February 23, 2020
  • 4:15 pm معايدة صاحب الغبطةيوحنا العاشر بطريرك أنطاكية وسائر المشرقميلاد ٢٠١٩
  • 4:15 pm RITUAL MEMANGGIL ARWAH “THE BOARD GAME” – FILM PENDEK HORROR KOMEDI
  • 4:15 pm RITUALES PARA ATRAER LA ABUNDANCIA. Con Carlos Real.
  • 4:14 pm True Word of Life Church “LIVE” Worship
  • 4:14 pm World Famous Foot Model Sasha Soles Foot Worship
5-min guided meditation to help set New Year’s intentions (not resolutions) | Mindful Moments: Ep 10

CRAIG HASSED: It’s Craig and Richard here and we’re going to be exploring a new topic. And that’s all around well, New Year’s resolutions. Maybe we’ll use a different word how to set our intentions for the New Year. RICHARD CHAMBERS: I think New Year’s intentions might be a better way of coming at it […]

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Life and Death: Mysteries and Meanings | HKPolyUx on edX

NARRATOR: We face life and death all the time, but we don’t know the ultimate answer until you think about it. Our journey starts with a micro movie. A fatal accident happens. [MUSIC PLAYING] Confronting matters of life and death. [SPEAKING NON-ENGLISH] NARRATOR: Does religion help? [SPEAKING NON-ENGLISH] NARRATOR: Can suicide redeem us? [SPEAKING NON-ENGLISH] […]

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edX | HarvardX: Early Christianity – The Letters of Paul: HDS1544.1x About Video

LAURA NASRALLAH: It’s just so happens that these letters survive today. In the ancient records, letters that are common, letters that are not between elite people, don’t usually survive, but we do have the letters of Paul today, and they’ve become incredibly important in Western culture. When I was a child, I lived in Lebanon. […]

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The Ancient Greek Hero | HarvardX on edX | Course About Video

SPEAKER 1: So is it a matter of disconnecting then reconnecting? SPEAKER 2: That is a beautiful way of thinking about it because disconnection isn’t permanent. It’s reconnection that’s permanent. What does the story really tell that’s so powerful about the ancient idea of a hero? There is often a surface meaning and then a […]

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Michael Murray: Science and Religion (2/7)

According to a second view, science and religion aren’t, in principle, in conflict, but they’re in principle non-conflicting. But is there something about religion and science that ensures that they can’t possibly conflict? So how would someone develop this view? Well, there are a few different ways. According to one version, science and religion can’t […]

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Sandi Toksvig: Introducing humanism, non-religious approaches to life

We live in an increasingly pluralistic world. We are surrounded by a diversity of beliefs. Today, an increasing number of people are not religious. Many believe that the universe is a natural phenomenon with no supernatural side. They believe that this is the one life we have. And they want to lead ethical, meaningful, and […]

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Wisdom from World Religions | Welcome Message from Ken Rose

(upbeat music) Hello, I’m Ken Rose, longtime professor of philosophy and religion. Is there anybody, despite our busy lives, who hasn’t wondered about the big questions in life? Who am I? Why am I here? Is there a God or a supreme reality? Is science the ultimate way of understanding our lives? And these big […]

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Religion, Conflict and Peace | HarvardX

[MUSIC PLAYING] DIANE MOORE: Are religions inherently negative forces in contemporary human experience, as many critics claim? Or are religions always sources for human flourishing, as people of faith and defenders of faith often assert? Is religious extremism and the violence associated with it the true face of religion? Or is religious extremism a perversion […]

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Greater China Today: The People’s Republic, Taiwan, and Hong Kong | HarvardX on edX | About Video

INSTRUCTOR: The making of modern China can look much too simple in the living picture version that’s right in front of our eyes. It begins with the virtually intact face of Western imperial power that forced its way into Shanghai after Britain won the war to sell opium in China in the 1830s and ’40s. […]

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China | HarvardX on edX | About Video

CHRISTOPHER LYDON: “Let China sleep,” the mighty Napoleon is supposed to have said in a cautious moment at the turn into the 19th century. Napoleon, of course, a world-shaker in his own right but his line was “but when China awakens, she will shake the world.” Seeing China through our 21st century eyes, there’s no […]

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