Both philosophy and religion are widely used concepts, yet defining them accurately can be challenging due to the wide range of meanings that each has acquired over time. Because religion is a derivative of an ancient Latin phrase that referred… Read More ›
We cannot claim truth when we cannot support it by a set of criterion. The last avenue of truth is from humanity themselves. We must seek a source far greater if we believe in a creator. Maybe the truth is in the Creator himself.
The Bible says the Law came by Moses, but grace came by Jesus. No one is ready for grace until the Law has first convicted them. That is God’s order, that is the Biblical way, and that is how to evangelize. We cannot improve on it. Whether we speak to a Jew, Muslim, Buddhist, atheist, or nominal Christian, God’s Law must precede God’s Grace.
The Four Noble Truths are the essence of the Buddhadharma, and a converging point upon which nearly all schools of Buddhism are generally united. Comprised essentially of four words, the Four Noble Truths spell out a comprehensive assessment of the human condition and a schema for deliverance from its maladaptive incarnations.
The planet is silent of bloodshed. Are we silenced in our self-righteousness, arrogance, impudence, impertinence, and defiance as humanity is humbled to the state of individuality and separated from other fellow humans, reduced to a state of being alone?
天地向上帝鞠躬。时间在祂的权柄之下。一切都属于祂。诗篇24:1 ESV 宣告说：“地和地上所充满的，世界和住在世上的，都是属于耶和华的。
We live within these confines that we do not realize that society dictates everything around us, including the moral standard that we live in. We have dehumanized our intrinsic purpose and destiny until it has eliminated out of our very existence. We do not even realize that it has washed away from our conscious and subconscious mind and that we have succumbed to humanity’s God-like dictatorship over us.
The dynamics of society has changed and the definitions applied to pluralism, includes the ability to provide a coherent answer to the question of tolerance. We as a global community within our own acceptance of religious worldviews are driven to… Read More ›