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How Adam & Eve Reflect God's Kingdom!  

"Let us make man in our image." Such a Scripture does not support the trinity, but it does support the plain truth that the Word was God and the Word was with God, two Beings with the one sacred name of God/Elohim (John 1:1-2).
Faith and Culture Combine Stroll into the small farming community of Shipshewana, Indiana and be surrounded by a culture rarely found anywhere. The town of around 536 people hosts about 500,000 visitors each year. What is the big attraction? This area of Northern Indiana is home to many of the Amish faith. Tourism has been encouraged by residents of Shipshewana, attracting people come from far and wide to experience the simple, beautiful life led by the Amish.
Chinese Taoism You are no doubt familiar with the harmonizing symbol of yin and yang: the mystical circle encasing rolling waves of black and white. Within the black wave rides a white dot, and conversely, a black dot is seen in the white wave. This ancient Chinese symbol has become popular as East opens up to West, and can be seen on billboards, signs, T-shirts, and jewelry around the world. Most know its connection to the idea of yin and yang, but few know the origin of yin and yang, or anything more of Taoist thought.
Folk Religion To look at the statistical data today, one would assume the Chinese are not vastly a religious people. Starting in 1966 with the Cultural Revolution, organized religion has been frowned upon by the communist government as superstitious and tainted by foreigners. There are five religions officially recognized by the state today (Taoism, Buddhism, Islam, Catholicism, and Protestant Christianity); and although freedom of religion (with limitations) has been declared since the Cultural Revolution ended in 1977, the Communist party has said religious belief and party membership are incompatible.