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Religion
Religion is a human phenomenon that defies easy definition. It is commonly understood as a group of beliefs or attitudes concerning an object (real or imagined), person (real or imagined), or system of thought considered to be supernatural, sacred, or divine, and the moral codes, practices, values, institutions, and rituals associated with such belief or system of thought. It is sometimes used interchangeably with "faith" or "belief system" In the course of the development of religion, it has taken many forms in various cultures and individuals.
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Bullfinch's Mythology
Myths and legends from all countries at all times

Thomas Bulfinch, July 15, 1796 - May 27 1867, was an American writer, born in Newton, Massachusetts. His father was Charles Bulfinch , the architect of the Massachusetts State House in Boston and parts of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

He tried his hand at various businesses, then worked in a bank between 1837 and 1867. This job allowed him much spare time which he spent studying natural history and literature, and he began to write books drawing on his extensive reading, such as Hebrew Lyrical History (1853), The Age of Chivalry (1858), and Shakespeare Adapted for Reading Classes (1865).

One particular title, "The Age of Fable" written in 1855, gained wide fame. Known as ‘Bulfinch's Mythology’, it introduced Greek and Roman mythology to generations of Americans who did not read Greek or Latin.

"Our work is not for the learned, nor for the theologian, nor for the philosopher, but for the reader of English literature, of either sex, who wishes to comprehend the allusions so frequently made by public speakers, lecturers, essayists, and poets, and those which occur in polite conversation."
The volume was dedicated to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and described on the title page as an "Attempt To Popularize Mythology, And Extend The Enjoyment Of Elegant Literature."

In his preface Bulfinch outlined his purpose which was

"an attempt to solve this problem, by telling the stories of mythology in such a manner as to make them a source of amusement. We have endeavored to tell them correctly, according to the ancient authorities, so that when the reader finds them referred to he may not be at a loss to recognize the reference.

Thus we hope to teach mythology not as a study, but as a relaxation from study; to give our work the charm of a story-book, yet by means of it to impart a knowledge of an important branch of education. The index at the end will adapt it to the purposes of a reference, and make it a Classical Dictionary for the parlor."

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Dante's DIVINE COMEDY
The full text of Dante Alighieri's Vision Of Hell, Purgatory And Paradise

Dante Alighieri or simply Dante (1265-1321) was an Italian Florentine poet. His greatest work, la Divina Commedia (The Divine Comedy), is considered the greatest literary statement produced in Europe during the Middle Ages, and the basis of the modern Italian language. The Dante Alighieri Society, founded in Italy in 1889, continues to promote Italian culture and language around the world in his name.
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Destiny New Zealand
The official website of Destiny New Zealand

Destiny New Zealand, a Christian political party in New Zealand, centres around the charismatic/pentecostal Destiny Church, founded and led by the televangelist Brian Tamaki. The party describes itself as "centre-right", and places a strong focus on traditional family values. It does not hold any seats in Parliament.

From the website:

All of our policies are based on the timeless principle that the family is the cornerstone of society and marriage is the cornerstone of the family. Families impact on every sector of society. The breakdown of families is a primary cause of all problems that impact on the health and stability of our country.

For this reason, Destiny New Zealand policies aim to protect, empower and prosper New Zealand families.
In 'protecting' the family, Destiny New Zealand aims to: I. Protect the 'institution of marriage' (Between one man and one woman), which is the universally tried and proven stable basis for raising children. Families centred on marriage generally provide the best environment for child development and contribute powerfully to the overall health and vitality of society.
II. Uphold the rule of law and to administer justice, thereby creating and maintaining a safe environment for our families to live, work and play.

By 'empowering' the family, the party aims to strengthen families by fostering a marriage culture and providing greater recognition and support to families centred on marriage. The party also aims to uphold and positively promote the roles of parenting, fatherhood and motherhood throughout its policies.
By 'prospering' the family, the party aims to keep more money in the home through lower taxes and by providing greater opportunity for families to accumulate wealth and assets for the benefit of future generations. In this way, we begin a cycle whereby children are born into asset and not debt - freedom and not dependency.
Destiny New Zealand is fully committed to supporting sole-parent families, both practically and financially. However, the time-honoured institution of marriage will remain the benchmark and standard of normative family in Destiny New Zealand policy.
Our Family Policy is the foundation of all our policies and will remain the priority of the party's objectives in government. By using the Family Policy as our foundation policy, other policies are developed in the light of how they can positively contribute towards our vision of strong, prosperous families underpinning a strong, prosperous nation.

