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Deepak Chopra in the U.S. and Christians in Nepal

Two recent news stories from the same day (February 3, 2016) offered a strange twist that has implications for world missions. Deepak Chopra, the Hindu ...


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Survey Asks 'Do All Religions Lead to God?'

Buried within Pew's recent study on the American religious landscape was a startling find. Adults who identified with a specific religion were asked whether ...


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Skydiving Needs Absolute Rules, not Relativism

If you go skydiving at the Southwest Florida Skydiving Club in Punta Gorda, Florida, you can count on two things: (1) an exciting experience and (2) ...


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The Spiritual Quest Sometimes Resembles a Burrito Bar

There's a pervasive approach to the spiritual life in our culture that I would simply call "The Religion of Chipotle."

Now, if you love Chipotle, that's ...


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Tim Keller Shares His Approach to Evangelism

In an essay in the book A Place for Truth, Tim Keller claims that he often hears people say, "I don't know which religion is true" or "No one can know ...


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The World's Four Major Religions Are Not Alike

The central assumption of many in the interfaith dialogue business has been that at their core, all religious people—Hindus and Buddhists, Muslims ...


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Religious Leaders Discuss Whether Religions Can Co-exist

National Geographic: In God's Name is a 2007 documentary that explores the views of 12 prominent spiritual leaders. Topics include calling, the presence ...


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Deepak Chopra on the Dalai Lama

Sometimes the uniqueness of the revealed Word of God and the gospel of Jesus Christ is seen most clearly when contrasted with other spiritual beliefs.


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Sheryl Crow Embraces Multiple Religions

I believe in God. I believe in Jesus and Buddha and Mohammed and all those that were enlightened. I wouldn't say necessarily that I'm a strict ...


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UN Chapel Empty and Desolate

Theologian Helmut Thielicke once visited the United States and toured the United Nations building in New York. When he was shown the "chapel" ...


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