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Hebrews 5:14 teaches that mature Christians should be capable of discerning between good and evil, between true doctrine and the
doctrine of devils.  The teachings included below are intended to provide the diligent truth-seeker with a thorough understanding of this topic.  We at Inquisitive Christianity do not endorse all of the content included in these teachings.  After all, it is a rare gift to discover a teaching with which one has no disagreement.  Nevertheless, we believe that these teachings offer valuable information for those who seek the truth and are spiritually mature enough to exercise discernment.

 

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The Labyrinth: A Spiritual Journey
(9:26)

 

In celebration of World Labyrinth Day, Labyrinth Facilitator Jane Decker from St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Palm Beach Gardens Florida discusses how the Labyrinth can be a spiritual tool to help find God's peace. This video presents how to use the labyrinth to facilitate a spiritual journey which can bring peace and insight.

 

 

The Labyrinth
(5:42)

 

This is a video introduction to the labyrinth as a form of prayer.

 

 

Walking a Prayer Labyrinth
(3:03)

 

Learn more about the spiritual practice of walking a prayer labyrinth in this 3-minute video filmed at Laurelville's stone labyrinth on Sunset Hill.

 

 

How to Pray in a Labyrinth
(1:37)

 

For the National Day of Prayer, leaders from different faiths demonstrate how they pray. Terri Lynn Simpson, a labyrinth facilitator at the Washington National Cathedral, offers a type of prayer - walking through a labyrinth - that people of any religious persuasion can do.