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What does election in Rome mean to world?
On Thursday at 2 p.m. Eastern time, a white-clad figure lifted off in a helicopter from a green pad in the smallest nation-state of the world. This lift-off was historic. The 265th successor of Peter left the office of Bishop of Rome, which carries with it the title of supreme pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church. Benedict XVI -- the enigmatic theologian pope -- became Pope Emeritus Benedict XIV. An era ended.
- Religion Column: God's Spirit testifies with our spirit The Bible says: "The Spirit Himself testifies with our spirit that we are children of God." (Romans 8:16 New American Standard Bible)
- Religion column: Put away the baby pictures and use the Force Every winter, Christians pull out a dusty family album and turn to the baby pictures.
The beauty of decay is often overlooked
While raking leaves on a sprawling lawn in the hamlet of Treadwell last week, I had plenty of time to ponder decay.
- Sharing your personal testimony I speak here on the subject of Christians sharing their personal testimony.
- Contentment can be found if we focus on Jesus Are the concepts of contentment and satisfaction, ideas that deserve our attention today?
Prayer, thankfulness and lost horses
As soon as apple harvest was done, we would construct a simple solar-powered electric wire fence within our orchard.
Dalai Lama offers insight into 21st-century spirituality
By Ashok Kumar Malhotra In "Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World," Dalai Lama, the beloved religious leader, provides an insight into spirituality for the 21st century. A political head without a country, Nobel laureate professing peace and Buddhist monk practicing nonviolence, proposes a universal ethics for the whole world that transcends all religions, conceptions of god and yet offers a moral plan for all humanity.
Make a radical commitment to a deserving savior
By the Rev. Bernie Knutsen In Matthew 6:33, Jesus said, "but seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you. Therefore, do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble."
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