Author Archives: Greg Masse

Jews, Christians and Muslims believe in the same God.

Jan
18
2017

The three major religions of the Western world all believe in one God—the God of Abraham. The history can be traced back to 2200 BC, when a newborn baby was abandoned and left to die, deep in a dark cave. [Continue Reading]

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ISIS: Battling for Land, not Religion.

Oct
17
2016

Nine centuries after the bloody crusades, Christians fought Muslims in the Bosnian War of the 1990s. But it wasn’t for religion that they fought. It was for control of Yugoslavia, broken up after the fall of communist control.  When a new [Continue Reading]

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Can faith and reasoning coexist? Do creation and evolution theories have to be at odds with each other?

Apr
15
2016

Since the renaissance of the 15th century, scientists have questioned whether our universe was created by a greater god or by something more scientifically explainable. The debate hit the mainstream in 1859, when Charles Darwin published his theory that all [Continue Reading]

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Can faith and reasoning coexist?

Dec
6
2015

Since the renaissance of the 15th century, scientists have questioned whether our universe was created by a greater God or something more scientifically explainable. The debate hit mainstream in 1859, when Charles Darwin published his theories that all living things [Continue Reading]

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It may be time for spirituality to evolve.

Mar
22
2015

The world has changed more in the past fifty years than in all the years of mankind’s existence before. The world is a much smaller place, with every corner explored. We communicate with each other from hemisphere to hemisphere in [Continue Reading]

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For Land, not Religion – The Israeli and Palestinian Struggle Reignites with Tragic Consequences.

Aug
21
2014

Israelis vs. Palestinians. This is a battle over the control of land. Once the nine-month Peace Talks between them ended last April, both sides dug in and it was only a matter of time before the Intifada (Arabic for rebellion) exploded between [Continue Reading]

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Isn’t the term “Holy War” a contradiction?

May
25
2014

In biblical times, the early Israelites attacked the lands of Canaan under the leadership of Moses and Joshua. The Israelites included 600,000 warriors and their families, and they needed a new home. They justified their blatant attack on Jericho and [Continue Reading]

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Wars are fought for land, not religion.

Apr
14
2014

All through history, nations have battled against each other over borders and the control of land. Whoever controls the land has the power. From the land come the resources needed for the essentials of life: food, shelter, energy, transportation and [Continue Reading]

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Evil can lurk anywhere in the world, but it does not represent who we are

Jan
22
2014

History has proven that evil can lurk anywhere and breed terrible violence into any society. Modern technology constantly reminds us of this threat—in fact, never lets us forget it. A week doesn’t go by when, on our flat-screen televisions or [Continue Reading]

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Fifty years later. Are we better or worse off?

Dec
17
2013

In the final two months of 2013, we’ve seen two major stories play over and over in the media—both chronicles of major world leaders and their impacts on our world. November 22 marked the 50-year anniversary of JFK’s assassination, and [Continue Reading]

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