Tag: religion

Reflections of a Muslim Outreach Worker (part 2) by Ahmed Lotfy Rashed

Reflections of a Muslim Outreach Worker (part 2)   “You will never understand a man until you walk a mile in his shoes.”

Reflections of a Muslim Outreach Worker (part 1) by Ahmed Lotfy Rashed

Reflections of a Muslim Outreach Worker (part 1)   “You will never understand a man until you walk a mile in his shoes.” For the past 10 years, I have helped facilitate dialogue with many different people, answering questions about Islam and addressing misconceptions… Continue Reading “Reflections of a Muslim Outreach Worker (part 1) by Ahmed Lotfy Rashed”

Apocalypse 2027: Antichrist Unmasked by Peter Jensen (Book Review #462)

  Apocalypse 2027 is a religion and spirituality book seeking out a diverse look on the Bible prophecy. Whether one has a certain belief on religion in general or is pursuing answers, I believe this book provides an insightful look into it.

Dark Chains by Latasha Braxton (Book Review #461)

Dark Chains is an autobiography self-help book. LaTasha has a moving story to tell. Being abused from a young age she endures some harsh circumstances. The words are strong, real and the abuse is hard to even read but one has to face the… Continue Reading “Dark Chains by Latasha Braxton (Book Review #461)”

Introducing the Messiah by King David (Book Review #448)

Introducing the Messiah by King David   Introducing the Messiah is a religious book containing an interview which happened as an email exchange between King David and a skeptic.   The questions in the book were either personal or religiously inclined which happened to… Continue Reading “Introducing the Messiah by King David (Book Review #448)”