With Destiny New Zealand, your family is our priority.
"Strong families mean less government - that's got to be a good thing!"
Richard Lewis - Leader


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Evolution Facts Inc
"one of the most complete anti-evolution websites on the internet"

"Filled with scientific facts against evolution, a massive collection, [this is] one of the most complete anti-evolution websites on the internet. You have come to the right place. Stay awhile and learn the truth. Those fairy tales you were taught in school are excess baggage. What you want are scientific facts. This website is full of them.

"This is a very large website, containing a fabulous amount of scientific data disproving evolutionary theory. And it is constantly growing. Book-mark this site; you will often want to return and visit us. There is information here that you need.

* The scientific discovery that the foundational rocks of our continents were formed solid within a few minutes.

* 54 scientific facts disproving the Big Bang evolutionary theory about the origin of matter and the stars.

* 52 scientific facts disproving evolutionary origins of galaxies and stars.

* 59 evidences that the earth is only a few thousand years old.

* The falsity of so-called "natural selection" as a means of producing new life forms. There have been no trans-species changes.

* Evidence showing that humans did not evolve from apes or descend from anything else.

* The First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics totally annihilates evolutionary theory.

* Consider the effect evolution has had on civilization, warfare, psychology, law, literature, communism, crime, and more.

* The evolutionists are determined to take over the schools and direct the minds of the youth.

* The fraudulent effort to change archaeological dating. Archaeological finds do confirm the Bible, after all!

* Brief stories of 42 outstanding scientists who believed in God.

* Why do you have eyelashes? They keep dust out of your eyes, but are in no way needed for survival. A thinking Creator would bestow eyelashes upon His creatures; the chance workings of so-called "natural selection" would never produce these perfectly-located little helpers.

And so on. It's wonderful stiff!


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Graeme Davidson
The website of the Reverend Graeme Davidson

Aimed at an intelligent audience and updated four days a week, Theological Editions is an independent publication with a large collection of selected religion-related news, views and review links from most of the world's leading English language news sources and from numerous religious journals and periodicals.

The Theological Editions Home Page can be reached at http://www.theologicaleditions.com or http://www.religion.org.nz. It offers regular feature stories and articles on 'Web Theology' and provides nearly 400 links to resources such as religious news, prayer and spirituality, religious history, sermons, study, ethics, philosophy, youth, and leadership as well as Bibles and in-depth commentaries.

Theological Editions aims to link to resources that have some significant free information, are thoughtful in content and contribute to an in-depth knowledge and understanding of religious faith and God. Christian faith and outlooks from a mainstream point of view are the main focus, but other faiths and points of view, including the views of those who have thoughtful objections to religious faith, are referenced.

Sites that are overly commercial or offer little more than local information or pure evangelism are not normally referenced.

Who we are
Theological Editions is produced by several individuals and is independent of any church or other faith organization.

At various times Graeme Davidson and Graeme Beals, the founders, have been teachers, university lecturers, authors, corporate employees, software developers and business people. Graeme Davidson, an Oxford graduate in theology, is also an Anglican priest, theologian, columnist, journalist and foriegn correspondent, psychologist, and author and has lived in the UK and US, while Graeme Beals is the owner of a major New Zealand publishing company.

Graeme Davidson is the editor of Theological Editions. His contact address is: graeme.davidson@swiftnet.co.nz. Features and web theology submissions are welcome along with suggestions for further resource links.

Also involved is editor and artist Zena Moran and IT specialist Laurie Ellims. Zena links a career in journalism, education and IT with a background and interest in things spiritual, including a number of years in a religious order. Laurie brings a wealth of experience in computer and network systems.

Theological Editions has grown over the past eight years from an idea jointly conceived by the founders and, thereafter, developed by gradual evolution to its present form. Further evolution will occur online.

