To give all religions due respect, but give none the power to control our connection with God, nor allow any middleman to restrict our freedom to articulate personal faith that is divinely ordained with a free will to choose, change or contemplate.
The definition in James 1: 27, that Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world, is a worthy starting point to define religion. Published 11:33 a.m. February 12, 2012 - Comments
Even a casual observer of religion cannot miss how religious leaders exploit religion to control people, indoctrinate them, and intimidate rather than give them the freedom to believe as they choose. Published 12:40 p.m. November 23, 2011 - Comments
11/11/11 sparked superstition, joy, and - for some - fear. Is the number 11 some sort of indication of something and does its appearance reveal anything? Published 9:55 a.m. November 12, 2011 - Comments
America is looking back at its history wistfully about the way things used to be. Can India too look back one day and say, "we were once corrupt, rapacious and politically cynical, but now we are not"? Published 5:11 a.m. November 8, 2011 - Comments
Middle East and India based Frank Raj is the founding editor and publisher of ‘The International Indian’, the oldest magazine of Gulf-Indian society and history since 1992. He is listed in Arabian Business magazine’s 100 most influential Indians in ...Read More
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Middle East and India based Frank Raj is the founding editor and publisher of ‘The International Indian’, the oldest magazine of Gulf-Indian society and history since 1992. He is listed in Arabian Business magazine’s 100 most influential Indians in the Gulf and is co-author of the upcoming publication ‘Universal Book of the Scriptures.’ He blogs at www.no2christianity.com.