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Posts Tagged ‘belief

Religious beliefs in America continue to fracture

September 27, 2011

Religion statistics expert George Barna says, with a wry hint of exaggeration, America is headed for “310 million people with 310 million religions.” “We are a designer society. We want everything customized to our personal needs — our clothing, our food, our education,” he says. Now it’s our religion. More people claim they have accepted […]

Old Testament teachings are, well, old

January 26, 2011

The following tongue-in-cheek letter addressed to Dr. Laura Schlesinger is a reminder that too many belief systems and believers pick and choose their way through religious teachings cafeteria style in determining what is “right” and “wrong”. [As a further note on the subject, far too many Christians in particular are operating by an “old” script […]

Christian belief a hobby rather than a core value

January 25, 2011

In 24 hours last November 9, 2010, gamers in North America and the United Kingdom spent a record $360 million on the new ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’ video game. How does this figure, $360 million, compare with what Christians in the U.S. give to Christian missions? The answer given by Dr. John Ronsvalle, coauthor […]

The U.S.’s no. 1 religion – Nope, not Christianity, it’s Ego-novism!

September 6, 2010

Christianity is commonly held to be the predominate religion in the United States, with 82.3 percent of Americans identifying themselves as being Christian in polls. However, when surveys are made that collect religious data, the pollsters never drill down to find out how religious the respondent really is. The vast majority of Christians do not […]