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Does Eating Kosher Food Prevent Swine Flu?

Kosher foods refer to foods that comply with Jewish dietary law based on the books of Deuteronomy and Leviticus. The meat from rabbits, camels and pigs is expressly prohibited in the Jewish diet. Some are wondering whether they should avoid ...

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On The Lighter Side: Funny Church Signs and American Opinion

Here are some hilarious church signs that might crack a smile on even the most devout churchgoer. Guess which ones are real and which ones were made on a computer program. The first video shows pictures of signs made on ...

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Missouri's Constitutional Amendment to Allow School Prayer

The AP / Kansas City News has reported that legislation allowing school prayer is making its way through the Missouri legislature. The House overwhelmingly endorsed a proposed change in the Missouri Constitution by a 127-25 vote. If approved on a ...

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Homeless Man Arrested for Church Damages

A homeless man in Little Rock, Arkansas, was arrested in connection with damaging a pentecostal church. The man allegedly caused $50,000 to $70,000 worth of damage in less than an hour on his vandalizing spree. The First Pentecostal Church was ...

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Reasonable Faith – Christian Truth and Apologetics

Reasonable Faith Christian Truth and Apologetics Perfect as a textbook yet excellent for lay readers, this updated edition builds a positive case for Christianity by applying the latest thought to core theological themes. J. Gresham Machen once said, "False ideas ...

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The Survivors Club The Secrets and Science that Could Save Your Life

The Survivors Club The Secrets and Science that Could Save Your Life Which is the safest seat on an airplane? Where is the best place to have a heart attack? Why does religious observance add years to your life? How ...

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You Can Lead an Atheist to Evidence, But You Cant Make Him Think – Answers to Questions from Angry Skeptics

You Can Lead an Atheist to Evidence But You Cant Make Him Think Answers to Questions from Angry Skeptics In this entertaining and enlightening new book, Pastor Ray Comfort, author of the million-selling The Atheist Test, talks to the atheists ...

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Atheist Manifesto The Case Against Christianity Judaism and Islam

Atheist Manifesto The Case Against Christianity Judaism and Islam This tightly argued, hugely controversial work convincingly demonstrates how the world's three major monotheistic religions-Christianity, Judaism, and Islam-have attempted to suppress knowledge, science, pleasure, and desire, often condemning nonbelievers to death. ...

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The Bible Slam: Genesis Chapter 1

Genesis 1 is the very first book in the Bible, and describes how the earth and heavens were created.   The comments and discussion in this section are not to make fun of Christians, but to point out discrepancies in ...

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The Bible Slam

Do we hate the Bible?  No.  But at God Discussion, we don't think it was meant to be taken literally. That said, welcome to the Bible Slam! In the spirit of a "poetry slam" where poets read or recite their ...

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Republican Joe Barton Claims He Stumped the Energy Secretary

Texas' Rep. Joe Barton claims that he "stumped" a Nobel prize winning scientist. Read more here — and see a screen shot of Barton's self-congratulatory "Tweet." Here's the full exchange, as posted by Think Progress with the YouTube video description: ...

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Russia Celebrates Bell Week

It's 'Bell Week' in Russia, which means that churches throughout the land will put on bell-ringing concerts. Bell Week is celebrated in Russia a week after Orthodox Easter. Here is a look inside Moscow's campanology school. The video will load ...

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Is Reincarnation Real? Take a Quick Poll

Central to a number of religions is the belief that humans are reborn in the flesh — or reincarnated. Reincarnation is taught primarily in the Eastern religions, such as in Hinduism and Buddhism. In Western culture, the growing number of ...

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