We are going to need funds if we are to continue to provide this service and to extend to meet audience requirements. If you would like to become involved as a sponsor, investor or would like to help us in some other way, contact us:

Email
graeme.davidson@swiftnet.co.nz

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64-6-758-1031

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Theological Editions, 3 Tauroa Road, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand.

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Graeme Davidson, 64-6-877-6749


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Hell
One Christian organisation's vision of Hell.

This site is maintained by "Tentmaker Ministries", whose "About this site" page beings as follows:

"Tentmaker Ministries is Gary and Michelle Amirault and friends who have fallen in love with our Father, the Creator of the universe. We are concerned with growing up into the fullness of the stature of Christ and being about our Father's business. Knowing Who the King of the Universe is and discovering He actually loves you, not just with words but in reality, is something that is impossible to keep bottled up. It must be shared. That is what Tentmaker is all about."

Nowhere in the site can you find out where these people are, but I guess they're in America somewhere. Here is what they say about their Hell site:

"After spending several years in many different denominations of Christianity, spending thousands of hours comparing and studying various translations of the Bible, looking into the Greek and Hebrew behind our English translations, studying the writings of the early Church Fathers, and seeking God in prayer with all that is in me, I am one hundred percent convinced there is NO such thing as a Hell of everlasting tortures as taught in most denominations of Christianity.

"This site is dedicated to the eradication of the myth of Hell from the face of this earth. This pagan myth, invented by men and women---NOT God---has been a great stain upon the nature and character of our Creator for thousands of years. It has turned men and women into animals and caused them to see the Creator as a fiend. It is time to dismantle this evil..."

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I See Dumb People
Support Science Not Superstition! Scams and Delusions Exposed!

This amazing New Zealand-based site "seeks to examine and expose dubious claims made in New Zealand" and expose "those that promote bogus beliefs, products or services, whether for profit or otherwise".

So far it contains eleven such exposes, which take the form of lengthy and highly literate essays. The subjects:

* Weather Forecasting by the Moon

Can Ken Ring really predict the weather 20 years ahead merely by observing the Moon? Should you be wasting money on his 'Weather Almanac'? Is his theory scientific or is it all a scam?

* Coley Ellison: Natural Healer

Does Coley really have the power to heal people of almost any disease? Can he heal people anywhere in the world using telepathy or is it all a scam?

* The Rev. Father Francois Laisney: “Shroud of Turin” Apologist

Can Father Laisney really show that the Shroud of Turin was the actual burial cloth of Jesus Christ and not a medieval fake? Can he discredit the 1988 carbon-dating results and provide new evidence, or is it all a scam?

* Natural History New Zealand: Transplanting Memories

Does "cellular memory" cause organ transplant recipients to receive the memories, sexual preferences, personality traits etc of the organ donor? Is there even such a thing as 'cellular memory' or is it all a scam by NHNZ?

* Psychic Detectives

Can TV's Rebecca Gibney and her team of psychics provide new leads on unsolved real-life murder cases? Is there a connection with the 'spirit world' or is it all a scam?

* Malcolm McLeod: The Handwriting Guy

Do hidden signs in your handwriting reveal the "real" you? Can a graphologist such as Malcolm McLeod interpret these signs? Can you alter the style of your signature to improve your destiny or is it all a scam?

* Ian Harris: Honest to God Atheist

Has "Honest to God" columnist Ian Harris found a new way to describe how we can all live our lives without religion? Has he devised a legitimate way that God-fearing Christians can reject God and Christ and yet still be Christians, or is it all a scam?

* Agnostics: Sanctimonious Fence Sitters

Do agnostics speak the truth when they say they have no opinion on God, or are they just hiding their real views? Do they do this so as not to offend either believers or non-believers? Is it a valid stance, wedged between believers and atheists, or is it all a scam?

* Jeanette Wilson: Psychic Medium

Can Jeanette Wilson see and hear your dead Granny? Can she pass on messages from 'the other side'? Or is what she does nothing more than a trick designed to take advantage of the gullible, the desperate and the lonely? Can Jeanette really see dead people or is it all a scam?

