Religion and Faith

Why do we celebrate Easter? Five answers from Billy Graham

Why do we celebrate Easter? Five answers from Billy Graham, Herland Report

  Billy Graham was a leading spiritual leader who preached to hundreds of millions during his life time. He served as a minister to presidents, statesmen and world leaders and held crusades all over the world. His answers to central spiritual questions about the meaning of life and the afterlife is central. Why do we celebrate the Christian holiday of …

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On Sex and Religion: What is true Love?

On Sex and Religion: Herland Report

  Sexuality is arguably is one of life’s greatest gifts. Christianity explains how God created sex for the unification of marriage, as two individuals share their commitment to love in order to make their way together through the harsh, treacherous landscapes of life. On Sex and Religion: Protected by fidelity, trust and mutual respect, the love between the two also …

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Christianity, ethics and Habermas: Moral questions are rational questions of how to live the best possible life

Christianity, ethics and Jürgen Habermas: Moral questions are rational questions of how to live the best possible life. Bild

  Moral questions are rational questions that discuss how we are to live the best possible life. Christianity produced a distinct set of moral virtues that were the ideal standards for justice in traditional, historic Western nations. Christianity, ethics and Habermas: Since the atheist, relativist ideology took over the hegemony in the West, these ideals have been scrapped and substituted …

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General William Booth, the Salvation Army and its Social Revolution

General William Booth and In darkest England and the way out

  At the height of the British Empire, with its unparalleled wealth and international influence, the founder of the Salvation Army, General William Booth, wrote In darkest England and the way out (1890). General William Booth: At this time, the interiors of Africa were being penetrated by Western explorers, among them Henry Morton Stanley, who just returned from the Congo …

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Atheism, Emptiness and Suicide: We have lost the Recipe for Inner Peace

Atheist Emptiness: Herland Report

  Suicide is an epidemic in the West. Among Americans, the numbers are alarming, with suicide as the 10th leading cause of death. Between 1999-2016, the rate increased 30 %, writes Jesse Lee Peterson. Emptiness and Suicide: The reasons for suicide are many, but particularly white people kill themselves, according to studies. Between 2006 and 2016, the suicide rate for …

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Auguste Comte and Modern Science: The denial of the Metaphysical Dimension

Auguste Comte and Modern Science: The denial of the Metaphysical Dimension and Auguste Comte

  Today many views “modern science” and “empiricism” – the practice of basing theories on testing of data derived from human experiences – as if these are infallible entities. Yet, one hardly remembers that for example lobotomy – drilling holes into a patient’s skull – was considered “scientific” only a few years ago. Modern science is often much more influenced …

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Science is politicized: Modern science is not objective

The Goal of Science is to understand God: GHL

  Because perception is inherently fallible, logic is duped by empirical evidence. Our five senses are notoriously weak and prone to error. Hundreds of optical illusions are readily available to prove the point. Every scientific error had the support of logic. In short, perception itself is woefully inadequate to assess reality, writes poet, playwriter and essayist, William Hamnet Wall, first …

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Hedonism versus the tough love of Christianity

The tough love of Christianity: Hanne Nabintu Herland. new book The BIllionaire World.

  The legacy of the Judeo-Christian ethics of tough love is the only set of values in the West that have been able to unite us. We have not developed any other ethics that have been able to sustain core stability. These several thousand years old tough love rules establish clear boundaries between right and wrong, good and evil, justice …

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Secular Extremism: Liberals define secularism as atheism, says Mohammad Usman Rana

Secular Extremism in Europe: Dr. Mohammad Usman Rana, Herland Report

  Herland Report TV (HTV): Historian Hanne Nabintu Herland sat down with Mohammad Usman Rana discussing secular extremism in Europe, authoritarian atheism and lack of respect for religious freedom. Watch it here! “Increasingly, we are seeing Liberals define secularism as atheism, and neutrality as godlessness,” says Dr. Mohammad Usman Rana, medical doctor, author and famous commentator in the media, in …

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