Tag: religion

Living a Limitless Life (Book Review)

July 20th, 2014   •   no comments   

Nick Vujicic is a man on a global mission. And boy is he creating waves wherever he goes.

At the tender age of 31, Nick is a motivational guru, evangelist, and author of several bestselling books. A celebrated speaker, he gets invitations to speak from all over the world – Australia (Melbourne was his childhood home), Europe, US, China, India, Africa, and South East Asia (including Singapore).  He is also an avid swimmer, surfer, sky diver, and actor.
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The Language of God: Book Review

April 13th, 2014   •   no comments   

The Language of God Francis S Collins

Are science and faith compatible? Can we reconcile our religious beliefs with scientific evidence of how life began?

Enter The Language of God.

Written by former esteemed Director of the Human Genome Project, Dr Francis Collins, the bestselling volume is an ambitious effort to marry Collins’ Christian faith with his beliefs as an eminent scientist.
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Manuscript Found in Accra: Book Review

October 23rd, 2013   •   1 comment   

An ancient manuscript from Accra (a city off Egypt) emerges. Dated July 14, 1099, it depicted events that took place during the time of the First Crusades, when French Christian invaders laid seige to the holy city of Jerusalem.
While the city prepared itself for the invasion of the Christian army surrounding its gates, a group of men and women of every age and faith gather. Jews, Muslims and Christians, they huddle to hear the words of a Greek spiritual philosopher known as the Copt, a wise sage whose words uncover the deep mysteries of life.
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Can Religions be Branded?

July 26th, 2011   •   1 comment   

One of the most universally recognised symbols (Courtesy of Proclaim the Truth)

My curiosity was piqued when I read this recent post on Branding Strategy Insider about Brands and Religion.

According to the post, “religion is highly branded”, and this can be seen in the differences in how different religions are divided and further subdivided into denominations, sects, and branches.
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