The growth of Kabbalah Center Read more

The growth of Kabbalah Center

Kabbalah is a non-profit organization that offers religious courses on Kabbalah and the Zohar. These courses are offered free of charge and are offered both online and offline. Offline courses are offered in designated centers around the globe. Some of the centers are regional, and the teachings can be offered in the form of study groups. Philip Berg first introduced the development of Kabbalah teaching together with his wife, Karen Berg. The organization has a multi-ethnic teaching staff that is dedicated to offering training to their student’s worldwide.

People who wish to start learning Kabbalah are not required to have a Judaism as a prerequisite. Kabbalah centers and teachings are open for all irrespective of one’s religious or linguistic orientation. People are not either required to know Jewish and Hebrew texts for them to understand Kabbalah. Kabbalah Centre International – YouTube

The Kabbalah headquarters based in Los Angeles California was set up in the year 1914. Where Karen Berg and her sons were the spiritual leaders and the directors of the organization. The organization spread fast and has over 50 branches worldwide. Among the branches are in major cities such as New York City, Toronto, Los Angeles and London. Click Here for more news.

Kabbalah has its relation to various religions. It shares its beliefs with Muslim, Judaism, Christianity, and Buddhism. Although Kabbalah teachings relate to some of the teachings of the religions as mentioned earlier, spiritual leaders warn that Kabbalah is not an alternative to these faiths. Kabbalah is a supplement to these religions, and it cannot stand on its own as a religion.

Kabbalah teachings include Bible teachings such as the passage of the red sea. The story studied in the Kabbalah and Zohar courses come from spiritual leaders. Yehuda Berg, son of Karen Berg, has produced a series of teachings from the Bible for Kabbalah teachings.

Since its inception in the year, 1914 kabbalah has received a positive response as more and more people from different religions has taken the Kabbalah courses whether it is through the internet or offline physical classes. Individuals who fail to understand Kabbalah pose a significant threat to the growth of the center. However, Kabbalah will continue to offer guidance and teachings to more people around the world.

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Arkansas Governor Requests Legislature Modify “Religious Freedom Law” Read more

Arkansas Governor Requests Legislature Modify “Religious Freedom Law”

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has asked the state legislature to modify the recently passed “Religious Freedom” bill. Outside groups led by Wal-Mart claim the bill currently on the governor’s desk will open the door to discrimination based on religious beliefs. Gov. Hutchinson does not want to see his state become mired in a costly and damaging social war. As a result, he has asked the legislature to essentially craft the bill as a carbon copy of President Clinton’s 1993 “Religious Freedom” bill. It appears the legislature will comply. The state senate has already passed a revised version which now contains the same language as the federal bill. The House is expected to take up the new bill later today.

Arkansas does not want to be cast in the same negative light as Indiana. Shortly after Gov. Pence signed his state’s “Religious Freedom” law, an uproar ensured. That said, Gov. Hutchinson believes the controversy is overblown. Tribuna do Norte said he is also considering going so far as issuing an executive order barring discrimination, but that would largely be superfluous as current state laws bars discrimination. If the governor were to issue the order, it would likely be to try and quell any criticism of his administration. The media has jumped on the bills in Indiana and Arkansas to give the appearance of a culture war within the country. Thus far, the GOP governors affirm there was no ill intent in the bills.