Atheism Is The Biggest Religious Challenge

Religion has existed as long as humanity. It plays an influential role in our social ways of life and shaping our cultural views. However, times keep changing and the long-established belief in religion is slowly losing relevance as people seek alternatives. Atheism has emerged as the biggest challenge facing religion in recent times. But despite … Read more

The Tale of Mantra

Did you know? The word Aum is not associated to any religion. However, it can be said that the knowledge attained through a Guru is unmatchable when compared to any online or offline resources without any second thoughts. Even the content you are reading is based on few online and offline resources which may or … Read more

Bissera Pentcheva’s Hagia Sophia and Multisensory Aesthetics: A Multi-sensory Religious Experience

Hagia Sophia: A Multisensory, Transcendent Experience “Hagia Sophia and Multisensory Aesthetics”, written by Bissera Pentcheva, explored how the interior design elements of Hagia Sophia, namely the gold accents and book-matched marble, reflect and represent language and literature of the time. Mention of traditional chants and burning incense is also an important aspect when considering the … Read more

Review of Niccolo Machiavelli’s Book, The Prince

The Prince by Machiavelli is one of the most influential treatises in human history, conceived by Italian political theorist and diplomat, Niccolo Machiavelli. The Prince is often regarded as one of the first true examples of modern philosophy, most notably, political philosophy, and Machiavelli addressed many different attributes of politics, war-time strategies and the implementation … Read more

The Great Stupa and the Concept of Buddhism

The Great Stupa is a famed Buddhist monument that resides in Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh, India. The textbook shows that it consists of a hemispheric dome made of rubble, dirt, and stone. Also, it is a mandala (meaning circle). On the top center, is a small square platform. In the center of the platform, there is … Read more

Quran and Science

Quran and Science Abstract The noble Quran passed all the tests of modern era and In Sha Allah it will going to pass all the tests in the future as well because today which science is not telling Quran explains in great details. Science and Quran can not be compared in any case because Quran … Read more

The Life of Isaac and His Family

Isaac, the son of Abraham, was a central figure in the establishment of the Jewish people. Both him and his father had played tremendous roles in the bible. However, Isaac’s life reflected Abraham’s similarly when compared side by side to his father’s. There are many other things he did that his father had also done … Read more

Sainthood, Saint Cuthbert And Saint Maria Goretti

A saint is said to be someone who has achieved a degree of extraordinary behaviour, or closeness to God, saints were also called hallows during the ancient time. The history of saints goes down back to the year after Jesus was born. Catholics believe only God can make a saint in the sense that he … Read more

The Bhagavad-Gita Reflection

The original Bhagavad-Gita was written somewhere between 400 and 200 B.C. Despite its age, it is still a relevant Hindu text that is studied and lived by today. It can easily be applied to one’s everyday life, even for one who is not Hindu. The text is full of lessons from the Hindu entity, Krishna, … Read more

Faith in siddhartha

Whether one defines faith as trust in a system of religious beliefs, dogma, or trust in enlightened beings, it is a fundamental and universally studied concept explored in literature around the world. Herman Hesse and Eugene O’Neill are two authors and laureates similar in their affinities for exploring the theme of faith in their works. … Read more

The Significance of Agreements As Written In the Bible

Many people today ask the question how does God and man relate to one another. Scripture answers this scripture by showing us that the relationship between God and man is based on an agreement called a covenant. Covenants are seen common theme seen throughout the Old and New Testament. One can even see the name … Read more

Allegory and Obstacles in The Pilgrim’s Progress

In the classic allegory The Pilgrim’s Progress, John Bunyan explains the journey of a newly-saved believer. Bunyan’s story unraveled in a dream of a man named Christian. After reading a section in the bible, Christian tells his wife and children that he must find a way to deliver them from the City of Destruction or … Read more

The Concept of Discovery in Home Burial and Mending Wall by Robert Frost and Notes on a Scandal by Zoe Heller

Indeed discoveries do challenge our inherent understanding of our lives and our humanity; however, if we allow complacency to overtake a desire to pursue discoveries, individual, societal or spiritual, it is then that the discovery becomes an unwanted component of a known existence. Robert Frost, a renowned turn of the century modernist, explores the (notions … Read more

Tommy Tenney: an American preacher and author

Tommy Tenney brings a fascinating biblical story to life with his new novel, Hadassah: One Night with the King. This novel blends Bible history the Old Testament story of Esther with the historical setting of Ancient Persia. The novel Hadassah: One Night with the King is a continuous narrative written with admirable artistic beauty. As … Read more

Monotheistic Religions

Me: Why is the Holy Land an important site for your faith? Moses: The book of my people is the Bible. The Bible builds on the Torah by adding the stories and teachings of Jesus. Jesus: My people’s book is the Torah. The Torah is comprised of the first 5 books of what Christians call … Read more

Categories of Psalms

Psalms are complicated for the interpreter because that they often prayers to God in an ancient context yet also God’s word for us in scripture. Hebrew poetry is drenched in emotional language speaking to the heart. Synonymous parallelism is a common device, which elaborates on idea in repeated textual units. They are often musical and … Read more

Types Of Dab Rig

Dabbing rigs are available in different ways, each of which is devoted to different purposes. If you enjoy a healthy way to consume cannabis concentrates without burning a hydrocarbon bottle, The key is to find the right set and spend some time to research how they work, this way you avoid possible beggars battle. Below … Read more

Literary Analysis of the Consequences of Macbeth’s Decision on His Psychological Well-Being Depicted by William Shakespeare in the Dramatization of Macbeth

What you Sow you Will Reap In William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, there is one character who changes drastically throughout the play. That character is Macbeth. In the beginning, Macbeth is an honest and loyal thane to King Duncan. However, he lets greed and evil desires drive him to an act of regicide. His guilt and fear … Read more

Faith like a base of motivation

This essay will prove that with faith you can make your life better, you can reach a peace beyond understanding, you can be unexplainable successful, you can be stronger in adversities, and you can build a strong confidence and true happiness. Faith is a value that our society is forgetting and it needs to be … Read more

What is the “Unforgivable Sin”?

Different Bible translations word this differently; some use the phrase “eternal sin” or “unforgivable sin.” In some, the sin is to “blaspheme against” or “curse the Holy Spirit.” Whatever the wording, what troubles many readers is the suggestion that there is a type of sin that God will not forgive. Doesn’t this contradict verses like … Read more

A Look at the Origin and Spiritual Beliefs of the Muh-He-Con-Nuk Indians

History of the Muh-he-con-nuk Indians Hendrick Aupaumut (1757-1830), wrote one of the first ethnographies about a Native Indians Muh-he-con-nuk Indians on the year 1791 (Levine 629). According to Sandra Gustafson, Aupaumut was born in the Native American town of Stockbridge, Massachusetts (Levine 629). Gustafson wrote that Aupaumut received an education by a Protestant minister in … Read more

A Comparative Analysis Of Bacchae and Genesis

The characters of Agave and Eve, while subordinate to their male counterparts, Pentheus and Adam, play extremely important roles within The Bacchae and Genesis, respectively. Their characters are portrayals of typical women who, because of encounters with the divine, are able to break away (albeit temporarily and not without repercussion) from the constraints placed on … Read more