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- [300 Million Hindus to Convert to Christianity|http://www.gfa.org/revival/] ???
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- You will be surprised that different religions have given different names to the ultimate state of realization. The three religions born outside of India don't have any name for it because they never went far in the search for oneself. They remained childish, immature, clinging to a God, clinging to prayer, clinging to a savior. You can see what I mean: they are always dependent -- somebody else is to save them. They are not mature. Judaism, Christianity, Islam -- they are not mature at all and perhaps that is the reason they have influenced the greatest majority in the world, because most of the people in the world are immature. They have a certain affinity.
- The Ten Marks of a Happy Marriage
- 2. LOVING ACCEPTANCE: The most fundamental idea in Christianity is about 'grace' - I am loved before I change. God loves me as I am. He doesn't love anyone else more than he loves me, and nothing I can do can increase his love for me. Our society, on the other hand, teaches us that worth is something you earn. At school those with higher grades are more highly esteemed than 'dunces'. In the army those with fewer stripes take orders from those with more. But in God's family the prodigal is valued as highly as the loyal son. So too in marriage. I love my wife before she changes, or whether she changes or not. Nothing is unforgivable. Nothing will stop me loving her: she can count utterly on that. So a good marriage is the union of two good forgivers: it is 'three parts love and seven parts forgiveness'.
- C. S. Lewis
- In "Mere Christianity" : It is only our bad temper that we put down to being tired or worried or hungry; we put our good temper down to ourselves.
- [80 years in community|http://www.bruderhof.com/articles/80Years.htm] : ....In June 1920, Eberhard and Emmy Arnold turned their backs on the comforts of suburban Berlin and moved to [Sannerz], a tiny village in central Germany. Once there they rented a dilapidated villa and started the communal venture now known as the Bruderhof. Below, in an excerpt from her memoir, Emmy recalls the circumstances that led to that step, and the intensity of spiritual seeking that drove her and her husband to cut ties for good with middle-class Christianity...
- Eberhard Arnold
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- Philip Yancey
- [People] > Philip Yancey is editor at large of Christianity Today and cochair of the editorial board for Books and Culture. His books include Reaching for the Invisible God (2000), The Bible Jesus Read (1999), What's So Amazing About Grace? (1998), The Jesus I Never Knew (1995), Where is God When It Hurts (1990), and many others.
- ( http://www.christianitytoday.com/ctmag/features/columns/yancey.html )
- My To-Be List
- Robert Blackwill
- weapons of mass destruction. Ancient Christianity in
- 2003 04 10 - The [Blumhardts|http://www.Blumhardts.com] : ...We live in a time of intense searching. Few are satisfied with what church and society have served up. We hunger for something more, for a faith with the power to transform ourselves and our world. Johann Christoph Blumhardt and his son Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt influenced a whole generation of Christian thinkers. But their message shatters the walls of conventional Christianity.
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