October 20, 2019
  • 3:14 am Faith Complex: Michael Eric Dyson on Hip-Hop Theology (PART ONE)
  • 3:14 am When we think about God | Analytic Theology in Practice
  • 2:14 am Faith in Humanity (dafuqmomentz)
  • 1:14 am Pagan Journaling Challenge #1-6
  • 12:14 am How can the music industry inform the system of K-12 education? | John Hardin
How to use kiwiconnexion practical theology ePortfolio

Hi, I’m David Bell for Kiwiconnexion.nz. This is a how-to tutorial, and it illustrates a navigation change in Kiwi Connexion with our last software upgrade. So I’m going to login as Demo1 Participant. As always, I arrive at my dashboard. Whenever I login, I’m always coming to a dashboard. You can see on the right […]

Utah’s pagan community opens its doors Recorded Oct 16, 2012, KSTUDT http:croneshollow.com
Practical Theology Pizazz with ePortfolio Journals in kiwiconnexion

Hi I’m David Bell. Welcome to episode 5 of 10 on putting pizazz into your ePortfolio. I’ve said before that an ePortfolio can be very boring. That’s true. But one of the easiest and maybe the best way to turn it from boring to brilliant is to start using journals. Now, how does using journals […]

Does It Make Sense To Talk About Sin kiwiconnexion practical theology

I’m David Bell for kiwiconnexion.nz A few days ago I was discussing with a small group a Bible reading we heard in church recently. Everyone else said it didn’t make sense. They felt it didn’t communicate in today’s world. They said it lacked insight and was just plain wrong. I took the opposite point of […]

The Russian Orthodox Church in 5 Minutes | Olivia Colombo

As it’s important to be aware of other faiths, particularly our brothers and sisters in Christianity, we’re going to explore the Russian Orthodox Church. There are many Orthodox Churches, including Greek, Serbian, and Russian, but they’re all part of the Orthodox Church. The ethnic designation is simply called the “jurisdiction.” The jurisdiction refers to which […]

The Roots of the Bahai Faith: Part 2

– Just as all the world’s major religion have dawned in the east, the Bahá’í Faith had its roots in Iran, which once was known as Persia. As Bahá’u’lláh’s followers multiplied, Ottomon and Persian authorities sought ways to suppress his influence. After unsuccessful attempts on his life, they mounted campaigns to harass and discredit him. […]

Evidence That Points To Egyptian Pharaohs Being Aliens?

Much has been said about great monuments around the world that are so magnificent in their structures that it boggles the mind how the ancients built them. According to some left-field theorists, people didn’t build them at all, but aliens descended from the skies in what some have called giant eggs or boats, and it […]

I Am King Tut (Pharaoh Tutankhamun)

Here I lie, The strong bull, pleasing of birth, the one of perfect laws, who wears the crown and pleases the gods, lord of all… now dead. After bearing witness to only eighteen floodings of the live giving sacred waters of the Nile, I am laid to rest in my tomb with the objects that […]

What Did The Mysterious Secret Society Of Freemasons Actually Do

When most of us hear the word “freemason” we usually think of a band of brothers that stretches across the world, a fraternity of moneyed men who engage in strange rituals and greet each other with a secret handshake. These people belonging to this mysterious nexus believe in a higher power and together they share […]

Security of Orthodox Monasteries in Kosovo

Decani Monastery in Kosovo, a supremely sacred place for Orthodox Serbs and a monument of 14th century Balkan history. 26 monks live here, closeted away for fear of attacks on the outside. In 2004 the monastery suffered violent attacks and in 2007 there was an explosion just metres away from the building. Since 1999 KFOR, […]