The Burden-Free Step in Discussing Christian Beliefs

When we think about a tactical game plan, in other words, how we go about engaging someone in a thoughtful careful way that allows us to stay relaxed and keeps us from getting in trouble, in other words, keeps the risk level low, what I have in mind is a Continue Reading

Inclusive education: a way to think differently about difference | Peter Walker | TEDxAdelaide

Translator: Peter Walker Reviewer: Leonardo Silva Your business is doing well. So much so that you decide to advertise for a new position. The applications start coming in and they’re looking good. As you’re going through the short-listing process, flicking through the CVs, you notice something on one of the Continue Reading

momondo – The DNA Journey

I’m proud to be English, my family have served and we’ve defended this country and we’ve been to war for this country I’m really patriotic about Bangladesh I am 100% Icelandic, yeah, definitely This is a Kurdish wedding with my mum in the traditional Kurdish garb. We’re just proud blacks, Continue Reading

Why I chose my LGBTQ daughter over the Evangelical Church | Susan Cottrell | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Ilze Garda Reviewer: Leonardo Silva I come from a large, wounded family. By the time I was 24, both of my parents and three of my brothers had died. And even though I still had two sisters, I felt abandoned and alone. I remember watching The Sound of Music Continue Reading

My descent into America’s neo-Nazi movement & how I got out | Christian Picciolini | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Cihan Ekmekçi Reviewer: Jake Eberts My journey away from violent extremism began 22 years ago, when I denounced racism and left the American white supremacist skinhead movement that I had helped build. (Cheers) (Applause) I was just 22 years old at the time, but I had already spent eight Continue Reading

Dieu, mon expérience personnelle,( et les religions)

Okay ! So… I am sorry, it is very cold and I am tired, so I’m on my bed And voila, this maybe isn’t the best decor, the best background. But listen. I wanted to talk about a video No, i wanted to make a video about God And about Continue Reading

Why the U.S. is an anomaly among democracies | Eboo Patel

So there’s a great book by Michael Walzer called What It Means to Be an American. And one of the things that he says is that for centuries, really from the time of the Greeks, political philosophers believed that the only way to have diversity in a society was for Continue Reading

I’m Not Accepted for My Religion

I’ve always been one of the only Jewish people in my town. I’m not super religious. My parents didn’t force their religion on me but I still believed in it. In elementary school a lot of kids went to church and there’s nothing wrong with that. Everyone’s allowed to have Continue Reading

Educating Muslims about Religious Tolerance | Javed Ahmad Ghamidi

My question is that you have pointed out two intellectual issues of the current Muslim world at many occasions. First, Muslims, including religious scholars, show undue haste in declaring opponents as disbelievers which you interpret as “TakfIr”. After that, every believer considers it obligatory to kill disbelievers with the consent Continue Reading

Windows & Mirrors: Religion || #CreatorsForChange

– A hat, a head wrap, a misshapen wig. You can tell a lot about someone by what they wear on their head. Or can you? – For me, you know, when I tie my turban every day I recite a prayer at the same time, which is kinda like Continue Reading