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  • Why are we interested in the views that ten scientists had about God? The answer is that, unintentionally or not, these scientists had a greater impact on theology than most theologians.

    10 Brilliant Scientists and Their Views of God

    10 Brilliant Scientists and Their Views of God

    by Hugh Williamson100

  • The Olympian gods, the twelve gods of Mount Olympus, are today the most famous gods of the Ancient Greek pantheon, and are central to many of the mythological stories that survive.

    The Gods of Mount Olympus

    The Gods of Mount Olympus

    by Colin Quartermain2

  • Learn about Persephone, queen of the underworld, and the many mythological stories in which she plays a leading or supporting role.

    Persephone: Queen of the Underworld

    Persephone: Queen of the Underworld

    by Anita Smith2

  • This article discusses religions that have a personal god compared to those that have a more impersonal god. The similarities and differences are covered to help readers gain perspective and knowledge. Religions discussed include Islam, Christianity, Shinto, Buddhism, and Judaism.

    How Would You Like Your Religion: A Personal or Impersonal God?

    How Would You Like Your Religion: A Personal or Impersonal God?

    by Peter V16

  • The prophet Nahum prophesied about Nineveh and the last day. Learn about the fulfillment of his and Nineveh's prophesies and what he predicted about our time.

    The Book of Nahum: Written for Our Day

    The Book of Nahum: Written for Our Day

    by kbdressman4

  • Some saints traveled to Heaven by way of an illumined path. Others, no less holy, journeyed in darkness. These saints teach us how to bear with doubts.

    Saints Who Struggled With Doubt

    Saints Who Struggled With Doubt

    by Bede9

  • Every person has a guardian angel. Only the rarest of souls have seen them. Padre Pio saw and spoke regularly with the guardian angels of his spiritual children.

    Padre Pio and the Guardian Angels

    Padre Pio and the Guardian Angels

    by Bede28

  • Both the Old and New Testaments are chock full of unusual customs that are foreign to us today. Most will make you glad they are no longer practiced in modern times.

    Unusual Bible Customs: Old and New Testaments

    Unusual Bible Customs: Old and New Testaments

    by Lori Colbo18

  • “If, then, you sometimes fall, do not lose heart, or cease striving to make progress, for even out of your fall God will bring good, just as a man selling an antidote will drink poison before he takes it in order to prove its power.” ~ St....

    Summary of St. Teresa of Avila's Interior Castle

    Summary of St. Teresa of Avila's Interior Castle

    by Jenna Ditsch17

  • Who was Buddha? What are the facts and myths of his life? What are the basics of his teachings? Are the teachings of Buddha a practical philosophy for the 21st century?

    Understanding the Life and Teachings of Buddha

    Understanding the Life and Teachings of Buddha

    by Catherine Giordano60

  • This article discusses the unique nature of Jewish leadership and the way it was embodied in Joshua. Separation of powers as it applies to Jewish leadership with Joshua and now is also considered.

    Joshua: What We Can Learn About Leadership

    Joshua: What We Can Learn About Leadership

    by Natalie Frank6

  • A brief overview of what Shintoism is, including what is worshipped and why.

    A Shintoism Overview

    A Shintoism Overview

    by Akbok21

  • 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 – Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record...

    “Love Is Patient, Love Is Kind” Bible Verse Analysis

    “Love Is Patient, Love Is Kind” Bible Verse Analysis

    by Justin Aptaker11

  • Several saints visited heaven and left descriptions of their experiences. This article peers into heaven through their experiences.

    Heaven as Described by the Saints

    Heaven as Described by the Saints

    by Bede10

  • God reveals Himself by many names throughout the scriptures that express a quality of His character that is vital for us to know. One in particular stands out to me lately in reference to the miracle of the five loaves and two fish as told in all four of the Gospels (Matthew 14:13-21, Mark 6:31-44, Luke 9:10-16, and John 6:5-14) - signifying a lesson that applies to every sphere of our life. El Shaddai the "All Sufficient One" is the name that reminds me of the Lord at this event.

