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An Examination of the Buddhist Worldview by Ted Miyake
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How many of us have become that which, in a time of clearer thinking, we swore we'd never be, and hindered someone from hearing our message because of our behavior?
For some Christians, faith and philosophy are strange companions. When used properly, though, philosophy is a friend, not a foe, an ally, not an antagonist.
Greg ruminates on what we might someday experience with senses we do not yet possess.
Alan's monthly letter for December 2011 Dear Friend, Wow! That word captures how I feel about our partnership in 2011. I’m amazed at what we accomplished together. Thanks to you, our impact training believers surpassed previous years. I can’t thank you enough. I am grateful and humbled by your faithful giving towards my work with Stand to Reason (STR).
Alan's monthly letter for September 2011 Dear Friend, After 20 hours of flying, four hours of layovers, and one and a half hours of driving (while passing a few Hezbollah operatives on the street), I finally arrived at the Le Frères Monastery in Beit-Méry, Lebanon. Perched on a 2,000-foot-high mountain, the Catholic convent has breathtaking views of the mountains, valleys, and of downtown Beirut.
Alan's monthly letter for March 2011 Dear Friend, Word spread among the Muslim prisoners that I was going to teach on Islam. So, as the 60 Christians filed into the prison chapel, Muslims followed them in. They had their Qur’an in one hand and my handout in the other. I knew the following hour would end up very different from the times I had spoken on Islam in churches. I just didn’t realize in what way it would be different.