The rainbow is a promise from God that he will not flood the earth again. Why are we able to reproduce the rainbow effect using a glass prism? [closed]
The rainbow signifies the promise from God that he will not flood the earth again: i) Does this mean that before the flood of Noah, there was no rainbow? ii) A rainbow effect can be created using a ...
I have heard this term used and would like more info about this idea. It really sounds like a hippie thing...
I'm afraid I may have slunk to the depths of troll question engineering, but I'm having a hard time with this answer. According to some facebook meme it is "dictionarily" invalid to argue that ...
The three Abrahamic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, generally view sex and sexuality as a taboo: Private matters, restricted from the public sphere (both the practice and discussion of ...
How Christians are expected to accommodate or view the existence and presence of other religions vis a vis Christianity?
We as Christians acknowledge the God’s plan of salvation at work first through Judaism in OT and then through Christianity in NT. So this question does not apply to Judaism. This plan of salvation ...
I have heard this statement used by Christians. Atheists counter that the lack of belief isn't a religion or belief system. Is there a logical justification for the charge that atheism is a religion? ...
I have watched the movie Zeitgeist where Christianity has been treated as a mere astrological thing, Jesus was also compared to the other gods and found out some profound similarities. Is Jesus the ...
If there is only one God, then why is there so many "different" religions an beliefs about the "same" God?
I have been a practicing Roman Catholic since I was a child. I am now 42 and I have two children--both of whom are receiving their sacraments. We are more recently infrequent church-goers. I am a ...
Has the Catholic Church or any large Christian organization ever had a policy of paying people to not have abortions?
Has the Catholic Church, or any large Christian churches or denominations, ever had a policy of paying money to people to not have abortions? For example, paying $10,000-$40,000 for a mother to ...
Do not know if I worded that right. But was wondering what you call someone who does not believe in organized religion at all. They may go to church but never as a member or follower of any ...
Is Christianity the sum of the actions and beliefs of its adherents or a set of actions and beliefs defined by the Bible? [closed]
This question is closely related to those regarding the definition of a Christian that was also discussed on the meta site here and here. While I consider that question answered and outside the scope ...