Should christians JUDGE????…YES!!!

I prove this through biblical scriptures. Per Illbehonest.com One of the most misused verses in all of the bible is Matthew 7:1, about judging not, lest you be judged. - So many people will quote it and say it to confront people about their salvation and sin in their life. Is it biblical for Christians to pronounce judgment? Is our cultures present understanding of Matthew 7 truly biblical? Tim Conway answers an Ask Pastor Tim question and responds with the scriptures

Eckhart Tolle On How Can I Apply Spirituality On A Daily Life

What Is Spirituality? It is not ideal to consider spirituality as a thing, an object. It does not have the nature of a specimen that can be dissected and analysed. Spirituality is better thought of as a boundary-less dimension of human experience. As such, it must be admitted, it is not open to the normal methodologies of scientific investigation. It cannot completely be defined. It cannot be pinned down. So… What are we to do? Firstly, you don’t have to give up! You don’t have to be like people who equate spirituality with a religion they decide is false, then abandon. It is possible to look at spirituality another way, as something free of institutional structures and hierarchies, not so much about dogma and beliefs as about attitudes, values and practices, about what motivates you (us) at the deepest level, influencing how you think and behave, helping you find a true and useful place in your community, culture and in the world. Spirituality can be thought of as the ‘active ingredient’ of major world religions (and some humanistic ideologies too). Why not think of the spiritual dimension as a kind of adventure playground, a place to learn in and have fun, a place in which to extend yourself, to grow? Spirituality cannot be explored using scientific methods because it involves deeply personal, subjective experiences, and in this it differs from the over-riding ambition of science: to be objective. Both are necessary and appropriate, complementary formulas for

Ringo4life, An Exhortation to Repentance: Christianity? John 3;16? Answered Biblically

www.taliforgod.com PLEASE READ THESE COMMENTS I make this exhortation in the way i do in hopes that Ringo does indeed have the Holy Spirit working in him; if he does, there is absolutely no way he can deny the Virgin Birth and Jesus being God manifest in the flesh for very long. Proverbs 27:5-6 Open rebuke is better than secret love. 6Faithful are the wounds of a friend; but the kisses of an enemy are deceitful. To his viewers, if you truly love Ringo; you would agree that denying such biblical teachings is dangerous. Before accepting anything said about Christians, consider that the person saying such things; denies the Virgin Birth… Denies Jesus is God manifest in the flesh 1 timothy 3:16. Proverbs 27:6 Faithful are the wounds of a friend; but the kisses of an enemy are deceitful. I would rather warn Ringo now, and see him in the Kingdom. Than not warn him and his viewers and not see them. The Virgin Birth is not a “Christian Thing” Jesus as God manifest in the flesh is not a “Christian Thing” 1 Tim. 3:16 This is just some more additional credible sources which demonstrate that the name Christian means follower of Christ. In addition showing that from the 2nd century on forward, the disciples considered this a term of honor. www.blueletterbible.org I even search several credible sources for definitions: New American Standard Keyword Study Bible Strong’s dictionary with AMG word studies page 2312 2008 edition by AMG publishers 5546, Christianos, krhis-tee-an-os’; from

Can Christianity and Islam Tolerate Each Other? ( Q & A Session - 4 of 4 )

Does Islam tolerate other Beliefs? Is Christianity a Tolerant Religion? Does Christianity tolerate other Beliefs? Is Islam a Tolerant Religion?Representing the Muslim perspective was Sami Zaatari: Sami has written hundreds of articles defending Islam He is a member of the Muslim Dawah Initiative its formed of members from the Muslim community with experience in public speaking, apologetics, polemics, research and community work. He runs the website www.muslim-responses.com Sami is currently studying literature in London and is working on a book on Jesus’ crucifixion. Representing the Christian side was Mr. Jay Smith, a Ph.D. candidate in Islamic studies at Brunel University in London. He has participated in many debates that have included distinguished opponents such as Benazir Bhuto, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan. The Topic of Debate: Can Christianity and Islam Tolerate Each Other? A Question of Absolute Truth Sami Zaatari (www.muslim-responses.com) vs. Jay Smith (www.debate.org.uk) (Gunnersbury Baptist Church, West London, UK 5th February 2011)

Can you be too liberal to be a Christian?

The video of John Shelby Spong… www.youtube.com His wikipedia entry… en.wikipedia.org