i-ChristianDating.com Provides Background on Free Christian Dating Services

(PRWEB) October 24, 2005

i-ChristianDating.com tells us that, while many dating services have membership fees, there are many free Christian dating services currently available. If a person is interested free Christian dating services, he or she can simply perform an internet search, and a myriad of free Christian dating web sites will come up.

Because Christian dating services have not been in existence for as long as secular services have, many people are concerned that Christian online dating is not appropriate for them. However, these services can boast a high success rate due to the fact that one major compatibility factor has already been tackled. For many, their spirituality is one of the most important aspects of their lives. By eliminating this sometimes awkward aspect of dating, free Christian dating services can immediately match people with other Christian singles who might be compatible in spirituality and religion, and possibly other aspects of life.

As i-ChristianDating.com explains, free Christian dating services are not limited, however, to dating web sites. Some free Christian dating web sites include dating tips and advice guides from a Christian viewpoint. They review the most popular Christian dating services and web sites, whether they are free or not. They boast unbiased reviews of free, inexpensive, and most expensive services and web sites, and they rate the best value services for singles and Christian dating sites.

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Christian Dating provides detailed information on Christian dating services, sites, and advice. For more information go to http://www.i-christiandating.com and/or visit its sister site at http://www.e-jewishdating.com for related information.

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Website Launched to Gather Christian Testimonies for an Upcoming Series of Books; Provides the Opportunity for a Wide Audience to Share Stories of God?s Love

(PRWEB) June 7, 2005

Atlanta, Georgia (PR Web) June 7, 2005 ? Faith Travels launches a website seeking submission of Christian testimonies, from adults and children around the world, for publication in a book containing inspirational stories.

Faith Travels was founded by Lisa Walker. Compiling a book of Christian testimonies is one of the first initiatives Faith Travels has undertaken.

The idea for the book came naturally to Walker: ?I have heard numerous testimonies in my life, and they helped build my faith in God during some of my darkest hours. Looking back now, I see that sharing testimonies lets faith travel ? from one person to another.?

She added, ?It is my heart?s desire for this ministry to compile a continuing series of books that will help faith along its journey.?

The newly launched site, Faith-Travels.org, provides a vehicle for communicating with individuals who would like to share their experiences of God?s awesome love and power working in their life, church, or ministry. The site will continue to expand as the project progresses.

For more information about submitting a Christian testimony to Faith Travels, please visit http://www.Faith-Travels.org.

Faith Travels is a ministry of encouragement. The ministry is relatively new and developing quickly. The goal of Faith Travels is to share Christian testimonies all over the world to encourage people in all walks of life. In addition to inspirational books, plans for the ministry include developing additional ways to meet its goals. In the future, Faith Travels will provide encouragement via the Internet, radio and/or television.

Contact Information:

Lisa Walker, Founder

Faith Travels



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Prominent Rabbi Provides Controversial Perscription for Interfaith Dialog, But is Viewing Jesus as an “Unfished Messiah” for the Gentiles Going Too Far?

(PRWEB) January 31, 2005

In more than 40 years of pioneering the Jewish-Christian dialog, the prominent rabbi, Irving (Yitz) Greenberg, has been at once embraced and ostracized by both Christian and Jewish leaders.

And for good reason. Never before has any religious leader, let alone an Orthodox rabbi, had the courage or insight to cut to the very heart of the divide between these religionsÂ?offering an honest critique of bothÂ?and with great hope, suggesting a visionary prescription for healing and change on both sides.

Now for the first time, religious leaders, scholars, and lay people of both faiths have access to this important theologianÂ?s ideas and arguments in his new book, For the Sake of Heaven and Earth (Jewish Publication Society, $ 20 paperback). Within these pages (essays written from 1969-2000, as well as much new material) are GreenbergÂ?s core assertions:

On the validity of pluralism: Â?It was GodÂ?s will that Christianity be born within Judaism,Â? says Greenberg, Â?that it separate itself and reach out to Gentiles with the good news of God the Creator, the God of Israel, and the Divine call to humanity to perfect the world. The two religions were intended to work side by side, appealing to different groups and disagreeing on important issues but as partners nevertheless with God and humanity, and with each other.Â?

On theological misreading: The theological misreading (e.g. Christian supercessionism and Jewish dismissal of Christianity as false or idolatrous) led to a destructive relationship for the past 1,900 years, which must now be corrected.

On the Christian Messiah: In his essay, Covenants of Redemption, Greenberg makes a convincing case that Jews and Christians are not as totally contradictory on this issue of Christ as is the popular impression. In this discussion, he presents his most provocative assertionÂ?that for purposes of a Â?new encounterÂ? Jesus can be viewed by both faiths as an Â?unfinished messiah for the Gentiles.Â? For Christians, this view acknowledges ChristÂ?s unfinished work while at once affirming the Second Coming. For Jews, this view requires the acknowledgement that Jesus is a messenger of Divine to humanity. But whether or not this more modern theological thought takes deeper root in Christianity, ultimately both sides must Â?Leave it to God what religious messages should be given, and to other faith communities how signals should be heardÂ?unless that have evil consequences.Â?

Five short responsive essays by noted Jewish and Christian scholars James Carroll, David Novak, Mary Boys, Michael Novak and Krister Stendhal and a study guide round out this breakthrough work and offer readers plenty of Â?spiritual food for thought.Â?


Laurie Schlesinger

800-234-3151 ext. 5613


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