Author: adishakti


“These leaders have prostituted the divine intention of the Gospel” “The first role of successful merchandising is to give consumers what they want. If they want bigger burgers, make their burgers bigger. Designer bottled water in six fruit flavors? Done. Minivans with ten cup holders? Give them twenty. You’ve got to keep the customer satisfied.


Sages who were already ancient to its composers living in 4000 B.C. The Eternal Religion ‘Hinduism is so ancient its origins are lost in the mist of prehistory. Many sages are associated with it, but none claim to be its first prophet. Hindus believe their religion has existed forever, even before the universe came into


“Jesus had limited what He told the disciples because of their inability to understand” “In 14:26, Jesus says, “But the Paraclete, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of all that I myself spoke to you.” (14:26). The teaching ministry of the


“The Goddess’s role as the dispeller of illusion who helps one achieve liberation (moksa) is indeed fundamental to her identity” “Since the symbolic complex that this study explores is largely related to issues of cosmogony and cosmology, we will focus only on those aspects and functions of the Great Goddess that are most clearly and

The Prophecy Of The Return Of A Supreme Being

The Prophecy Of The Return Of A Supreme Being “Would that he might return from the west, uniting us in commiseration over our present unhappy plight! This is the fulfilment of the prophecies of Katun 5 Ahua. … God grant that there may come a Deliverer from our afflictions, who will answer our prayers in

Why God has a Future

Why God has a Future “When it comes to God, almost all of us, believers and non-believers alike, suffer from a kind of nearsightedness. We see-and hence believe-only what’s right in front of us. The faithful see God as a benign parental figure bestowing grace and justice as he judges our actions here down below.


THE CENTRALITY OF THE DIVINE FEMININE IN SUFISM   THE CENTRALITY OF THE DIVINE FEMININE IN SUFISM [Published in the Proceedings of the “2nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities”, Honolulu, Hawaii.] 2004 by Laurence Galian This paper examines the concept of the Divine Feminine from the Sufi tradition (and its roots) with

Stephen Smalley asserts that “The Spirit-Paraclete

Stephen Smalley asserts that “The Spirit-Paraclete … in John’s Gospel is understood as personal, indeed, as a person.” “Descriptions of the Spirit-Paraclete in John have raised the question of the nature or reality of the Spirit itself. Two primary conceptions of the Spirit, representing nearly opposite ends on the spectrum of opinion, have been suggested by interpreters