Many Muslims around the world will say that Islamic countries are not Islamic, but are Muslim majority countries. So the Taliban takeover Afghanistan with the help of a majority of the followers. These followers are worldwide. In fact, the people who disgreed with the Taliban were looking to leave during the US pullout.
This article mentions political themes within and outside of the American education system.
Parents often wonder whether their kids should be homeschooled or attend a private or public school. Individuals looking to attend college consider between private and public colleges. Some consider self-taught or some college without the degree behind it. Education, no matter how it happens, is important.
However, are all colleges the same? No. Is all education good? Probably not. Why, not even all public schools are the same, which are federally funded.
Many guests who read my articles accuse me of claiming all Muslims are bad. I would encourage new readers to find where exactly I said, “all Muslims are bad.” You won’t. However, what you will find is that I’ve stated that I believe good Muslims are not following Islam literally as the scholars and countries demand.
Recently someone on Facebook posted in a group on obeying pastors. My initial response was that the logic behind that thinking led to so many travesties that could’ve been prevented if one had not simply “obeyed” their lord.
We had the opportunity to sit down with the creator of the game, The Prophet. Now, PCOR9 is allowing the game to use our server as other hosts have shut the site down. After speaking to the creator, we’ve decided to also keep it up, only if they did an interview explaining some of the controversy behind the game. So without further ado, let’s get started!
This game seems to have some controversy behind it. Mind telling me a bit behind that?
Yeah, so, the game’s fandom got shutdown or deleted, don’t really know which one. The reason behind that, I can only assume was hate speech. Don’t get me wrong, I…, well, I’m not a hateful person, but sometimes things come out in ways we don’t expect.
First off, Arabic is NOT the only language I’m interested in. I’d love to learn these languages: Korean, French, Hebrew, and Greek. Two of those, Hebrew and Greek, are for religious purposes due to them being Biblical languages. But Arabic? Arabic only has the Quran, right? Nope! Here’s my reasons for learning Arabic.
A team member of PCOR9 has invested himself into a new channel called Chrislamic Talks. Chrislam tends to refer to a merged religion of Christianity & Islam. This is not the case. Instead, it is a discussion group comparing the two religions and theologies within these behemoths of religions.
An articulated thought on on pornography and its effect on men.
Warning: Not intended for readers below eighteen years of age.
Our society has an issue with pornography which stems from a lack of self-discipline and meaningless values. Society uses a form of feminism (if it can even be called feminism) of such radical intent, that men have become monstrous victims. The American society spiraled towards depravity and degradation of values which were once held so close.
(The Article of the Present Religious Reformation).
(As revealed to Osbert Wellington, and taught vehemently by the believers in God’s awakening message – the message of the present reform. This message is not just cleaning up the churches, but reviving the basic tenets of the Christian message and drawing souls to God’s kingdom. – This leaflet is gradually been distributed throughout the world).
I, Osbert Wellington, at the age of sixteen, having been conscious of the hand of the Lord upon my life before that age as revealed and testified by many, I fully gave my life to Jesus Christ, knowing from that year the depth of this great salvation, though born into a Christian home.
During my trip to Cairo (which was supposed to be a one-way trip but didn’t work out that way), I ended up having a layover at Sheremetyevo International Airport, Moscow, Russia.
My layover was almost nine hours long, but two of the others were shortened due to early landing and someone I met. Since her flight left from Terminal D, we stayed nearby. Conversation-wise, we strayed from religions to politics. While we certainly had our differences in opinions, we also agreed on several subjects. I will leave out our subjects since readers may find themselves triggered for no other reason but that someone disagrees with them.