Instrumental Music in Public Worship: The Westminster Assembly

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Muhammad violated some 100 established customs (3) Imitation

Arabs before Islam used to imitate their fathers. They simulated and reproduced the belief of their fathers. When the Prophet Muhammad told them to stop worshipping the many idols (gods) that they used to they answered him saying: “This is what we found our fathers practicing and what we have found our fathers upon is sufficient for us and enough for us”.

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Safaa Abdel-Azizl

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Nov 13, 2010

A History of Christmas Carols – Their Origins and Significance

The history of Christmas Carols goes back as far as the 13th century. The word carol is an old word for a verse song with a refrain, so Christmas Carol simply means a song on a Christmas theme. This very seasonal form of worship music has a long tradition in most countries of Western Europe, a tradition which has spread throughout the whole of the Christian world. In France they are called “Noels”; in Germany they have the “Weihnachtslieder”.

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Robert Hinchliffel

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Nov 12, 2010

Marriage and Married Life

Whether the wife will die early or late will depend on the strength of affliction of the 7th house, 7th house and also on the signification of marriage i.e. Venus. Of course, the total horoscope must be taken into consideration including the placement of Jupiter.

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Shanker Adawall

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Nov 12, 2010

How to Write Worship Songs – Three Important Issues

We seem to be awash with new worship music at the present time and, frankly, a lot of it isn’t very good. It is an unfortunate fact that bad music in a popular idiom, whether it is Christian music or secular, is banal in the extreme. It comes over as lifeless, formulaic and boring. Having a clear set of criteria in your mind will guide you and teach you how to write worship songs which will be appreciated by the congregations who sing them.

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Robert Hinchliffel

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Nov 12, 2010

Gam Stone in india

Gam Stone in india by the no 1 indian astrological website soothsayers-india.com

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ashishaatl

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Nov 11, 2010

Muhammad violated 100 established customs (1) Many gods

Before Islam, the Arabs used to worship idols. Those idols were representing their many gods. They had an idol for war, an idol for mountain, an idol for winds, an idol for rain, an idol for plants, an idol for power etc. The Quran talks about this Religious issue that has an impact on man’s faith and how has Muhammad violated it.

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Safaa Abdel-Azizl

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Nov 11, 2010

Towards Spiritualism

Moon is the controlled of mind and when associated with Saturn, the native get impulsive to be away from the worldly affairs and at times even with an exalted Moon, and under the influence of Jupiter, the native gets to the detailed study of Shastras and other religious books having influence on the mind of the native. Thus we must salute and pay obscene to the learned and respected sages, religious preachers, shankar Acharyas and spiritual leaders who have left lot of material for our guidance.

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Shanker Adawall

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Nov 11, 2010

The Hanukkah Menorah – More Than a Jewish Gift

The eight day Hanukkah festival is observed by the kindling of the lights of the Menorah or Hanukiah. We light one candle on each night of the holiday, finally progressing to eight on the final night. This time old and sacred tradition is one of the things that make this holiday so unique and interesting.

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Michall

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Nov 11, 2010

A Peaceable and Temperate Plea for Paul’s Presbytery in Scotland

A Peaceable and Temperate Plea for Paul’s Presbytery in Scotland; Or, A modest and Brotherly Dispute of the government of the Church of Scotland, Wherein, Our Discipline is demonstrated to be the true Apostolic way of divine Truth, and the Arguments on the contrary are friendly dissolved, the grounds of Separation and the Independents of particular Congregations, in defence of Ecclesiastical Presbyteries, Synods and Assemblies, are Examined and tried

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Still Watersl
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Nov 02, 2010

Reminiscences of a Ministry in the Reformed Presbyterian Church

Reminiscences: Historical and Biographical of a Ministry in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, During 53 Years (1883) by David Steele

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Still Watersl
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Oct 19, 2010

Ladies of the Covenant: Distinguished Scottish Female Characters

Ladies of the Covenant (1851) Memoirs of distinguished Scottish female characters, embracing the period of the covenant and the persecution by James Anderson

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Still Watersl
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Oct 15, 2010

Naphtali, or The Wrestlings of the Church of Scotland for Christ

Naphtali, or The Wrestlings of the Church of Scotland for Christ

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Still Watersl
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Oct 13, 2010

The Life and Death of James Renwick (1806) by Alexander Shields

“The Life and Death of James Renwick (1806) by Alexander Shields.”

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Still Watersl
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Aug 28, 2010

The Priest, the Woman, and the Confessional by Charles Chiniquy

The Priest, the Woman, and the Confessional by Charles Chiniquy

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Still Watersl
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Aug 27, 2010

A Protest Against the Unlawful Assembly of the Resolutioners

“A Protest Against the Unlawful, Unfree and Unjust Assembly of the Resolutioners” (1652) by Samuel Rutherford, James Guthrie, William Guthrie, Robert Traill, James Nisbet, and numerous others.

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Still Watersl
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Aug 26, 2010

John Knox and the Church of England: His Work in Her Pulpit

John Knox and the Church of England: His Work in Her Pulpit and His Influence Upon Her Liturgy,