Tag Archives: hindu

Welcome to the Princeton University Chapel

[Birds chirping] REV. ALISON BODEN: The Princeton University Chapel is one of the icons of Princeton University. It was built in the 1920s not long after the First World War. The president then, President Hibben, and the leadership of the university said, “We’re gonna build a wonderful large chapel as a testimonial to our belief… Read More »

The five major world religions – John Bellaimey

Translator: Andrea McDonough Reviewer: Jessica Ruby In all times and places in our history, human beings have wondered, “Where did we come from? What’s our place in the world? What happens to us after we die?” Religions are systems of belief that have developed and evolved over time in response to these and other eternal… Read More »

How Do We Know Christianity is the Correct Religion?

Maura Saccuro types in the following there at YouTube Live, Tim: “How do we know Christianity is the correct belief when there’s a sea of religions throughout history since before even Jesus was born?” Right, that is a great question. You know, that was a question that I asked, Cy, many years ago as a… Read More »

Great Ideas from Sikhi (Sikhism) • What can we learn from this Young Religion From India & Pakistan?

How’s it going everyone? I’m Nick and you are listening to the Fresh Perspective Podcast. Welcome to all of our new subscribers and listeners! Our episodes on science and logic really draw a crowd! It’s true that the freethinkers of our organization value education and maintaining a firm grip on reality. Another thing we promote… Read More »

India / Orissa: “They will never give in…”

Sister Kiran and Sister Sarojini get ready for another long day of work. They belong to the religious order of the Society of Jesus, Mary and Joseph. Nothing can disturb them during their morning prayer – not even the lingering smell of smoke – a grim reminder of August of 2008. Back then this Catholic… Read More »

Prostitutes of God (Documentary)

[MUSIC PLAYING] SARAH HARRIS: The first thing that strikes you when you come to India is a sense of extreme contrasts. While some people are still shitting off the side of railway lines and eating from banana leaves, other people are drinking Frappuccinos and wearing Gucci sunglasses. Along with this feeling of progress and moving… Read More »