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My Christianity Started as a Teenage Phase

In CT magazine, Vivian Mabuni shares her testimony of leaving “cultural Buddhism” to find life-changing faith in Christ:

I can still smell ...

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Working with Believers Started a Journey to Christ

Sometimes the journey to Christ begins when someone encounters horrendous evil. At other times the journey to Christ starts as the nonbeliever joins with ...


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Four Facts about Christmas in America

1) About nine-in-ten Americans (92%) and nearly all Christians (96%) say they celebrate Christmas.

2) Surprisingly, a big majority (81%) of non-Christians ...


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Buddhist Poet Longs for God's Presence

The following Buddhist poem, in the form of a "waka," was written in the 12th century by Saigyo Hoshi after he visited a Shinto Grand Temple:

Gods here? Who ...

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The Eternal Souls All Around Us

About every ten seconds, on average about 26 people die. By extrapolating from various statistics, including death rates and world populations and religious ...


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Broken People Praying to a Broken Buddha

Pastor/author J.R. Vassar writes about ministering in Myanmar (Burma) and coming upon a broken Buddha:

One day we were prayer walking through a large Buddhist ...

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Pastor at Funeral Damns Death

Japanese Buddhists who take their faith seriously anticipate a time when the souls of those who die will lose their identity and merge with the oneness ...


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Many Non-Christians Don't Know a Christian

According to new research from the Center for the Study of Global Christianity one out of five non-Christians in North America does not "personally know" ...


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Buddhism Also Claims to Be the Only Right Path

In his book The Intolerance of Tolerance, D. A. Carson notes that, at least in popular thought, Buddhism is much more open, flexible, and tolerant than ...


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Buddhist Poet Longs for a Deeper Hope

Author Os Guinness tells the hauntingly sad story about the beloved 19th century Japanese Haiku poet known as Issa. When he was a young child, Issa's ...


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