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There’s a new breed of Christian sex coaches who teach these techniques and professors at major Christian universities who are researching their history and the role sex might have played in early Judeo-Christian thought.The Transcendence of Tantric Sex - Issue 104: Harmony|David DeSteno|August 18, 2021|Nautilus
This organization offered a variety of speaking events and literature to educate followers on the Judeo-Christian tradition.Lesbian educator Sally Gearhart dies- a pioneering LGBTQ activist|Special to the Washington Blade|July 15, 2021|Washington Blade
Moynihan told me yesterday he joined the effort because it will create a moral framework for stakeholder capitalism and help ground business “in Judeo-Christian values and ethics.”
But the enemy of the new emirs is neither the Jew nor the Christian, it is the godless militant defending secularism.Houellebecq’s Incendiary Novel Imagines France With a Muslim President|Pierre Assouline|January 9, 2015|DAILY BEAST
In 2009, a Pakistani Christian woman got into a religious argument with some Muslim women with whom she was harvesting berries.
The breakdown of the 114th Congress is 80 percent white, 80 percent male, and 92 percent Christian.
Congress is now 92 percent Christian, resembling more to a papal enclave than our religiously diverse nation.
Within a few swipes, I was already feeling that burst of romantic optimism you need the first day of the (Christian) new year.
I shall therefore, in my effort to prove the Bible fallible, quote almost wholly from Christian critics.
Hence it can be seen what hope there is of establishing a flourishing christian church by such evangelists.
His superior talents and untiring industry were under the direction of philanthropic and Christian impulses.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
"Marco's" reply conclusively proved his possession of a Christian spirit.
All religions, the Christian religion included, are adaptations or variants of older religions.