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The Official Peter Kreeft Site - Introduction The Official Peter Kreeft Site - Introduction Augustine tells of a vision of seeing a little boy at a beach scooping up the ocean thimbleful by thimbleful and emptying it out on the sand. Then he sees an angel who tells him that this boy will have emptied out the entire ocean long before Augustine has exhausted what can be said about God. This site's Featured Writings and Featured Audio about the ocean of God's love are only a few thimblefuls.
We had a good conversation in response to Collin Hanson's article in Christianity Today regarding ministry to Muslims and some how to approach the translation of "son of God." In response to some of the material covered in that article, and other articles by Rick brown my friend, "Rod," offers his thoughts below. Due to his situation, I cannot use his real name. The Son of God and Ministry to Muslims The Son of God and Ministry to Muslims
The Conversation for December 2009 | The Global Conversation The Conversation for December 2009 | The Global Conversation For the past 2,000 years, the Kingdom of God has expanded as people groups representing the world's "minor religious traditions" (animistic and polytheistic) in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas embraced the gospel of Jesus Christ. However, among the major world religions, like Hinduism and Islam, relatively few have put their faith in Jesus as Lord and Savior. As the gospel is now being shared in an unprecedented way with those of the world's major religions, discussion concerning new approaches is bound to occur. Cumming mentioned that since the Wesleyan and Great Awakening revivals, evangelicals have emphasized that personal faith in Jesus Christ is more important than any particular religious affiliation. This is really at the heart of the C5 discussion. Can Muslims who accept Jesus as Savior and Lord remain Muslim or must they join a new religion?
MP3 Dr James White was in South Africa the past weekend where he held a Biblical worldview seminar addressing topics which are very appropriate for our time. Everyone has a worldview. It's the lens you use to interpret life, the way you make sense of the world and your place in it. But is there a right and a wrong worldview, or is everyone's equally valid? In a maze of competing worldviews today, how can we find our way? MP3
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World Religions Religion Statistics Geography Church Statistics World Religions Religion Statistics Geography Church Statistics Adherents.com: National & World Religion Statistics - Church Statistics - World Religions Logo by Richard Satterfield is a growing collection of over : references to published membership/adherent statistics and congregation statistics for , churches, denominations, religious bodies, faith groups, tribes, cultures, movements, ultimate concerns, etc. The religions of the world are enumerated here. Basically, researchers can use this site to answer such questions as "How many Lutherans live in Wisconsin?" , "What are the major religions of India?"