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Spotlighting Islam’s “Hima” System of Nature Conservation

Like a drunk driver on a riding lawnmower recklessly careening over his father’s vegetable garden, humankind is recklessly mowing down the earth – destroying the very support system needed to fuel the mower. All across the globe, the massive population of man is like an unstoppable machine. Requiring fuel to sustain the machine, consumption is […]

December 9th

Christian Mystics Seek God in Nature

Last EdenKeeper explored the relationship between Jewish mysticism, or Kabbalah, and nature. But mysticism isn’t confined only to Judaism. Mystics have been part of the Christian tradition since before Christianity was formalized enough to have official traditions. In other words, since the very infancy of Christianity. Mystics in Christian History The emphasis upon a mystical […]

July 28th

Passover and Its Deeper Meaning of Deliverance

Celebrate the Festival of Unleavened Bread because it was on this very day that I brought your divisions out of Egypt. Celebrate this day as a lasting ordinance for the generations to come. (Exodus 12:17) Monday, April 14 marks the first day of Passover, the holiday that recognizes the deliverance of the Israelites from slavery […]

April 11th

What Would Moses Drive?

Continuing on our quest to answer what cars the world’s gods, prophets, and holy teachers would drive, today EdenKeeper is tackling the question: What would Moses drive? Most of us know the story of Moses — he is an important prophet in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. He is famously known for encountering God in the […]

March 26th