James Hennigan II

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What is the Hebrew (Hebraic) Roots movement? Is Messianic Judaism and the Hebrew Roots movement the same thing?

<b>Answer:</b> The premise of the Hebrew Roots movement is the belief that the Church has veered far from the true teachings and Hebrew concepts of the …

Theology

The Names Of The Father And The Son

<b>This Falling Away of 2 Thessalonians 2 shows that the Roman beast also changed the names of the Father and the Son.</b><p>That might sound crazy, but …

Theology

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Why I hate dogs ... but despise their owners even more

Enjoying a walk through the park with my husband and children the other week, it felt good to be out with my family in the fresh air. That was until …

I Hate Dogs for What Their Popularity Says About Us

Yesterday, Slate tech columnist Farhad Manjoo slipped outside of his beat, which he does infrequently, to rail against dogs. Clearly, the man had had …

Pets

Should Christians go to doctors? Does going to a medical doctor demonstrate a lack of faith in God's healing power?

<b>Answer:</b> There are some Christians who believe that seeking medical attention is demonstrating a lack of faith in God. In the Word-Faith movement, …

Depression: Reject the Guilt, Embrace the Cure

Part of the Dealing With Depression Series<p>Series About:<p>There is a sticky question many Christians struggle with: Is depression a sin?<p>This particular …

Ridiculous Tax Breaks of the 1%

Image source: D. Ramey Logan.<p>There are many tax breaks in the U.S. that favor the wealthy. For example, the ability to pay lower tax rates on long-term capital gains disproportionately benefits the rich -- in fact, 70% of the tax savings provided by this went to households with incomes above $1 …

Growing up poor alters children's brains and increases likelihood of depression - study

Researchers found that childhood poverty particular effects the hippocampus and amygdala's connections to other parts of the brain<p>Growing up in poverty can lead to altered brain connectivity and a greater risk of clinical depression, according to a new study by researchers at Washington University …