... (or animus) is knowledge. Faith seeks, spirit finds. In the Christian tradition, the figure of faith is Mary; and the figure of ... Hers was the peace-loving, non-violent, all-forgiving Christianity of the Gospels. Of Pennsylvania Mennonite stock, “plain read more...

... observes the hermit saying his prayers and performing his Christian rituals. The archbishop is impressed, but he notices ... nation and the modern world—prophetic not so much in the familiar and somewhat debased sense of that word as a prediction of read more...

... Agony The Wenger-Winger-Wanger History including Christian Wenger, 1718 By John E. Fetzer with additional family ... Ship Intercession At Mannheim The Sick Removed At Large Christian Wenger (A2) in Switzerland Christian Wenger (A2) at read more...

... Bruce Yes , rapture, as I’ve been taught in the Christian fundamental sense , that the earth will be destroyed and ... , if not more . I would highly dou bt whether he was familiar , or clever and conniving enough to have said this to John read more...

... was born in 1951 in Grand Haven, Michigan. Being raised a Christian Scientist among staunchly evangelical Dutch Reformed ... Spiritualism was viewed as a religion, with one foot in Christianity and the other in Swedenborgian hermeticism. In 1867 read more...

... passages out of this book that reconcile the traditional Christian scripture to the writings of the Aquarian Gospel. What this ... had transcended to a more mystical experience-based type of Christianity. That thought process is that we’ve been here before, read more...

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... his lingo was A Course in Miracles lingo because it was familiar to me, since I was raised as a Christian Scientist. But he read more...

... line of ancestral “believers” dating to the time of the Christian Crusade ... it is my view that there is a crying need, the ... language of radio engineering with which John Fetzer was familiar. The confederations of intelligent entities or cells ... read more...

... Spiritualism “out of the blue”? Or did he gradually become familiar with more metaphysical thinking in the years leading up to ... founded truth. The Buddhist expresses it in one way, the Christian in another, but both say the same: We are all one. read more...

... men irrespective of their faith. He does not belong to the Christian world any more than to the Buddhist, the Mohammedan, or any ... other faith. There is no need for any man to join the Christian Church in order to be affiliated with Christ. The read more...

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