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Homosexuality A Christian Understanding

Homosexuality: A Christian Understanding

India’s on breaking point over a law in the Indian Penal Code, section 377 which criminalises all sorts of sexual activity which is not considered natural. Different views are flying all over the place. Some say its draconian and its a step backwards for society. While others say its not natural, its against family values and morals. In this heated battle its quite easy to find yourself in a position which is not favourable by all. I write this article for two reasons…First: dealing with the humanitarian view, and second: To deal with the question which is on every christian’s mind – Can one be a homosexual christian? Read more

What is it like not to know

What is it Like Not to Know?

Without facts, fantasies and theories swarm into tortured minds – or just curious ones – to pick over. The disappearance of flight MH370 has taught us that modern life is not beyond mystery, that our gird-mapped, super-connected world is less graspable than we thought. It has reminded us of a timeless agony – what it is not to know. – Janice Turner, The Times London

It’s been over 13 days from the time Malaysian flight 370 went missing with 239 people on board. Twenty-six nations are in the search process. Families, friends and loved ones are hoping for some answer or confirmation of MH370’s whereabouts.

In a world such as ours, with all the interconnectivity and satellite communications, there is silence – dead silence. Read more

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Man of Steel – The Real Superman (Christian Review)

Man of Steel is a 2013 superhero film based on the DC Comics character Superman. This is a christian review of the movie. Superman’s life & mission as portrayed in the movie in comparison to Jesus, The Real Superman.

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Batman: The Dark Knight Rises (A Christian Review)

Let me first start by saying I am and always will be a Batman fan. From childhood I have preferred Batman from DC Comics better than other superheroes. Because here is a man who has no superpower whatsoever fights for justice and peace for a city so corrupt. His dedication to a City he still believes in Gotham.

After recently seeing ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ I seemed to find a lot of Christian Symbolism. I do not know wether Nolan or the script writers put  it cause of their christian faith or not, I am not being able to say. But this much I have noticed in the latest Batman Trilogy that it mirrors a lot of Christian Symbolism. Read more