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Season of Giving

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In the spirit of the holiday season, we here at the Universal Life Church Ministries want to share with our ordained ministers an update on our charitable gifts.  We recently had the privilege of receiving a letter from the St. … Continue reading

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Pat Robertson: Is Mac and Cheese "A Black Thing"?

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Right-wing fundamentalist Pat Robertson has been known to say some downright odious things on behalf of his faith. No doubt many of our own ministers ordained online are familiar. Recently he said that divorcing a spouse with Alzheimer’s disease is … Continue reading

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Like Online Churches, Steampunk Re-Invents Religion

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A curious story was covered in Sunday’s edition of the CBS Morning Show–an emerging art and literary movement called “steampunk”. The movement might be described a re-imagining of Victorian Britain which includes Victorian ideas of futuristic technology–usually powered by steam … Continue reading

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The Watchers

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Chances are, if you are a member of an orthodox Judeo-Christian faith, you aren’t familiar with a creepy cast member that is introduced in the Old Testament. The book of Genesis describes a type of being that lives in the … Continue reading

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Friday the 13th: Rooted in the Histories of Cultures, Religions and Peoples Worldwide

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One of the most well-known superstitions throughout the world is the mysticism surrounding Friday the 13th. The superstition spans across centuries, continents and cultures. From pre-Christian beliefs that Friday was a sacred day (later condemned by Christianity) to present day … Continue reading

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