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Religious Minorities By Ruhullāh Sharia'ti
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Any country has a group of people that most of them believe in a special religion and some others believe in other religions. Those who believe in other religions are called religious minorities,and... More > they own some rights within the framework of human laws and especially within the framework of the rights of the minorities which the system of that country should respect them. An Islamic country regarding the religious minorities of within its system,who are the followers of the other religions,concludes a mutual coexistence contract.This contract notwithstanding some advantages includes some disadvantages too.In order to prevent the probable challenges,obeying such contracts, both for the Islamic society and the minorities is necessary.< Less
Religious Minorities By Ruhullāh Sharia'ti
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Any country has a group of people that most of them believe in a special religion and some others believe in other religions. Those who believe in other religions are called religious minorities,and... More > they own some rights within the framework of human laws and especially within the framework of the rights of the minorities which the system of that country should respect them. An Islamic country regarding the religious minorities of within its system,who are the followers of the other religions,concludes a mutual coexistence contract.This contract notwithstanding some advantages includes some disadvantages too.In order to prevent the probable challenges,obeying such contracts, both for the Islamic society and the minorities is necessary.< Less
The Politics of Religious Zionism By Bob Walker
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Nationalist and materialist ideologies such as Nazism, Fascism and Communism are quasi-religious political systems which supposedly end in the utopian society. In reality they lead to totalitarian... More > leaders and governments. More difficult to refute are religious ideologies in which a higher power is said to be divine and the utopian society as the heaven on earth will be led by a supposed messiah-type Leader. This work attempts to differentiate between religion and ideology through a study of Zionism, its utopian promise and the events leading to its fulfillment.< Less
Society and Solitude By Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Ralph Waldo Emerson was an American essayist, lecturer, and poet, who led the Transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century. He was seen as a champion of individualism and a prescient critic of... More > the countervailing pressures of society, and he disseminated his thoughts through dozens of published essays and more than 1,500 public lectures across the United States. Emerson gradually moved away from the religious and social beliefs of his contemporaries, formulating and expressing the philosophy of Transcendentalism in his 1836 essay, Nature. Following this ground-breaking work, he gave a speech entitled "The American Scholar" in 1837, which Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. considered to be America's "Intellectual Declaration of Independence"< Less
January 2010 Pantheist Vision - Pantheism: A Religious Vision for Humanists by Devin Carroll By Universal Pantheist Society
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Pantheist Vision January 2010 - featuring Pantheism: A Religious Vision for Humanists by Devin Carroll In this Issue: Pantheism: A Religious Vision for Humanists by Devin Carrol On a Personal... More > Method of Experiencing Nature by Derham Giuliani What Pantheism Means to Me by Members of the Society Pantheist Viewpoints (misc. author quotes) Announcing our Ning Network Excerpt: Many Humanists are uncomfortable using religious vocabulary such as God or divine to denote ideas that have nothing to do with miracles or the supernatural. Their worry is that these words will be misunderstood and encourage ideas that are unscientific and therefore anathema to naturalistic humanism. However, if we automatically reject any philosophies that use religious terminology, we will unnecessarily lose communion with people who are in fundamental agreement with our own humanism. Consider Albert Einstein, who said that he believed in Spinoza’s God. Should we reject Einstein as a humanist because of that?< Less
Resurrection: The Origin of a Religious Fallacy By Adam Weishaupt
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Most people who believe in resurrection have no idea what this concept entails. It's the product of Jewish Messianic theory which says that a Jewish priest-king will one day establish an earthly... More > paradise, and all the righteous Jews who died before the establishment of "the Kingdom" will be raised from the dead to enjoy the rewards of remaining faithful to Jehovah. Since they are coming back to this earth, they need their body back. The problem with the Messianic theory of the soul is that it is incompatible with the God theory of the soul that talks of an immaterial heaven and immaterial soul. What possible meaning could physical resurrection have in a non-physical afterlife? This book by the Pythagorean Illuminati, the oldest secret society in the world, traces the extraordinary story of how the materialistic theory of resurrection became hopelessly confused with the Platonic theory of the immaterial soul, leading to insanely illogical religions such as Christianity.< Less
The Relations of the Church to Society By Father Edmund O'Reilly S.J.
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Father Edmund O’Reilly may safely be judged the foremost Irish theologian of the nineteenth century. In his celebrated letter to the Duke of Norfolk, Cardinal Newman appeals to him as... More > “one of the first theologians of the day”. Of the present work Dr W. G. Ward of the Dublin Review writes that it “cannot but be of signal benefit to the Catholic reader in these anxious and perilous times”. Clear, exact and perfectly orthodox, Father O’Reilly explains the whole of Catholic doctrine about the relations of Church and State, particularly those points that are most contested by the Church’s enemies or least understood by uninstructed Catholics. The explanation of the Church’s traditional attitude to religious liberty, the theological explanation of the Great Western Schism, the precise extent of the infallibility of the Pope and of the Church are of particular interest in the twenty-first century.< Less
Religious Questions Answered Logic for Islamic Rules By Ayatullah M Shirazi
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Islam has ordered some things and refrained from others. The basis of this has some purpose and Islamic laws are not imposed without any reason. For example, foods and drinks, the lawful relations... More > and other things, all have some benefit or harm hidden in them. Whether the laws about these are made or not, there is no difference of their effects. If you ponder on the things, which are forbidden, you will come to know that the things, which are intoxicating like alcohol etc, are themselves harmful. Interest is just acquiring wealth of the people and it is like a trap. Therefore, wine and interest are forbidden because of their innate harmful effects. In this book the exegesis of the Quran, jurisprudence and other topics are discussed. We expect that our presentation will benefit those people who want to understand the Islamic laws according to reason and traditions.< Less
Religious Life of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century (Illustrated) By G. MacLaren Brydon
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The book tells about the social life of the 17th century Virginia. The society was utmost religious by those times and the author focuses his narrative on the religious traditions and practices of... More > the society.< Less
Rules and Legalities in Religious Practices / The Antiquated Truth By Keltik Excalibur
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Tutorial for: Question 1 Do their absolutely have to be rules and legalities in religious practices or would there be a way to by pass all the rules and look to something of greater good? What do you... More > all think? Baptize infants, or adults? Communion for believers or all. Church inclusive or exclusive. How should it be? Question 2 Sometimes we have to change that which is taught from the old for newer revealed truth that the society as a whole accepts. Do you agree or disagree with this? Why? Is there anything such as antiquated truth?< Less