Can you be Christian in Silicon Valley?

Can you be Christian in Silicon Valley?

Silicon Valley’s Christians describe life as an uneasy negotiation, between expressing their faith as called for by the Bible and integrating themselves into secular workplaces where religion is viewed, at best, as an anachronistic curiosity, and at worst, as a malevolent force.

Which religion is the most intellectual?

A 2016 Pew Center global study on religion and education around the world ranked Jews as the most educated (13.4 years of schooling) followed by Christians (9.3 years of schooling).

What is the closest religion to Christian?

Islam shares a number of beliefs with Christianity. They share similar views on judgment, heaven, hell, spirits, angels, and a future resurrection. Jesus is acknowledged as a great prophet and respected by Muslims.

What is the most country with Christians?

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United States
Top ten by numbers (2010)

Rank Country Christians
1 United States 246,790,000
2 Brazil 175,700,000
3 Mexico 107,780,000
4 Russia 105,220,000

Does Tim Ferriss believe in God?

Conversation. I’m not particularly religious, but I am interested in this — DMT and the Soul of Prophecy… Anyone read it yet? His previous book was an interesting read, same topic.

Which religion is the least educated?

Jehovah’s Witnesses
Jehovah’s Witnesses have by far the lowest education. Evangelicals are somewhat below the national average. The religiously unaffiliated are just slightly above average in levels of college education.

Which religion is most persecuted?

As of 2019, Hindus are 99\% “likely to live in countries where their groups experience harassment”, and as per this definition – in conjunction with the Jewish community – the most persecuted religious group in the world.

Is stoicism biblical?

Stoicism is not connected to Christianity. Although Stoicism refers to gods, it is a philosophical doctrine without religion. Q: What do Stoics believe? Stoicism holds that we can only rely on our responses to outside events, while the events themselves we cannot control.