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Global brands are skilled in articulating relationships, a competency that can: a) reinforce superiority versus local challengers
One is left to wonder why such amnesia has taken place. No doubt, reflection about the principles of a just society fits
Muslims are't at risk of anything when they say "I believe in Jesus." However, if someone says "I'm a Christian and I believe in Muhammad as a prophet," people might start to question one's credibility as a self-professed Christian.
You were not born for nothing. In you, in the terrific, singular way life has shaped you, there is a truth that is yours to tell. You may say: Not me. You may think: What I have done in this lifetime is to follow orders well. Not true. There is an undercurrent. You dream. You have something to say that we need to hear.
"Nielsen Innovate led the investment round in Furious because their product vision and platform align with one of our key
Khadija's existence precedes mine by more than 1,400 years; and, if I can at the very least, continuously strive to emulate her character, I will consider myself a success in life.
ISIS bombs several religious sites, including the burial site of the prophet Jonah.
The world groans with the voice of those who've been too easily ignored -- they are poor, uninsured, immigrants, women, children, gay. Those who follow Jesus -- that creative band of radicals and troublemakers -- we have to find our voice to speak up for them.
Both Jesus and Cato the Younger were very much prophets because they spoke truth against the injustices of the day and in the face of absentee gods, continued to move forward.
American Christian culture is often fronting. There are certainly all kinds of people in all kinds of subcultures that front, but when we Christians do it, it's especially frustrating because we basically front for God.
One of the reasons I love being able to contribute to the cultural conversation is having the ability to tell the story and journey of the overlooked or undiscovered artist.
As the nation celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the March on Washington, many are discussing what Dr. King would say to the nation and world today and tell us to do. But his message to us today is as clear as it was fifty years ago if only we could hear, heed, and follow his warnings about what we need to do to make America America.
To me, it's simple. We heal and grow when we are looked at with hopeful and believing eyes. And we break a little every time we experience the opposite.
When we say someone "follows Jesus," what exactly do we mean? The problem is not with the word "Jesus," it's with the concept of "following."
Freedom of consciousness is needed before democracy can ever flourish. Some critics believe that Arab media is one of the places where this can occur. Unfortunately, Arab media in its present state cannot be the agora of debate.
A 58-year-old man in Minneapolis also cited religion when he told police that God wanted him to "marry" his niece, who he
There is a policy myth is that churches and charities alone could take care of the problems of poverty -- especially if we slashed taxes. But this really has more to do with libertarian political ideology than good theology.
"Exactly. Remember what Gandhi said? Be the change you want to see in the world?" "You're like children playing war games
Despite his tremendous commercial potential, Bob Marley's most enduring legacy is his prophetic one. He inspires disenfranchised communities with a promise of worldly salvation and divine redemption.
If our political leaders won't make room for the "strangers" among us, we, the people of faith, will. It's time to stop playing politics with people's lives.