Christian, Your Depression Is Real. So Is God’s Deliverance. – Summit Life with J.D. Greear

When you are experiencing depression, you don’t need a quick encouragement. You need a God who walks through pain with you.

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7 Fundamental Differences Between Eastern Religions and Christianity

Bishop's Encyclopedia of Religion, Society and Philosophy

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The Growth of Eastern Ideology in the West

Few aware of religion’s landscape within the western world would deny that Eastern, Asian philosophies, religions, doctrines, and dogmas typically are making a substantial impact within previously predominantly Christian, Western countries. There is likely a combination of several reasons for this, one of which would be expansion in communication technologies that have shrunken the globe into a global village. For example, New Age Spirituality, an amalgamation of Eastern religious practices and philosophies, is perhaps the major current religious movement, phenomenon, and representative of this spiritual trend. The New Age has captured the minds of many younger people who find enjoyment in the mysteries of spiritualism, the supernatural and the divine. The growth in interest for this is also because many are hungry to pursue spirituality beyond the confines of traditional religion (which in the West happens to be Christianity) in search for…

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Postmillennial Worldview

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It’s a lie when people say “secularization civilized Christianity”. No, it didn’t. Quite the opposite. Christianity civilized secularism and other pagan religions. But with the secularization of society, many of the vast influences that Christianity had in civilization are disregarded and/or rejected. This post isn’t only to educate those who are unaware about Christianity’s history and influence in the world, but to inspire Christians today to start, or continue, the work that Christ began. “Without Christianity’s teaching that the Logos is a person, the philosophy of human rights to which we subscribe to today would have never established itself” – Luc Ferry, atheist.

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