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Notable Christian songwriter says he's no longer a believer: 'I'm genuinely losing my faith ... and it doesn't bother me' 

 

Marty Sampson — an Australian worship music songwriter known for his work with Hillsong — said, "All I know is what's true to me right now, and Christianity just seems to me like another religion at this point."

Sampson wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post that "I'm genuinely losing my faith...and it doesn't bother me...like, what bothers me now is nothing...I am so happy now, so at peace with the world.. it's crazy." It also appears he's cleared his Instagram account of all posts.

Sampson added, "How many preachers fall? Many. No one talks about it. How many miracles happen. Not many. No one talks about it. Why is the Bible full of contradictions? No one talks about it. How can God be love yet send 4 billion people to a place, all coz they don't believe? No one talks about it. Christians can be the most [judgmental] people on the planet — they can also be some of the most beautiful and loving people...but it's not for me. I am not in anymore."

The Blaze

Tags: Celebrity, Denounce, Entertainment, Music, Religion, Social Media, Worship

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13-Aug-2019


The stories of penis gods and the people who worship them 

 

Sexual organs are very important to the human race. They bring life, they bring pleasure, they can be symbols of our oppression and liberation.

These pieces of our anatomy occupy so much of our thoughts and feelings that we begin to warp the world around us. Just look at London’s Gherkin or China’s Guangxi New Media Center.

The penis is inescapable.

This has been true throughout time, so it’s completely unsurprising that humans worshiped deities dedicated to the phallus. But these penis gods are not crude symbols from a bygone era; their plethora of stories look deep into our obsession about dick.

Gay Star News

Tags: Anatomy, Dedication, Environment, History, Spiritual, Worship

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14-Jun-2019


An Unhealthy Obsession with Avoiding Sin 

 

Nowadays, having scruples means making good, moral choices. But as historian Joanna Bourke writes, in the first half of the twentieth century, scruples represented an unhealthy obsession with avoiding sin. Examples of scruples can be found among Protestants, Jews, and Muslims, but Bourke writes that in the U.S. and Britain, the phenomenon was most common among Roman Catholics.

Bourke writes that scrupulous people might worry that they had profaned rosary beads by touching them with dirty hands. Some feared that breathing represented stealing air that didn’t belong to them.

Mahoney spent days before each confession cataloging her sins, and then shook uncontrollably in the confessional box.

Surveys of Catholic students in the 1940s and ‘50s found that a quarter of those in high school, and one in seven in college, were scrupulous. One woman named Priscilla O’Brien Mahoney described her own scruples, which began when she was a child in the 1920s. During her First Communion, she was gripped by terror that she might fail to confess a sin:

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Roman Catholic diocese suspends priest accused of misconduct

LI Catholic deacon accused of decades-old sex abuse

W.Va. Catholic diocese releases more accused priests' names

Most gay Americans believe in God, but are far less likely to go to church

Tags: Abuse, Church, Clergy, Employment, History, Investigation, Judgement, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Psychology, Religion, Science, Sex, Sin, Study, Violence, Worship, Youth

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28-May-2019


Why Celebrities Are So Susceptible to Grifters 

 

Human history is riddled with people whose limited credentials have not stopped them from successfully hawking miracle cures and religious salvation, but Grigori Rasputin stands out as a talented wellness grifter even now. After arriving in St. Petersburg in the early 1900s, Rasputin ego-massaged his way into the upper echelons of Russian society, charming the rich and influential to access ever-greater levels of power until he reached the ruling Romanovs, the family that had been in control of Russia for more than three centuries.

Most of what historians know about what Rasputin actually did to ingratiate himself—or what skills he actually had—has been passed down through mere rumor and legend. What’s clearer is that the Romanovs apparently considered Rasputin’s abilities so indispensable to the health of their son and the legitimacy of their government that he was allowed to run roughshod over their court and alienate the trust of the public, hastening the Bolshevik Revolution and the Romanovs’ deaths.

The Atlantic

Tags: Celebrity, Environment, Lifestyle, Psychology, Representation, Safety, Threat, Warning, Worship

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21-May-2019