Friends, A while back, I was assured by several readers that a certain House Bill H.R. 1592 and its Senate companion S.B. 1105 would in no way infringe upon the free speech rights of Christians who believe homosexuality is a sin and preach in accordance with the Scriptural (Old & New Testament) teaching prohibiting such activity.… Continue reading A New Kind of Lawsuit
Friends, What is strange about this post is NOT the content per se, but the seriousness of the quotations attributed to certain people, the seriousness with which people are approaching this issue, the pride people are taking in the decision of the Spanish parliament. Spanish parliament to extend rights to apes I can only hope… Continue reading The Evolution of Mankind: Great Apes, the Right to Life, Abortion on Demand
Friends, Just a couple of quick-hits tonight. First, I have a short post at Advance Signs tonight concerning the Church in China. Second, thank you, today is my birthday. I am now officially 38. Third, please boycott Slice of Laodicea as now John Tesh is the latest heretic to fall victim to the Sword of Laodicea.… Continue reading A Couple of Thoughts Before I Rest: Obama, Tesh, Darwin, Slice, China, Islam, My Birthday, and Dobson
Friends, Amazingly, this story originated in, where else, Darwin, Australia! I guess we can safely say that…well…I guess I don’t know what to say. Still, it’s a funny story: Australian scientists are trying to crack the mystery of how a tiny lizard found its way inside a chicken’s egg. “The lizard could not have entered… Continue reading Chickens evolving into Geckos!
Friends, Here’s a picture ESPN.com has on their front page: What’s up with that? If I were one of these four women, I would be suing ESPN–especially after the whole Lebron James Vogue Covergate: I’m just saying that there seems to be a conspiracy going on in the world and that maybe it is time… Continue reading What’s Up with this Picture?
Friends, Here are some stories and brief commentary that might hold your interest for a minute or two. First, at the height of today’s absurdity: Earth Hour At 8 p.m. local time today, some of the world’s most iconic landmarks will disappear from city skylines as millions of people all across the globe take part… Continue reading A Few Stories to Tide You Over for a While
Friends, I managed to find a computer in the seminary library that I could use so I have a brief update. I finished reading Vickers’ book Jesus’ Blood and Righteousness and I shall have something to say about it most likely next week. I’m studying Doctrine of Grace this semester. Today’s class went from 10-6 and… Continue reading Working Hard at Seminary