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Saturday, June 21, 2008

My sweet Lord: Top ten religious treats

Joanna writes: Scripture candy and Bible bonbons - were these what King Soloman was talking about when he wrote
"Fraudulent food is sweet to a man, but afterwards his mouth is filled with gravel" - Proverbs 20 v 17? Decide for yourselves with our list of the top ten religious treats available.
These soft peppermint puffs allow you to learn a verse while sucking on a mint.

Extract: The seven foods of Deuteronomy, Wheat, Barley, Raisins, Honey, Figs, Pomegranates, Olive Oil, are packed into this Bible Bar providing "nutrition God's way".

Faith Central - Times Online - WBLG: continue

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Sunday, June 15, 2008

Cyber Worship Resource of the Week is The Ten Commandments of Access

Here is a sample from inside the Book: Cyber Worship in Multifaith Perspectives--full of resources that will facilitate building bridges in a Multifaith society. Table of Contents / Reviews

Chapter 4. 'Navigating the Deep Sacred Space via Experiences of the Wise':
Resource of the Week is: The Access Web - The Ten Commandments of Access (see similar content on pages 131-132). Order the book with Publisher: Order from Publisher

See on the same shelf:
  • The 10 shopping commandments @ Women's fashion, MSN Shopping

    Give praise to the shopping gods with our credit crunch-friendly commandments. Obey and ye shall be rewarded...

    • Thou shalt not buy smaller sizes
    • Thou shalt not waste money on passing trends
    • Thou shalt understand the difference between necessity and luxury
    • Thou shalt not forget to read the care labels
    • Thou shalt not be a slave to sales
    • Thou shalt not buy rogue clothing
    • Thou shalt not turn thy nose up at budget labels
    • Thou shalt not impulse buy
    • Thou shalt not be afraid to return
    • Thou shalt not spend more than thou can afford
  • THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF REFERENCE, by Harry S. Martin III, April 1990
  • Thursday, June 05, 2008

    Hindus ask Beliefnet to stop promoting Hollywood movie 'The Love Guru'

    Hindus have asked Beliefnet, the largest spiritual website, to stop promoting the upcoming Hollywood movie 'The Love Guru', which they say "hurts the Hindu and spiritual community".

    Advancing the movement launched by acclaimed Hindu leader Rajan Zed; Bhavna Shinde, representing Hindu Janjagruti Samiti and Sanatan Society for Scientific Spirituality, in a communiqué to Beliefnet, said, "…we are appalled that a well-respected spiritual website like Beliefnet is openly promoting this movie that hurts the Hindu and spiritual community, contradicting Beliefnet's published mission statement…" Hindu Today
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