Monthly Archives: August 2014


Rightly Dividing

CandleOnBookby Deana Chadwell    8/31/14
I have occasionally heard the Bible described as nothing more than some ancient scriblings by a bunch of dead guys. Well, true; it’s ancient – the book of Job probably dates back to c2500 B.C., the writer most decidedly dead. More » • (1410 views)

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Dabbling with Deism

FaithReasonby Brad Nelson   8/31/14
The question that has always plagued my mind is, Shall God be real or shall god be a source of emotional satisfaction? Both are possible at the same time, of course. But those who would say so, do they really care if God is real as long as they are emotionally satisfied with the idea? More » • (2784 views)

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The Ten Commandments — #7

TenCommandmentsA StubbornThings Symposium   8/21/14
Introduction  • “But I say to you that everyone who looks at a woman with lustful intent has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” More » • (6763 views)

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Obamica the Beautiful

by Mark O’Brien   8/30/14

O beautiful for specious lies,
Audacious hope in vain,
For purple prose and promises
Deceitful and insane! More » • (2104 views)

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Leftists and Islam

MarkSteynby Cato   8/30/14
Rotherham, UK.  A study in total capitulation.  •  It’s tempting to call the actions of the local luminaries that Steyn details in Rotherham cowardice, but that misses the point, I think.  The point is how to explain the acceptance of, indeed the affinity of Leftists for the outrages of Islam. More » • (2291 views)

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Emmaus Road

by Glenn Fairman   8/30/14

On Emmaus Road I set my steps
A Burning City left behind
A Citadel collapsed in ruin
The victim of my Grand Designs More » • (996 views)

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Lessons from the Otherness

Nightworldby Timothy Lane   8/30/14
F. Paul Wilson has written a large number of books, a substantial portion of them based on the notion of a secret history of the Earth that involves a struggle for control (as part of some cosmic game) between 2 alien entities, known as the Ally and the Enemy. More » • (1212 views)

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Divide and Conquer: A Game of Thrones?

DivideConquerby Leigh Bravo   8/29/14
I recently attended my monthly book club group, which is comprised of women from differing political persuasions, including but not necessarily limited to conservatives and liberals. We can have some interesting discussions, as you might expect, especially when the topic broaches anything political. More » • (1241 views)

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Time to Pick Up Our Bones

OurBonesby Anniel   8/29/14
A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Proverbs 17:22  •  How is your spirit? Do your bones feel kind of broken and dry lately? As if there is a terrible disconnect between you and the rest of mankind? More » • (916 views)

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A Place to go-back-to

by Jerry Richardson   8/29/14

We all need A Place to go-back-to. More » • (1311 views)

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Paternal Uncertainty in a Godless Society

PaternalUncertaintyby Enza Ferreri   8/28/14
When I work until late at night, just about the only TV programme left to watch afterwards is often The Jeremy Kyle Show. At first I watched it for its comic value, as dysfunctional couples and families shout at each other over non-existing problems More »
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Forget 40 days and 40 nights…I couldn’t last 40 minutes

by Brad Nelson   8/28/14

I had intended to watch the new Noah movie in its entirety. But it’s far more stupid than I thought it would be. I was expecting something Avatar-ish — dumb, but entertaining on some level. More » • (1057 views)

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