    El Shaddai—The All Sufficient God

    El Shaddai—The All Sufficient God

    by Tamarajo52

  • Miracles are presented in the Bible as if they actually happened. Are those claims believable? Here's how the Bible itself defends its credibility regarding miracles.

    Are the Miracles in the Bible Real?

    Are the Miracles in the Bible Real?

    by Ronald E Franklin4

  • Uncontrolled lust creates problems in society. These saints struggled with lust and have wise advice to stay in control.

    Saints Who Struggled With Lust

    Saints Who Struggled With Lust

    by Bede15

  • Fertility symbols and fertility rituals are present in many cultures and faiths. Hinduism makes extensive use of fertility symbols and fertility rituals in religious practices.

    Hindu Gods and Symbols of Fertility

    Hindu Gods and Symbols of Fertility

    by Vinaya Ghimire32

  • This is the second article in a series revealing how the pictographs of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet showcase a facet of God's attributes and character. We will now look at "dalet" the door, "hey" the window, and "vav" the nail depicting the door that opened for us by the nailing of Jesus to a tree.

    Facets of God Displayed in the Hebrew Aleph-Bet: Dalet, Hey, and Vav

    Facets of God Displayed in the Hebrew Aleph-Bet: Dalet, Hey, and Vav

    by Tamarajo14

  • Religious imagery is a key component of almost all world religions. From crosses to the Star of David, here are brief descriptions of popular religious symbols.

    Meanings of Various Religious Symbols

    Meanings of Various Religious Symbols

    by Kathleen Odenthal15

  • The reasons for the Jewish persecution of the early church, significant events in the evolution of persecution, and a comparison of the treatment of James the Righteous (the just) and Paul of Tarsus.

    Why Did the Jews Persecute the First Christians?

    Why Did the Jews Persecute the First Christians?

    by B A Johnson6

  • October is when many Christians celebrate St. Frances, the patron saint of animals. Many churches this month will set aside a special day to bless people's pets. Can animals be spiritual?

    Are Animals Spiritual?

    Are Animals Spiritual?

    by Anna Watson1

  • An overview of the Greek New Testament manuscripts from the first three centuries of the church; their history, quality, and distribution with a description of several important manuscripts.

    The Earliest New Testament Manuscripts

    The Earliest New Testament Manuscripts

    by B A Johnson2

  • The book of Proverbs will lend us some insight into the tree of life, with its four mentions. We will take a look at how this thread weaves throughout the tapestry of the Scriptures.

    Proverbs and the Tree of Life

    Proverbs and the Tree of Life

    by Tamarajo15

  • Are demons real? What are they? And where do they come from? This article addresses each of these questions through an analysis of both Scripture and Biblical doctrine.

    What Are Demons?

    What Are Demons?

    by Larry Slawson7

  • Is the celebration of Christmas supported by the Bible? This article attempts to answer this question with a set of thoughtful and mind-provoking points pertaining to Christmas and its traditions.

    Is the Celebration of Christmas Biblical?

    Is the Celebration of Christmas Biblical?

    by Larry Slawson16

  • The origin of religion has been a primary concern of the following sciences: comparative philology, sociology, and psychology.

    Theories of the Origin of Religion

    Theories of the Origin of Religion

    by Religulous11

  • Augustine of Hippo was one of the great thinkers of western civilization. In this article, I provide an overview of Augustine's philosophy of history.

    Saint Augustine's Philosophy of History

    Saint Augustine's Philosophy of History

    by William R Bowen Jr0

  • Being rejected by the religious community to which you belong is devastating emotionally.

    Religious Shunning

    Religious Shunning

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • The first and second great temples were demolished through sin. And it is through sin that they remain destroyed. Is there hope for restoration?

    The Destruction of the Temple

    The Destruction of the Temple

    by Anna Watson4

  • Learn what itikaf is, when it is observed, the conditions of itikaf, what nullifies itikaf, and much more.

    What to Do During Itikaf

    What to Do During Itikaf

    by L Sarhan16

  • To become a Christian is just the beginning of our journey through life; all our lives we need to study theology and learn more about our great Creator God whom we worship.

