Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Privileged Planet

Is it possible that “the heavens declare” has scientific basis? That question is answered by Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay Richards in “The Privileged Planet”. It starts with something so simple as an eclipse. Our solar eclipse seems to be quite … Continue reading

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I had my sermon swirling in my mind as I dropped Joan off to get up to New York for Laura Michelle’s wedding. I stopped at a library sale in Troy where I spotted “The Music of Eternity” by Adrian … Continue reading

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As Mark Levin said: “I wouldn’t let my son be an American ambassador.”   White House trying “very hard” to get Fox not to report on Benghazi.

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Sermon

Inconsequential Life? Nothing in life is inconsequential. This poem is Chyrle’s from Whispers of the Day. An inconsequential life;        lived out in deep regret. What could change the circumstance;         about which now I fret. What difference could be made            if … Continue reading

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An article about champion for abortion, Wendy Davis, shows what colors run in her life. I believe in sacrificial love overcoming selfish love when it comes to abortion. So a champion of abortion will exhibit more than a natural amount … Continue reading

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UNESCO Cancels Israeli Exhibit was the title of the article. We have become a nation looking for a bloody nose from God. As the blood flows some will allow the blood of Christ to wash away their sins and seal … Continue reading

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#WARONMEN:  All December Job Gains Went to Women. I am glad Glenn Reynolds has taken on this issue of pointing out how the “war on women” is really a “war on men” designed to destroy the nation. Remember it is … Continue reading

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