Tag: christianity

Christian woman gives birth prior to being put to death for leaving Islam

Christian woman gives birth prior to being put to death for leaving Islam

| May 27, 2014

From time to time, we’ve published articles in Frost Illustrated with folks being critical of the religious establishment—preachers in particular. We’ve also published piece by people decrying the “tyranny” of religious. We believe that those who truly “know” can discern spirit from dogma and Divine Presence from religious liturgy and legalism. Furthermore, there are those […]

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The tyranny, violence of religion

The tyranny, violence of religion

| May 11, 2014

By Brenda Robinson There once was a black family in Kentucky who defied the norm in terms of intellect. The family head was a single mom, high school dropout, rearing two sons and earning whatever the minimum wage was in the 1960s. The children were victims of educational deprivation, due to the racism, prejudice and […]

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Mormon prophet: Be like Christ, love others

| April 6, 2014

One would think this would be an obvious message in a so-called “Christian” nation—to be Christ-like. Unfortunately, hypocrisy reigns supreme and we too often are too often a people who talks of love and compassion but are all to reluctant to help the poor, the sick or otherwise disadvantaged folk—as Jesus did in his earthly […]

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Where in the ‘world’ is the church?

| September 26, 2013

It always baffles me when I hear Christian people blame the lack of God in the “world” on the issues that we face in the “world” and in our community, yet the Bible declares that Christians are to make an impact in this “world” through their presence.

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