BT Daily: Intercessory Prayer – Part 3

BT Daily: Intercessory Prayer – Part 3

[Darris McNeely] I’ve always thought that the apostle Paul had probably the longest, most-involved prayer lists of anyone imaginable. The reason I’ve come to that conclusion – actually did many years ago – is by what he writes in Colossians 1:9. We’re talking about in a series on intercessory prayer – taking the needs of

Are you comfortable with getting what you want?

Are you comfortable with getting what you want?

[Music] here’s what we want you to hear everything that you feel don’t leave don’t leave because we’re going to give you the most important thing right now they’ll be really short here’s the most important thing that we really want you to get this so you’re in a constant state of becoming and you

What Are Comparative Religion Classes Like?

What Are Comparative Religion Classes Like?

>>RORY JOHNSON: Religion is a field that sharpens other disciplines. There’s an exposure to things that are foreign, things that are unknown, things that are new, new cultures, different ideas, different ways of perceiving the world, different ways of being in the world.>>JIM HANGES: The very act of asking students to critically reflect on things

Sick religion & spirituality – बीमार धर्म और अध्यात्म

Sick religion & spirituality – बीमार धर्म और अध्यात्म

Pranaam(greetings)! Om Namah Shivaaya. I got a very strange question… that… A person wrote to me that he has been doing mediation, Yoga… See a beautiful dog has come… Anyways… So a Yogi, a person asked me saying… he has been doing Yoga practice, meditation et cetera and he gets various types of experiences like…

Jonathan Haidt: Polarization as Religion

Jonathan Haidt: Polarization as Religion

It’s great to welcome back to the program today. Jonathon hight, who is a social psychologist and professor at [inaudible] New York University Stern School of business. He’s the author of multiple New York Times bestsellers, including the righteous mind. The newer book coauthored with Greg Luke. Ian Off the coddling of the American mind

Unity of Religion: How Do We Talk About It? – Full Video

Unity of Religion: How Do We Talk About It? – Full Video

The following study is going to be an exploration of some of the quotes from the Baha’i Writings related to the Unity of Religion. In this study, we’re going to try and take a look at how we can begin to see these apparently disparate Faiths, like Christianity, or Islam, or Buddhism; how we can

The Heart of Centering Prayer: Part 3 of 4

The Heart of Centering Prayer: Part 3 of 4

[music playing] CYNTHIA BOURGEAULT: What I wanted to do is to talk just a little bit about contemplation. What is it? And, again, we’re weaving back and forth between The Cloud of Unknowing and our contemporary reference points in Contemplative Outreach. So, if you’re a regular practitioner of centering prayer, it will be indelibly etched

KLIMAT-TEOKRATIN: Varför miljörörelsen blivit en religion

KLIMAT-TEOKRATIN: Varför miljörörelsen blivit en religion

Hi, I’m Henrik Jönsson. The rhetoric of the environmental movement has become more and more hyperbolic the last year. The movement’s vision of the future is increasingly predicated on faith rather than knowledge. When tenets are legitimized, heresy accusations is the next step. With this as a springboard, I’d like to discuss how the Green

God Saves – The Sinner’s Prayer Only Hurts People

God Saves – The Sinner’s Prayer Only Hurts People

Psalm 105:5 says, “Remember His wonders which He has done.” So it is a good thing for us to remember and to think about what God has done in our life. I grew up in a home where my family took me to church basically every time the doors were open. So the reality of