The Winnipeg Free Press Online Edition
Spirituality studied from a neurological perspective
Sun Jan 28 2007
By Joann Loviglio
PHILADELPHIA -- Religion and science can combine to create some thorny questions: Does God exist outside the human mind, or is God a creation of our brains? Why...
If we could shrink the earth's population to a village of precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look something like the following: There would be:
57 Asians, 21 Europeans, 14 from the Western Hemisphere, both north and south, 8 Africans;
Dear Brother /Sister
I was reading calculus yesterday for reading quantum theory.
I felt there was a fundamental difference between sikh way of life and other religions from an calculus view point.
Other ways of life : are like differential equation d/dx.
Sikh way of life ...
As Asia's relative weight in the global economy grows, it is important to understand its different perspectives on Islam.
MERCY KILLING IS ANTI-GURMAT By Gurmukh Singh
Terri Schiavo, aged 41 years old, collapsed in February 1990 in her home. As a result of her fall, her heart stopped beating temporarily and oxygen was cut off to her brain. Her parents - the Schindlers - had been locked in a legal battle with her...
"The Adam and Eve story is incomprehensible to me!" I observed with considerable heat one day in my early struggles with the allegory.
"Why did God punish not only the guilty pair, but also the innocent unborn generations?"
Master was more amused by my vehemence than my ignorance. "Genesis...
Words of God and Religions
The Review of Religions, April 1993
Apart from the pagan cults that profess association with the Devil, all traditional religions, in one form or another claim their origin from some Supreme Being. These religions assert their autonomy and...