    Why Should Christians Study Theology?

    Why Should Christians Study Theology?

    by Bronwen Scott-Branagan17

  • Angels are depicted as divine messengers of God. In the Christian tradition, they bring news of joy, warning, and salvation. Here are six examples of depictions of angels in the Old and New Testament of the Bible.

    Angels in the Bible in Six Depictions

    Angels in the Bible in Six Depictions

    by John Bolt0

  • What does it mean to be "rich in Christ? It means the God, our rich king, bestowed all of his riches on us, in our poverty. Read to hear this truth illustrated in a creative, new manner. A teaching on I Peter 3.

    What Becoming Rich in Christ Means

    What Becoming Rich in Christ Means

    by Sharilee Swaity20

  • You may know that the Bible was not originally written in English, but, is it even worth trying to decipher the old Hebrew translation? If so, where can you start? This article provides a step-by-step guide providing introductory-level information on how to read the Bible in English and Hebrew.

    Reading the Bible in English and Hebrew

    Reading the Bible in English and Hebrew

    by Caleb Kapsner3

  • Genesis 6 very briefly refers to the Nephilim, yet does not talk about them again by name. Who are they? Are they really half angels? How big were they?

    What Is a Nephilim?

    What Is a Nephilim?

    by Angela Michelle Schultz5

  • Classroom quotes from the Book of Proverbs are listed under the following headings: Obedience, Good Education, Good vs Bad Habits, Good Conduct, and Good Friendships. Perfect for daily use.

    50 Classroom Quotes From the Book of Proverbs

    50 Classroom Quotes From the Book of Proverbs

    by Dora Weithers57

  • The most articulate atheists making the most effective arguments against religious belief, while refuting popular apologists and common arguments for the existence of God. Enjoy!

    3 Famous Atheists & Their Best Arguments

    3 Famous Atheists & Their Best Arguments

    by Sam Wickstrom28

  • The purpose of this article will uncover the origins of the tithe, how it originated, why it started and the reason for why it can no longer be implemented.

    Tithing on Trial

    Tithing on Trial

    by PlanksandNails10

  • Apologetics is the defense of the Christian worldview. These eleven women show that the modern practice of Christian apologetics would not be the same without contributions from women of faith.

    The Women of Christian Apologetics

    The Women of Christian Apologetics

    by Joel Furches1

  • Metis was one of the deities of the Ancient Greek pantheon. A second generation Titan, Metis would become famous as the first wife of Zeus; a prophecy though would prove to be her downfall.

    The Titan Goddess Metis in Greek Mythology

    The Titan Goddess Metis in Greek Mythology

    by Colin Quartermain0

  • The Psalms are the most read of all the books of the Bible. These songs and poems are rooted in Jewish history, but are relevant in our lives today. They speak both individually and communally in times of sadness and joy, giving us words of wisdom, trust, forgiveness, praise and thanksgiving to God.

    The Book of Psalms

    The Book of Psalms

    by Bronwen Scott-Branagan19

  • Hindu Scriptures do not frankly speak of homosexuality; however, there are many references to same sex union. Hinduism even has an androgynous deity called Ardhanarishwar.

    Hindu View on Homosexuality

    Hindu View on Homosexuality

    by Vinaya Ghimire25

  • There are several pieces of articles every Christian must put on every day, according to Ephesians 6:10-20.

    The Whole Armor of God

    The Whole Armor of God

    by Margaret Minnicks3

  • Do Muslims believe in Hell like Christians do? According to Islam, on the Last Day, the world will be destroyed and the dead will be raised to go to hell or paradise depending on their deeds.

    Does Islam Believe in Hell?

    Does Islam Believe in Hell?

    by myvenn13

  • The book of John informs us that the "Word"-"Jesus" was in the beginning of creation. A frequently repeated, untranslated Hebrew word in the Old Testament reveals this very truth.

    The Aleph and Tav in the Hebrew Scriptures

    The Aleph and Tav in the Hebrew Scriptures

    by Tamarajo12

  • Will you join me in examining the Parable of the Talents in Matthew 25:14-30, along with other parables that speak to it?

