Why are millennials leaving church? Try atheism CNN (blog) Apostles Matthew, John and Peter, who wrote a good portion of the New Testament were present with the Lord Jesus Christ during His Ministry on earth.
Do you smell? ChristianToday But, the apostle Paul tells us that we carry the scent of Jesus wherever we go – “For we are the aroma of Christ among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing.
Hacking Insulin Pumps And Other Medical Devices - Reality Not Fiction Forbes One of the briefings at Black Hat this year was a session on how vulnerable medical devices are to cyber attack, given by Jay Radcliff.
What is a Christian? It is either a simple question or a very complex one, depending on who's asking and who's answering. The question of who is a practicing Protestant or a devout Catholic should be less complicated.
Surveillance and God: religion as NSA-style Big Brother Death and Taxes Growing up, before I had the terrifying pleasure of reading We, 1984 and Brave New World, something unnerved me about the disembodied, omniscient and ever-watchful eye of the...
Susan Preston's insight:
If we do nothing wrong, we have nothing to fear... at least not from God, as for the government, who knows :)
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