The dialectical answer is yes! And no! In the latest print edition of TIME Josef Joffe is this question in light of the awarding of the Nobel Peace price slightly. He notes that such prices recently often not past achievements are awarded for something already, but for the good disposition and the envisaged good thing. … Continue reading Are nuclear weapons good for world peace?
There are somehow "not get enough" people. The strive to have the power to be rich to have a big house to have a big car, much to have in regard to other people to be able to influence others, women or men to prevail, although you never can have people and anyway basically nothing … Continue reading Sometimes it needs to be more
Translated automatically from German to English bei google translator. As a Christian basically yes. For it is geared to what said and did and lived Jesus Christus. On one hand, it is reported that he accepted people, especially those who were not particularly recognized in society, publicans, the sick, the poor and so on. Secondly, … Continue reading Should we change the world?
"Smart people don’t become Christians," she thought, according to Biola University. Her worldview, however, began to change at age 31. She recounts her journey from atheism to Christianity in the recently released Not God’s Type: A Rational Academic Finds a Radical Faith. "It is no light matter to meet God after having denied Him all … Continue reading US Professor turn from Atheism to find more answers in Christianity
The French National Assembly last week approved by a vote of 355 to 1 a measure which would ban women from wearing the burka and the niqab in public places. France is home to an estimated 5 million Muslims, or 6 percent of the population. An estimated 2,000 French Muslims wear the niqab. The less-restricted … Continue reading Burka ban: protection or violation the civil liberties ?
Despite his uncuddly image, the pope has a message for believers and deniers alike. You know the world's natural order has settled down again when the Free Church of Scotland has voiced its disapproval of a papal visitation. Several months have elapsed since it was announced that Benedict XVI would be embarking on a pilgrimage … Continue reading Even atheists should welcome Benedict’s visit