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Exploring the Nuances of Christian Perspectives on Vaping

In recent years, vaping has emerged as a prominent trend, especially among younger demographics. As it continues to shape societal norms, the Christian community finds itself in a dialogue about its stance on the use of e-cigarettes and vapes.
This conversation is multifaceted, reflecting various interpretations of scriptural teachings, moral living, and the maintenance of the ‘temple of the Holy Spirit,’ which is one’s body, according to Christian doctrine.
As perspectives on vaping are explored, questions about the impact of vaping juice…

Is CBD Okay for Christians to Use?

CBD oil in Canada is trendy nowadays because it is believed to be an effective treatment for symptoms that lead to ongoing physical pain. This does not limit physical illnesses. This also cures some symptoms of depression. This is available all over Canada since multiple companies are producing CBD oil. Although CBD oil and the famous CBD cream are chemicals made from cannabis plants, Christians consider their use because of their known effectiveness.
The question is, is it okay for Christians to use it, although it might contain the “high” ingredient that marijuana has?
Is It Okay for …

What Christian Moms Need to Know About CBD

As a Christian mom, you are wary if CBD is right for you or a member of your family because it is a derivative of cannabis. Before deciding, check these budpop’s delta 8 flower and read more below:
What Is CBD?
Cannabidiol(CBD) is a derivative of the marijuana plant. CBD is not psychoactive like its counterpart, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This means that CBD does not affect the state of your mind and does not make you high. Furthermore, CBD is extracted from legally grown marijuana plants.
CBD can be extracted in the form of a …

Biblical Announce Studies Seminary Online

Biblical Studies is glad to announce its recent development of the Seminary Online. Seminary Online is a technological platform that is designed to cater to distance learning students who wanted to pursue theological studies but are hindered or constrained to physically set foot on campus.
It has been a few weeks since the Director for University Development gave hints of this major project approved by the Board of Elders of Biblical Studies. Since then, there have been numerous inquiries made to the university registrar by the many interested and willing enrollees to the Seminary Online…