    Parable of the Talents

    Parable of the Talents

    by Betty A F4

  • The Bible covers many different eating customs. There are some interesting things concerning eating in the Bible. Most people don't recognize the eating motifs as customs.

    Eating Customs in the Bible

    Eating Customs in the Bible

    by Margaret Minnicks19

  • In Greek mythology, Hera was the wife of Zeus, and was one of the most powerful deities of Mount Olympus. Many of the stories of Hera saw her dealing with the lovers of her husband.

    The Goddess Hera in Greek Mythology

    The Goddess Hera in Greek Mythology

    by Colin Quartermain1

  • While many people, even Christians, try to equate the non-Christian idea of Karma with the biblical teaching regarding reaping and sowing it immediately becomes clear that they are not compatible in the least if compared side by side.

    Are Karma and Christianity Compatible?

    Are Karma and Christianity Compatible?

    by Jeff Shirley20

  • Buddhism is a religion that requires the separation of self from reality. The ego must be cast aside completely to achieve an escape from constant rebirth.

    The Fundamentals of Buddhism

    The Fundamentals of Buddhism

    by Tara Mapes3

  • A discussion of the "Do unto others" Bible verse. Matthew 7:12: "In everything, do unto others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets." The Golden Rule Bible verse. Love your neighbor as yourself bible verse.

    The “Do Unto Others” Bible Verse

    The “Do Unto Others” Bible Verse

    by Justin Aptaker12

  • Nowadays, Christianity has encompassed a lot of Western society, especially during times like Christmas and Easter. Despite this, there are traces of paganism can be found within mainstream society.

    The Marriage of Christianity and Paganism

    The Marriage of Christianity and Paganism

    by Robin Goodfellow2

  • Looking for an easy way to study the bible? Look no farther. Whether studying with a group or alone, this manuscript study will greatly increase your knowledge and understanding of the bible.

    How to Do a Bible Manuscript Study

    How to Do a Bible Manuscript Study

    by Cholee Clay0

  • Many religions are based on the notion that there is a creator of life and the universe. This article is not meant to argue with beliefs, but to suggest something else to think about.

    Did God Have a Creator?

    Did God Have a Creator?

    by Glenn Stok39

  • Written from a Christian perspective, this article proposes that the Tanach (also the Mikra, Hebrew Bible, or Old Testament) promised a Messiah that was human and divine.

    Did the Tanach Promise a Divine Messiah?

    Did the Tanach Promise a Divine Messiah?

    by Marcelo Carcach1

  • The father of American literature, of course, would have an opinion on the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ since it claims a uniquely American origin. Who better to take to task the "Mormon Bible?"

    On Mark Twain's Critique of the Book of Mormon

    On Mark Twain's Critique of the Book of Mormon

    by Rodric Anthony9

  • Why are there so many similarities in the life story and teachings of Jesus Christ and Buddha? Were the authors of The Holy Bible influenced by Eastern traditions?

    The Many Similarities Between Jesus and Buddha

    The Many Similarities Between Jesus and Buddha

    by Catherine Giordano69

  • An overview of what is known about Clement of Rome "The First Apostolic Father" and the epistle ascribed to his hand known as Clement's First Epistle to the Corinthians.

    What Is 1st Clement and Who Wrote It?

    What Is 1st Clement and Who Wrote It?

    by B A Johnson3

  • St. Josephine Bakhita’s journey towards the light offers a wonderful example of good triumphing over bad experiences.

    Beautiful Saint Bakhita

    Beautiful Saint Bakhita

    by Bede4

  • There are few couples in the history of America who have had as beautiful and influential a marriage as that of Jonathan and Sarah Edwards. He is still renowned as one of the foremost theologians and preachers of his day, and widely respected as a...

    The Life of Sarah Edwards

    The Life of Sarah Edwards

    by collegatariat8

  • A detailed synopsis of the meaning and makings of the 3 synoptic gospels. This article is also a continuation to my previous hub "Comparing the Gospels--Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John".

