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Trusting God as one would a lover

Trusting God as one would a lover

How should one trust God? A short story by Osho reveals the truth, like all other Osho stories normally do. A man who was newly married was on his way back home with his bride in a boat, traversing a river. Suddenly a storm arose and the wife trembled with fear as the man sat […]

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Picking our fights: Goodness theory

By Hal McKenzie    January 30, 2003 Several science articles that have appeared on the Web lately suggest that an air of almost religious fervor is sweeping the scientific world. With the application of computer science, also known as cybernetics, to biology, physics, and social science, scientists are in effect coming to grasp the reality of […]

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The Raelians: Religion or ruse?

By Hal McKenzie       January 21, 2003 A simple blood test could prove whether or not the followers of Rael (the former Paul Vorhilon) actually cloned a child as they claim, but since they have conveniently backed down from allowing such a test, the question remains in doubt. The Raelians have made it abundantly clear, however, […]

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Pentecostals and religious entrepreneurs delivering global impact

Pentecostals and religious entrepreneurs delivering global impact

It is the 3pm exorcism at the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God on the Avenida Brigadeiro Luís Antônio in São Paulo. The air is sticky and the afternoon has a lazy siesta feel. Middle-class Paulistas drift into the cool, calm church, which, with its comfortable seats, sparkling granite floor and raised stage, has […]

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