Is belly dancing religious?

Well actually, it’s more of a Christian thing than it is a religious thing – especially when you have two people with a similar religious background who want to do anything. In fact, it’s pretty common for people to think it is the same thing. But of course it is not. The way you look is different.

You can learn more about belly dancing and religion on our page on belly dancing and Christianity:

If you’re new here and want to learn more about religion and belly dancing, check out these two fun tips on belly dancing and Christianity:

How to Get Into the Ballroom as a Christian

Belly Dancing and Christianity: A Beginner’s Guide

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The second day of the Democratic National Convention has brought with it a host of controversial statements from the party’s top brass.

From Vice President Joe Biden’s use of the word “love” to Hillary Clinton’s suggestion the government should ban guns, some people are offended.

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Watch the clip of Biden making the statements on a campaign stop in Virginia, above.

(H/T: Mediaite)

In July 2017, I published a guest post with an opinion piece on “The Value of a College Education as an Investment.” In his piece, Adam Grant concluded:

This is a point we’ve come to repeatedly over the last two years as the job market has begun to improve, and we’ve begun to understand the role that technology plays in creating opportunities in new jobs. College-educated workers are now as essential as ever in the economy and job market.

After a few weeks of conversation, my son made the observation that the “education” he was interested in in college was not the degree he earned but something he found through a website called “Jobvite”, which allows users to search job openings. I thought it might be interesting to see if I could provide some data showing what types of jobs people like to work, to illustrate what he was seeking in college and, more importantly, what type of job he would be more likely to get if he attended college.

Jobvite was a good resource, especially for the type of jobs that my two sons are interested in – computer programming, accounting, and sales. The sites was primarily a job referral site – it doesn’t actually recommend a job, but provides a “recommendation” score to help users find jobs faster. In my data, it was clear that students who worked