    The Synoptic Gospels

    The Synoptic Gospels

    by Cholee Clay9

  • The conversion process for becoming a Conservative Jew involves extensive study, living a Jewish life, circumcision (for men), examination by a rabbinic court, and immersion in the ritual bath.

    How to Convert to Conservative Judaism

    How to Convert to Conservative Judaism

    by Brainy Bunny10

  • An examination of religion in modern Japan, including sociological analysis of ideological conflicts, a short history of Japanese religion and modernization, and speculation on future societal changes

    Religion and Religious Identity in Modern Japan

    Religion and Religious Identity in Modern Japan

    by Alisha Adkins26

  • I am a person still searching for my sense of the truth of our Universe. I have been investigating Zen Buddhism, and deeply feel the things that I am reading. I have a regular meditation practice.

    Buddhism: The Middle Way

    Buddhism: The Middle Way

    by Jean Bakula27

  • Explore the doctrine of the Trinity with illustrations to help you understand it, explanations and biblical references for the doctrine, questions for group discussions, and videos for enrichment.

    The Trinity: Is Jesus God?

    The Trinity: Is Jesus God?

    by Marcelo Carcach9

  • Zephaniah is a biblical prophet who prophesied to the Kingdom of Judah concerning the destruction of Jerusalem. His prophecies are still applicable today.

    Understanding Zephaniah

    Understanding Zephaniah

    by kbdressman2

  • Little girls are made of "sugar and spice" proposed Robert Southey. What are women made of? The Song of Songs lists a variety of spices as the symbols of a good woman. What do these symbols mean?

    Seven Spices in Solomon's Description of a Woman

    Seven Spices in Solomon's Description of a Woman

    by Dora Weithers11

  • Longtime Christians still get confused about the timeline of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus even though they hear sermons about those things in churches every Easter. Perhaps this timeline will help everyone understand what happened, according to the Bible.

    Timeline of Jesus' Death, Burial and Resurrection

    Timeline of Jesus' Death, Burial and Resurrection

    by Margaret Minnicks18

  • Why Do People Convert to Religion? - There are at least eight types of religious conversion. Each uniformly depends on the psychology of the individual.

    Why Do People Convert to Religion?

    Why Do People Convert to Religion?

    by Thomas Swan10

  • This article explores the fundamental role of the Holy Spirit, and its role in providing salvation to lost sinners.

    Conviction by the Holy Spirit

    Conviction by the Holy Spirit

    by Larry Slawson9

  • The truth about what Mormons believe. Information about the culture and religious beliefs in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

    Do Mormons Believe in Jesus?

    Do Mormons Believe in Jesus?

    by Marcy Goodfleisch29

  • "Star of the Sea" has long been a popular interpretation of the name Mary. How did this understanding develop and what is the spiritual significance?

    The Virgin Mary as Star of the Sea

    The Virgin Mary as Star of the Sea

    by Bede21

  • There is no evidence that Jesus actually existed as an historical person. Some Biblical scholars have concluded that Jesus is totally mythological—a melding of Jewish, Hellenistic and pagan religion.

    Did Jesus Exist or Is It All a Myth?

    Did Jesus Exist or Is It All a Myth?

    by Catherine Giordano349

  • Imagine a dog that never ate, drank, or aged, and who would mysteriously appear at critical moments of danger. Was St. John Bosco’s dog Grigio an angel clothed in a furry disguise?

    Don Bosco's Mysterious Dog

    Don Bosco's Mysterious Dog

    by Bede14

  • Explanations of the different Catholic symbols. These symbols act as badges of faith, teaching tools, and aids on the journey towards understanding complex philosophies.

    List of Catholic Symbols and Meanings

    List of Catholic Symbols and Meanings

    by MM Del Rosario122

  • Ever wonder what physical materials were used to write the texts of the Bible, or when writing and such materials were invented and if they correspond with biblical claims? This article adresses those questions and provides insightful information for any student of the Bible and its physical construction.

