Monthly Archives: July 2022

The Nature of Evidence

The Nature of Evidence Common Definition: 1) A thing or set of things helpful in forming a conclusion or judgment (Free Dictionary) 2) That which tends to prove or disprove something; ground for belief; proof. ( 3) Something, including testimony, … Continue reading

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I am not a prophet, nor the son of a prophet… but as many have pointed out to me over the years, many things I predicted – based on trends I observed in society – came to pass. I have … Continue reading

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It’s Just Not Fair!

Kids say that all the time… well not all the time. They typically point out unfairness when someone gets something desirable that they don’t get and they are upset. They rarely point out unfairness when they are getting something desirable … Continue reading

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God’s Kids

In the Book of Acts, Luke records the Apostle Paul speaking to the Athenias, saying, “Therefore since we are God’s offspring, we should not think that the divine being is like gold or silver or stone—an image made by human … Continue reading

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Live Not By Lies

Live Not by Lies taken from: On the day Solzhenitsyn was arrested, February, 12, 1974, he released the text of “Live Not by Lies.” The next day, he was exiled to the West, where he received a hero’s welcome. … Continue reading

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Cattle Prod

Just so’s ya know: I post things to make people think. I do not have the power to change what they think, but posing questions, making provocative claims, and providing solid sources can result in people rummaging through their minds … Continue reading

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The Moral Justification for Abortion

Picture a maze with one exit… and that exit has something positive waiting outside the exit (like ice cream). Picture the same maze with several entrances – all of which will lead you to the exit. That is what it … Continue reading

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Job Description

We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God. 21 God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him … Continue reading

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Signs That Trouble is a Comin’

One of the most poignant and easy to spot signs that there is a totalitarian agenda in your midst is attempts by individuals or groups to shut down free speech – and that includes using the all too slippery and … Continue reading

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Y’all Settle Down Now

Just to be as clear as a pint glass: 1) I ain’t mad at nobody2) I don’t wish nobody any harm3) I wanna hear from anybody who wants to talk on anything who is committed to respectful talking4) If you … Continue reading

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