How Should Christians Act? [Black Ops Bible Study ep3] [Matthew 5:43-48 / Matthew 10:14]

Remember to Like the video if you enjoy it! Thanks everyone! Facebook - www.facebook.com Twitter - www.twitter.com This is the 3rd episode in my Bible Study Series. In this video I go over how I feel Christians should act regarding other people. I hope you enjoy it and I hope you will share your own opinions as well! Thanks guys! How Should Christians Act? [Black Ops Bible Study ep3] [Matthew 5:43-48 / Matthew 10:14]

Religious Hardtalk : Islam and Christianity in Jamaica ( 1 of 2 )

Which is the true religion, Christianity or Islam ? Is Jesus God? Does the Bible teach that Jesus is God? Why did I choose Islam? Why I’m not a Christian or Jew? Three former Jamaican Fundamentalist Christians tell their stories about how they entered Islam and how it has changed their lives. Brother Abudghani, former christian, former member of Church of God of Prophecy Brother Abdulkareem, former christian, former member of the New Testament Church of God Brother Muhammad Abdullah former christian, former member of Jehovah’s Witness The Enslaved Muslims from West Africa Recent scholarship on the Atlantic slave trade has revealed that the total number of Enslaved Africans brought to the Americas is likely to be more than twenty million. Slyviane A. Diouf, writing on the Muslim slaves in the Americas, conclusively asserts: “Therefore, if counted as a whole, on a religious basis rather on an ethnic one the Muslims were probably more numerous in the Americas than any other group among the arriving Africans”. In Jamaica from 1655 to 1807, Philip Curtin in his work on slave census, proposes 423900 Africans from Muslim dominated areas, representing 56.8 percent of the arrivals. Islam had cut across ethnic lines, social classes and state boundaries in West Africa— Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Mali, Benin, Ghana, and Nigeria, Libya Egypt (incorporating Madinka, Fula, Susu, Ashanti, Hausa and other nations) from as early as the tenth and eleventh centuries, ie long

Meditation, Introduction by Kavita Maharaj

Click for DVD - bit.ly 18 Classes on 1 disk for .95 yogayak.com The introduction to meditation provides an excellent and practical foundation for further meditation study; you will begin to learn how to accept and guide your mind toward quiet contemplation. Contraindications If you are being treated for any form of depression or mental illness consult your healthcare practitioner before beginning any form of meditation. Teacher: Kavita Maharaj

Christianity and Liberalism: The Church - J. Gresham Machen (Chapter 7 of 7)

J. Gresham Machen playlist www.youtube.com Thank you to reformedaudio.org for use of this audio. Please visit their website for many other classic Christian works. The message of this famous classic of the Christian faith is more desperately needed in the 21st century than it was in the early 20th century. Since Machen wrote, the philosophical and theological trends that generated the issues he was addressing have become more firmly entrenched in the consciousness not only of the culture at large, but of evangelical Christianity in particular. The major thesis of this books is not that theological liberalism is bad, although Machen leaves little doubt of his opinion of it. Rather, the major thesis is that theologically liberal Christianity is not Christianity at all, and that toward every one of the most fundamental teachings of historic Christianity, theological liberalism takes an antithetical stance. The position of the liberal church toward doctrine is that Christianity should be an undogmatic religion, unconcerned with theological subtleties. Christianity should be a life, not a system of doctrine. Certainly at this point, liberalism could not possibly be more firmly allied with contemporary mainstream evangelicalism. Anti-doctrinalism goes hand in hand with the two most pervasive philosophical currents of our age, postmodernism with its radical relativism, and existentialism, with its radical subjectivism and distrust of objective systems in general. Machen shows

Simple Meditation ~ Full Lesson

Click for DVD - bit.ly 18 Classes on 1 disk for .95 yogayak.com This basic meditation is also one of the most powerful ways of attaining inner peace, as well as learning techniques that you can carry into any meditation practice. Keep in mind that simple does not mean inferior, merely uncomplicated and accessible. Contraindications If you are being treated for any form of depression or mental illness consult your healthcare practitioner before beginning any form of meditation. Teacher: Kavita Maharaj

Islam and Christianity in Jamaica (Full HQ) Religious Hardtalk: Episodes 1 and 2

FULL VERSION WITH THE SECOND EPISODE ! Three former Jamaican Fundamentalist Christians tell their stories about how they entered Islam and how it has changed their lives. The Enslaved Muslims from West Africa Recent scholarship on the Atlantic slave trade has revealed that the total number of Enslaved Africans brought to the Americas is likely to be more than twenty million. Slyviane A. Diouf, writing on the Muslim slaves in the Americas, conclusively asserts: “Therefore, if counted as a whole, on a religious basis rather on an ethnic one the Muslims were probably more numerous in the Americas than any other group among the arriving Africans”. In Jamaica from 1655 to 1807, Philip Curtin in his work on slave census, proposes 423900 Africans from Muslim dominated areas, representing 56.8 percent of the arrivals. Islam had cut across ethnic lines, social classes and state boundaries in West Africa— Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Mali, Benin, Ghana, and Nigeria, Libya Egypt (incorporating Madinka, Fula, Susu, Ashanti, Hausa and other nations) from as early as the tenth and eleventh centuries, ie long before the slave trade. Islam in these kingdoms was first diffused by the migration of Muslim merchants, teachers, and agricultural settlers. The Muslims sometimes formed peaceful minorities in non-Muslim societies such as the Ashanti Empire. In cases such as Kano, Katsina, Takrur and Bornu the local chiefs accepted Islam as early as the tenth and eleventh centuries.

What is Orthodox Christianity? (longer version)

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Vipassana Meditation

yogayak.com Vipassana, which means to see things as they really are, is one of India’s most ancient techniques of meditation. It was rediscovered by Gotama Buddha more than 2500 years ago and was taught by him as a universal remedy for universal ills, ie, an Art Of Living. This non-sectarian technique aims for the total eradication of mental impurities and the resultant highest happiness of full liberation. Healing, not merely the curing of diseases, but the essential healing of human …

Zen Meditation

This video is an introduction to Zen meditation. For more info visit the Zen Centre of Vancouver website: www.zen.ca The Zen Centre of Vancouver provides a supportive place for the instruction and practice of Zen Buddhism. Enjoy the original meditation music in this video.

Metta Meditation (Universal Loving Kindness)

yogayak.com ~ DVD http ~ Kavita in this ancient meditation, taught by the Buddha himself, brings unconditional love to your Self, your loved ones and even learn to send unconditional love to your least favorite people. Visualizing a beautiful green light around your heart chakra encourages open and encompassing love that leaves you feeling good through and through! Mettā (Pāli) or Maitrī (Sanskrit) means unconditional and unattached loving kindness. It is one of the ten pāramitās of the …