Many human beings feel the need to label themselves with an "ism," or an acronym, or an orientation, etc., but in the process some of them somehow forget that first and foremost, we are not a compilation of our "isms"--we are human beings. Yes, we are "unique" in a sense, but it is the "isms" of the world which causes us as humans to separate ourselves from one another.
Added by Cathy Cooper on January 14, 2011 at 5:39pm — No Comments
Perhaps one of the most pernicious doctrines of the Christian faith the the belief that pride is somehow an iniquitous trait, when in fact, this is not the case at all. Christians have it all wrong.
When speaking to Christians on the subject of pride, they tell me that pride is probably the most dangerous of sins, and it is pride which keeps them from…Continue
As a regular on Yahoo Answers, I have seen a plethora of responses to various questions posted on the "Religion and Spirituality" forum, some of which were amusing, some intelligent, and some just plain stupid. In any case, during my time there, I have gained a great deal of insight into the minds of believers and unbelievers alike. I have also had the opportunity to converse with many of them, including one who was known as…Continue