* Healing with Magnets

Does sleeping on a magnetic underlay or drinking magnetised water have health benefits? Do magnets reduce pain or merely the contents of your wallet? Is Magnetic Therapy a medical wonder, discovered by the ancients, or is it just a scam, a waste of money?

* Ian Wishart: Christian Fundamentalist

Ian Wishart says we should believe every word in the Bible. That Adam and Eve -- the first humans -- were created by God, that Noah really built his Ark, and that Jesus rose from the dead. Can Ian really provide good evidence that the Bible is true, and that atheists are evil killers, or is it all a scam?

From its About Us page:

From scams, cons and quackery to superstition, blind faith and self-delusion, many New Zealanders have been duped into buying products that don't work (and could never work), and following beliefs that make no sense.

We are a small group of likeminded friends who have been confronted with some of these bogus claims and are left wondering why people fall prey to them.

We have also been annoyed and disappointed when our friends, family and acquaintances have been sucked into some wacky scheme or belief, often resulting in a negative affect on their health and/or finances. Not to mention their grasp on reality, of how the Universe really works.

Some may not have the background, knowledge or time to investigate the validity of the claims. Others may simply be too trusting, too credulous and/or lack the ability to think critically, especially since being 'skeptical' is often considered a very negative trait these days.

This website is an attempt to turn the tide. To stop the 'dumbing down of society', the turning away from science and the return to the beliefs of medieval peasants. Each of us has favourite topics that we feel strongly about and will attempt to debunk those making bogus claims. We will be presenting the side of the argument that scammers, con-artists and self-deluded do-gooders don't want you to hear.

While there are many who will confidently (and correctly) exclaim "That product is just a scam" or "That belief is just a myth", few can explain why. On this site we will attempt to explain why certain claims are bogus and why certain individuals should be avoided at all costs. You must not give them any money or entrust your health and wellbeing to them.

No doubt some of these people sincerely believe in their powers and/or mythical beings etc, in the same way that very young children sincerely believe in Santa Claus. However believing in Santa Claus does not make him real. Whether a scam is the result of self-delusion or outright fraud, either way you have been tricked into believing something that isn't true.

When people say they believe in astrology or homeopathy or rave about mediums that proclaim, "I See Dead People", you should reply with, "I See Dumb People."

Authors: John L. Ateo, Rachel C., Jason C., Gordon S.

You'll notice that John's name appears on most essays. This is because John has been chosen to write the essays in their final form, both his own and draft essays or ideas from the rest of us, and format them into web pages. Thus most essays are a collaborative affair. We are not out to build individual reputations as writers, but to expose scams and delusions.

[There is no "John L Ateo" or any other version of this name in any telephone directory in New Zealand.]


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Jesus Christ
About-Jesus.org is a straightforward account of the facts of Jesus's life.

The site's owners say:

"We are a small group of Christians who believe in the Apostle's Creed and the Nicene Creed. We began this web site on September 11 2005 and we plan to add many more pages in the near future to help people learn more about Jesus Christ."
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Jewish websites in New Zealand
Links to New Zealand-based websites of interest to Jewish people in New Zealand

This is part of the Temple Sinai website. It identified the following Jewish organisations as having websites in NZ:

Wellington Hebrew Congregation
Wellington's orthodox congregation site

Kosher Co-op
Wellington's kosher food outlet. Also sells Judaica.The Co-op will supply all your Kosher requirements for your home or while you are on holiday touring New Zealand.

The Kiwi Kosher Directory
Now on-line and fully indexed

The Auckland Hebrew Congregation
Auckland's orthodox congregation site.

Beth Shalom Auckland
Auckland's progressive congregation site.

Kadimah College
Auckland's Jewish Day School

Habonim Dror
NZ's secular Zionist youth group.

Waikato Jewish Association
The Waikato Jewish Association is a constituted community organisation which has been active for very many years. Although there is no synagogue or other visible establishment, they can and do organise Jewish activities in Hamilton.

The Klezmer Rebs
Wellington's own Klezmer group. They are a hit with young and old alike.

