Geography Now! India

Geography Now! India

So we have finally encroached upon the giant: India. Some of you’ve been waiting a LOOOOONG time for this episode. I’m just gonna say straight up: You all know India is incredibly complex and diverse. Even Indians have trouble understanding their own country. Obviously, I won’t be able to scratch even the surface in this

God Is My Drug | Explorer

God Is My Drug | Explorer

[music playing] TIM SAMUELS: I’m in Jerusalem, and I’m searching for ecstasy. [music playing] My search is for the Na Nach, a small sect of highly religious Jews who themselves are dedicated to the search for spiritual ecstasy. Religion as I knew it was a childhood battle against boredom, fidgeting in the face of archaic

Why Study…Early Christianity with Tom O’Loughlin

Why Study…Early Christianity with Tom O’Loughlin

[Music] Hello my name is Simon Oliver and welcome to the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Nottingham and another in our ‘Why Study’ series of videos. Today I’m joined by Tom O’Loughlin who is the Professor of Historical Theology. Tom you study the Christian past – why that subject area?

Did Christianity Cause the Dark Ages?

Did Christianity Cause the Dark Ages?

one of the most common accusations levied against Christianity today is that it is antithetical to scientific advancement and societal cohesion had it not been for the hole left by the Christian Dark Age as they say we could be exploring the galaxy by now and while this chart is ironically very unscientific itself they

Unity: The Hopeful Future of American Christianity – Stanley Hauerwas

Unity: The Hopeful Future of American Christianity – Stanley Hauerwas

>>I’m often described as someone that’s prophetic, and a full professor at a major research university, by definition cannot be prophetic. [laughing] I tend to resist that a good bit.>>The prophets were marginalized, these were the people on the edges of society.>>I’m too accepted. So I never pretended to try to be a prophet, or

Why 330 Million Gods in Hinduism?

Why 330 Million Gods in Hinduism?

Hey seekers, welcome to our YouTube channel. For Christians Jesus is God For Muslims Allah is God Which we call monotheism Which means worshiping only one God But when it comes to Hinduism there are millions of God’s which we call Polythesim which means worshiping more than one God It is said that there are

MindBlowing Occult Sanskrit Hebrew Etymology Symbolism: Vedic Origins of Civilization

MindBlowing Occult Sanskrit Hebrew Etymology Symbolism: Vedic Origins of Civilization

India is the birthplace of language mathematics religion in its the cradle of the human race All roads lead to India Sanskrit is the mother of all the world’s oldest living languages NASA scientists declare that Sanskrit is the most pure of all the world’s languages Sanskrit is the sacred language of ancient pre Brahmin

Indus Valley Civilization: Crash Course World History #2

Indus Valley Civilization: Crash Course World History #2

Hi, I’m John Green, and this is Crash Course World History. Let’s begin today with a question. Why am I alive? Also, why don’t I have any eyes? Ah, That’s better. The way we answer that question ends up organizing all kinds of other thoughts, like what we should value, and how we should behave,

How Should Christianity Engage in Culture?

How Should Christianity Engage in Culture?

There’s nothing new in history and the best historical precedent for the world we live in today happened 2,500 years ago, and it was called the Babylonian exile. And the Jews had so squandered, hadn’t done particularly well in their faith for hundreds of years and God took them and plunk them in Babylon and

Hindu | Hinduism | The Origin | #HelloTamizha | #Tamil

Hindu | Hinduism | The Origin | #HelloTamizha | #Tamil

Hindu & Hinduism – Who we are., The Origin The word Hindu is very much misunderstood and misused. Many people have no idea how the word originated. In India, some politicians use the the words Hindu and Hindutva with communal overtones either to promote or oppose some ideology or party. To the rest of the