April 23, 2014

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Book release: Finding purpose in life through the Trinity Print E-mail

By Tom Bosse

Christian author and lay minister Tom Bosse is the author of the revelation to Trinity’s mystery, “The Unveiling of the Trinity.”

The word Trinity generally conjures up the word mystery or a topic with deep theological concerns designated for someone with a Masters of Divinity. However, the word Trinity is not just an arbitrary term devised by Christians, but represents the handiwork of God reaching out to fallen mankind. As the major Christian doctrine, the Trinity not only incorporates the Godhead, but its real meaning expresses life.

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Religion News 1-29-13 Print E-mail

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Religion News 1-22-13 Print E-mail

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Creativity, Education and the Gift of "Stress" Print E-mail

Psychologists have long recognized that for most of us there is a creative "sweet spot," or (perhaps more accurately) a "sweet zone," somewhere on the continuum between a complete lack of stress and disabling distress. Most of us need the variety of inputs life brings, including experiences of dissonance and difficulty and tension, in order to achieve some level of creative output. This "sweet zone," because it is broader than a single point on the continuum, varies from one person to another, obviously; but, for any particular person, it may also vary from one situation and activity to another.

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Religion News 1-15-13 Print E-mail

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We're still here..... Print E-mail

We're still here....

If you are reading this blog, the Mayans were wrong. Or, at least, the Maya interpreters were. The world did not end on December 21.

Apparently the Russians were on the edge of their seats over the whole end of the world, Mayan calendar thing. According to an article in the New York Times on December 1, reports were coming in from all over Russia about aberrant behavior linked closely to the Mayan calendar: "Inmates in a women's prison near the Chinese border" were experiencing "collective mass psychosis," wrote Ellen Barry from her journalistic perch in Moscow. "In a factory town east of Moscow, panicked citizens stripped shelves of matches, kerosene, sugar and candles." and "a huge Mayan-style archway" was being built on Karl Marx Street in the city of Chelyabinsk. I'm really not sure why you'd need any special supplies if the world were about to end - though it is never a bad time to stock up on duct tape!

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Religion News 1-8-13 Print E-mail

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Religion News 1-1-13 Print E-mail

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Religion News 12-25 Print E-mail

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Religion News 12-18 Print E-mail

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