One Community
A virtual community for the entire Jewish population of New Zealand. This site is dedicated to the promotion of all Jewish organizations and to providing a comprehensive array of information and services such as a Community Diary, business and community notices, an on-line booking & registration system and more.

Jews of New Zealand
A comprehensive Jewish web site. (CAUTION: I got a mass of pop-ups after checking this one out.)

New Zealand Jewish Page
Another comprehensive (Geocities) Jewish web site.

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Liberty to the Captives
An interesting Christian site.

"We believe and teach that "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness," 2TI 3:16. Therefore the Word of God is our only authority. We believe God has preserved his word for us today in the Authorized King James Bible. We believe the Holy Bible teaches that reconciliation between God and man through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ constitutes salvation. This reconciliation is accomplished through the sinless blood of Jesus Christ and is clearly twofold. From God's side He "…was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them." However, reconciliation is not complete until man's rebellion is broken, and he is reconciled from his side."

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Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible
A classic commentary on the Bible, written between 1708 and 1710.

Contains the entire text of this classic Christian work - great for any serious Bible scholar, or someone just wanting to explore the Bible more deeply.

From Wikipedia:

"Matthew Henry (1662-1714), was an English nonconformist clergyman. He was born at Broad Oak, a farmhouse on the borders of Flintshire and Shropshire. His father, Philip Henry, had just been ejected by the Act of Uniformity. Unlike most of his fellow-sufferers, Philip possessed some private means, and was thus able to give his son a good education. Matthew went first to a school at Islington, and then to Gray's Inn. He soon gave up his legal studies for theology, and in 1687 became minister of a Presbyterian congregation at Chester, removing in 1712 to Mare Street, Hackney. In 1714 he died suddenly of apoplexy at Nantwich while on a journey from Chester to London. Henry's well-known Exposition of the Old and New Testaments (1708-1710) is a commentary of a practical and devotional rather than of a critical kind, covering the whole of the Old Testament, and the Gospels and Acts in the New Testament. After the author's death, the work was finished by a number of ministers, and edited by G Burder and John Hughes in 1811. Of no value as criticism, its unfailing good sense, its discriminating thought, its high moral tone, its simple piety and its practical application, combined with the well-sustained flow of its racy English style, made it one of the best works of its type."
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Mayan Religion
Sacred-texts relating to Maya religion, mythology and folklore.

The complete text of the Popol Vuh, Mayan folklore and the extraordinary Mayan calendar - devised over 1500 years ago and still one of the most accurate calendars ever.

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New Zealand Skeptics
The website of the New Zealand Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (Inc.)

The New Zealand Skeptics form a network of New Zealanders including magicians, teachers, scientists, health professionals and many others from all walks of life. Members have a variety of religious faiths, economic beliefs and political leanings, but are all interested in examining what objective scientific support there is for claims of such things as psychic abilities, alternative health practices, creationism and other areas where science, pseudo-science and shonky science interact.

There are always more questions!
Is that a star or a UFO?
Which do you think is more likely?
Is the Earth only 6,000 years old?
Why do some people believe this?
Does homeopathy work?
What is the evidence that it does?
If extraordinary claims are being made, you should demand extraordinary proof, especially if you are putting your money or your life on the line.

Many of the practices questioned by the Skeptics take advantage of people at their most vulnerable - cancer patients seeking alternative cures, grief-stricken bereaved seeking contact with the dead. They prey upon our trust, our hopes and our fears, and exploit our lack of specialist knowledge.

Where the potential for harm exists - whether physical, mental, emotional or economic - Skeptics consider it unethical not to challenge such claims.

Skeptics - looking for the best place between "suckered" gullibility and close-minded cynicism

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NZMuslim.net
The official website of the Muslim Community in New Zealand

There is no "About Us" page, but the site says it all, really:

* Who is Allah?

* Mohammed the prophet

* CONCEPT OF WORSHIP IN ISLAM

* How To Become A Muslim

* Why wasn't Mary Stoned to Death?

* The Basis of Islamic Belief

* Islam spread by sword?

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Overview of World Religions
A review of the world's major religions

This site is owned by the Division of Religion & Philosophy in St Martin's College (UK). It covers these religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism and Zoroastrianism.

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