The Bible is one of the two or three oldest books in the world, but unlike most of the ancient books, it is found not only in great libraries, but in almost every home of the civilized world; and it is not only studied by learned scholars, but read by the common people; and its many stories grasp and hold the attention of little children.
Here we present two public domain books of bible stories: The Wonder Book of Bible Stories, edited and arranged by Logan Marshall, and Bible Stories and Religious Classics, by Phillip P. Wells. We will add more bible stories to this site in the future!
Unger, a Brazilian politician who writes philosophy books about religion, is something of an escape artist from the obvious predicaments of modern thought—although let it be said that he would disagree with the characterization of his project as ... (Oct 16, 2017, PopMatters)
I was raised with morals and without religion. What I believe is that humans create gods and empower them through “belief.” The Romans and Egyptians empowered lots of gods. Those gods are now considered to be myths. Those gods informed society for ... (Oct 16, 2017, Deseret News)
“Ethics and Religion Talk,” answers questions of ethics or religion from a multi-faith perspective. Each post contains three or four responses to a reader question from a panel of nine diverse clergy from different religious perspectives, all based in ... (Oct 16, 2017, The Rapidian)
Name one religion that doesn't. People get their attitudes from their parents, who are taught by religion and culture. This problem is here to stay for as long as people believe in medieval attitudes and ridiculous cultural practices. Women too have to ... (Oct 16, 2017, Ottawa Citizen)
It's been reported that two out of three Australians think that religion does more harm than good in the world. That's not encouraging news at a time when there are questions being asked about whether or not the various tax exemptions and privileges ... (Oct 15, 2017, Insights News)
Pope Francis arrives to lead a Mass at the church of the Parish of San Pier Damiani at Casal Bernocchi on the southern outskirts of Rome on May 21, 2017. Photo courtesy of Reuters/Remo Casilli. VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis, who often laments ... (Oct 15, 2017, Religion News Service)
Where are we headed when it comes to marketing and religion in the digital age? An international sandwich chain store based in the UK called Pret a Manger a few years ago had to withdraw a brand of tomato flavoured crisps called Virgin Mary after ... (Oct 15, 2017, YourStory.com)
With only 4 in 10 millennials saying religion was very important to them, there is more of an ideological divide than ever before. Coupled with social media, Holtz said it's not uncommon to be met with negativity online when someone shares his or her ... (Oct 15, 2017, News-Press Now)
Teddy Oparanya was strolling around Mumias market when he noticed her. She was dressed in a hijab, and walked with an aura of authority that indicated pride, authority and confidence, all rolled into one. "There was something different about her. I ... (Oct 15, 2017, The Standard)
Religion, then. MacGregor believes that in western Europe, and nowhere more than in Britain, society is extremely unusual because it really doesn't have an overarching shared religion. “We are trying to live without an agreed narrative of our communal ... (Oct 15, 2017, The Guardian)
As such, Zimbabwe falls in the list of countries with no official or preferred religion according to the provisions of Section 60 (1) (a) and (b) of the Constitution which provides every citizen with the freedom of conscience, thought, opinion ... (Oct 14, 2017, Bulawayo24 News (press release) (blog))
Religion & Culture | Chinese arts troupe thrills Jamaicans. Published:Sunday | October 15, 2017 | 12:00 AM. Photo · Video. Previous Pause Next. Contributed. Members of the Shenzhen Arts Troupe from China take the stage to deliver an iconic message to ... (Oct 14, 2017, Jamaica Gleaner)
Draw on inherent good in religion: DPM Teo, Singapore News & Top ... (Oct 14, 2017, The Straits Times)