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IITS Affiliated to MESA-GST

Click to enter website International Institute of Theological Studies- IITS  was founded in 1990 as an Institute for teaching basic Theology, practical Christianity and Counselling principles is now affiliated to the Middle East South Asia Graduate School of Theology:MESA-GST. This is accredited to IAO, IATA and member of All India Association for Christian Higher Education […]

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​ Sin Vs Suffering comparing Karl Bath’s Dogmatics with Vissudhimaga A usual observation is that comparison is the fundamental way to gain understanding of anything. Succinctly, all knowledge is comparative. This dissertation illustrates, in an intentional and explicit way, this observation with the claim that comparative inquiry evinces insights and truths that non-comparative inquiry does […]

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E-Consciousness a higher state of Consciousness!!

E-Consciousness a higher state of Consciousness…IQ,EQ,PQ,SQ….and more !! My own research has revealed that until and unless the inner core of a person is radically transformed, training undertaken at the outer superficial sensory  level  will not be sufficient enough to penetrate deep down and  make an inner transformation at the “Core” or at an  integral […]

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Value of ” Empathy Cards”

Many find difficulty knowing the right thing to say when someone they know is diagnosed with an serious illness. Emily McDowell, a Los Angeles-based greeting card writer and designer, is changing that. McDowell’s new line of empathy cards are so popular that she’s had to bring on 10 new employees to try to keep up […]

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Dancing the Tango Could Benefit People With Parkinson’s

Dancing the Argentine tango could have potential benefits for people at certain stages in the development of Parkinson’s disease (PD), according to findings in a new study by researchers at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital -The Neuro, McGill University and the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre. The study looked at changes […]

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Babies Learn Language Socially

“It has to be social.” That’s the advice Patricia Kuhl gave to me and another CNS 2015 attendee following her riveting talk about language development. It doesn’t matter exactly when you introduce a new language to a child under 7, she said, as much as it matters that the learning is in a social setting. […]

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