diwali time again. In Canada the messaging seems to be mostly about safety and social distancing. That, and spreading what Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and some Buddhists would probably agree is “the light.” As a Christian whose main strength is comparing and contrasting different spiritual lights, I am definitely not convinced that all religions… Read More Double Diwali! – Two messages from a longstanding contributor to Earthpages, Rajan Zed | Introduction by Michael Clark, PhD
Every year this arrives in the mail, addressed to someone who died almost twenty years ago. I supposed I could contact the Mission and ask the deceased to be removed from their mailing list. But I’m busy enough already and don’t really need any extra hassle. With accusations and apparent proof of dead voters being… Read More Forget Dead Voters! How About Dead Givers?
Pretty heavy title but like a lot of the New Testament, there is much truth to it. You see, spiritual transformation doesn’t always come easy. You can’t break an egg and put it back in its shell. Simple as that. Oh, you can try to scoop up the goop and patch the broken shell. But… Read More If the world hates you – John 15:18
Most of us probably know about St. Francis of Assisi. He was a well-to-do guy who spent his youth like most other affluent young men. After some powerful conversion experiences, however, Francis gave it all up to become a monk and eventually a leading figure in Christianity. Francis’ prosperous merchant father wanted him to stay… Read More Sunday Morning – In the manner of St. Francis of Assisi
A note from the British Marxist literary critic Terry Eagleton’s 2008 Terry Lectures at Yale University, published as Reason, Faith, and Source: Scientism versus Scientism’s Caricature of Christian Theism | Dan Peterson Quote and my opinion: https://earthpages.tumblr.com/post/626527915583143936/scientism-versus-scientisms-caricature-of
Dylan Charles – Nearly 100 years ago, Steiner foresaw a future when vaccines could be used to control people by disconnecting them. Source: In 1917 Rudolf Steiner Foresaw a Vaccine that Would ‘Drive All Inclination Toward Spirituality Out of People’s Souls’ Opinion: Whenever I see an article talking about “vibrations” I tend to become skeptical.… Read More In 1917 Rudolf Steiner Foresaw a Vaccine that Would ‘Drive All Inclination Toward Spirituality Out of People’s Souls’ | Opinion
Opinion: Probably not for everyone (although it could be), I found the discussion that follows this embed helpful.
The ancient Romans didn’t use question marks. Not really much punctuation at all. They wrote in blocks, and heck no, people got it. They didn’t need to fuss over comma errors and run-on… Where are you going? https://t.co/pZWrcp1RFU — earthpages.org (@earthpages) December 13, 2019 Source: Where are you going? – Just My Stuff