Tag Archives: superstition

Following the Right Jesus

by John Greene Christianity has been popping along for about 2000 years. Somewhere along the line, it was highjacked. Actually, ‘somewhere’ is hardly a mystery. When the less than venerable Roman ruler Constantine adopted Christianity as his pet religion, it … Continue reading

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Heavenly Father Has A Name

by John Greene Everybody has a name. You name your dog. Scientists even name the chimps on popular nature shows. We can’t seem to help ourselves. Man names everyone and everything right in line with what the Father told Adam … Continue reading

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Life Healing and Belief

by John and Ruth Greene Healing that is ‘not of man’ is often spoken against in many cultures of the world. Perhaps it is too optimistic for some in this day. Most often, you can probably attribute this to envy … Continue reading

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