Monthly Archives: December 2015

Genetic Twist of Fate

I enjoyed “Genetic Twists of Fate” by Stanley Fields and Mark Johnston. They increased my non-scientific understanding of DNA, Genes and inheritance through clear writing and wonderful real-life examples to springboard to their understanding of mutations and diseases being passed … Continue reading

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One Small Candle

The day after Christmas is just pleasant. Leisurely morning. Finished my first sermon for tomorrow and thought I would do a quick review of a book I read for Thanksgiving. It was “One Small Candle” by Thomas Flemming published in … Continue reading

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A Little Piece of Mazabuka for Christmas

It was just Joan and I for Thanksgiving and so it is for Christmas, or was. The Prediger’s plans had to be built around the main hostess having to work on Christmas so they divided up the clan and everyone … Continue reading

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A Basketball Jones

I had the luxury of watching a Sparta Bulldog basketball game this last Saturday night. Sparta verses Chester. Sparta had been beat by Chester by a large margin in the Trico Tournament. This post is entitled “A Basketball Jones” from … Continue reading

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Modern Vandals

The sack of Rome by the Vandals is compared to the march of ISIS through the world in this article. His conclusion: Then as now, the only answer to such a threat is the enemy’s unconditional surrender and their de-jihadification … Continue reading

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Russians on Israeli Border

The reality of Russian troops on the Israeli border is one of those: “How did that happen prophetic questions”. For a Christian the invasion of Israel recorded in Eze 38-39, preceded by the prophecies of the restoration of the nation … Continue reading

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