    The Mechanics of Scripture:  Materials Used to Write the Bible

    The Mechanics of Scripture: Materials Used to Write the Bible

    by Mandrake_19756

  • Not all religions believe in the ritual of baptism (cleansing, washing). Those who do have their own take on its necessity. Some view it as sacramental, others as symbolic, and others as both.

    Which Religions Practice Baptism? Which Do Not?

    Which Religions Practice Baptism? Which Do Not?

    by Beverley Byer18

  • There are exceptional women everywhere whose names remain unfamiliar, even unknown. The following four Bible mothers are among them but each displays unique significant strengths of character.

    Four Bible Mothers and Their Significant Strengths

    Four Bible Mothers and Their Significant Strengths

    by Dora Weithers56

  • This article discusses the differences between meat being kosher by designation of the animal and slaughter along with additional ethical precepts such as treating an animal to prevent suffering.

    Is Veal Kosher?

    Is Veal Kosher?

    by Natalie Frank3

  • A look at Paul's response to Ananias after he had been unjustly struck in the mouth in Acts 23:3.

    You Whitewashed Wall!

    You Whitewashed Wall!

    by Tony Muse6

  • Whenever we think of angels, we think of these heavenly, cherubic beings, sitting on white, fluffy clouds while playing harps. But what do they really do? And how do they help us?

    The Angels: Who Are They and Why They Matter

    The Angels: Who Are They and Why They Matter

    by Robin Goodfellow0

  • There is no guessing about Sarah, Naomi, Elizabeth and Anna. The text states that they are old. It is their legacy and influence which make them worthy models for men and women of all times.

    Four Aged Bible Women and Their Spiritual Legacies

    Four Aged Bible Women and Their Spiritual Legacies

    by Dora Weithers60

  • Scylla and Charybdis were two of the monsters that existed in the stories of Greek mythology. Encountered by Odysseus, the pair would give rise to a saying, "between a rock and a hard place".

    Scylla and Charybdis: Monsters of Greek mythology

    Scylla and Charybdis: Monsters of Greek mythology

    by Colin Quartermain2

  • This is a study of an Old Testament structure that has quite a bit to teach us about the New Testament understanding of dwelling with God through Christ.

    The Purpose of the Wilderness Tabernacle

    The Purpose of the Wilderness Tabernacle

    by Tamarajo9

  • From raising a child to creating a cathedral, patience is essential if a masterpiece is to result. The muscles of patience grow strong through practice. Four saints exemplify this virtue very well.

    Patron Saints for the Impatient

    Patron Saints for the Impatient

    by Bede4

  • As our prayer life deepens, we experience a richer relationship with God. We grow stronger in our Christian walk and witness, and we ask and receive answers to prayers.

    7 Steps to More Effective Prayer

    7 Steps to More Effective Prayer

    by Yvette Stupart4

  • Invocation for a Public Meeting After receiving more than 16,000 views of my previous hub "Sample Invocation", I felt that another sample for a different context would be appropriate. This is based on more than 20 years of experience praying...

    Sample Invocation for a Public Meeting

    Sample Invocation for a Public Meeting

    by mbogartministries12

  • The Sumerian Flood Story - The Epics of Atrahasis and Gilgamesh were written over a thousand years before the Biblical account of Noah's Ark.

    The Sumerian Flood Story

    The Sumerian Flood Story

    by Thomas Swan10

  • There is no simple answer to the question of whether Hinduism is monotheistic, polytheistic, pantheistic, or something else entirely. The term “Hinduism” embraces a wide array of philosophies and practices, and while certain Hindus may think and...

    Is Hinduism Monotheistic or Polytheistic?

    Is Hinduism Monotheistic or Polytheistic?

    by Justin Aptaker12

  • Hermann Cohen was a child prodigy who grew into a wild man. His life changed dramatically after he conducted music for a Benediction service.

    The Metamorphosis of Hermann Cohen

    The Metamorphosis of Hermann Cohen

    by Bede14

  • Do you do things because you have been anointed to do them, or do you take it upon yourself to do what you want to do? God wants you to listen to Him and do what He wants you to do instead of doing what you want to do.

    Anointed Assignments

    Anointed Assignments

    by Margaret Minnicks6

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