Islam

People who follow Islamic beliefs are called Muslim. Muslims believe that the Islamic faith has always existed but it didn’t become fully tangible until Prophet Muhammad. The Prophet Muhammad was visited by an angel named Gabriel in 610 A.D.where he received his first revelation. He believed these were words directly from God. The words Muhammad … More Islam

Jean-Paul Sarte

Jean-Paul Sarte was a philosopher born in Paris, France in 1905 and passed away in 1980. He earned his doctorate in Philosophy in Paris, France. After graduating he was drafted into the french army as a meteorologist. He was then captured by German soldiers and imprisoned for nine months. A few months after he was … More Jean-Paul Sarte

Mormonism

Mormons are a part of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Joseph Smith in 1820 was frustrated with the many denominations of Christianity and went to the woods to pray about it. He said that while praying God the Father and Jesus appeared to him and told him to not follow any of … More Mormonism

Henry David Thoreau

Henry David Thoreu was born in Concord, Massachusetts on July 12, 1817. He attended Harvard University and graduated in 1837. He moved back to Concord and met Ralph Waldo Emerson who exposed him to Transcendentalism.  It’s a school of thought that emphasized the importance of empirical thinking and of spiritual matters over the physical world. … More Henry David Thoreau

Good Friday and Easter

Easter is one of the most pivotal moments in Christianity. If the story of Easter is not true than the whole Christian faith is built on false truths. Like it says in 1 Corinthians 15:4 “And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith.”  It is important because … More Good Friday and Easter

The Gospel

  The gospel is the core belief of Christianity, and is what all Christians believe to be true. God loves us and created us to to have a personal relationship with Him.  This relationship was ruined when sin came into the world. God did not originally intend for sin to be in the world. Sin … More The Gospel