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Monthly Archives: November 2005
If you are not a Catholic or never have been one forgive me. The Catholic church has has a concept of what they call Limbo, where an unbaptized baby would go to Limbo for ever but at least not to … Continue reading
A fifth grade teacher in a Christian school asked her class to look at TV commercials and see if they could use them in some way to communicate ideas about God. Here are some of the results:
I have to comment Joe Lieberman for his courage to stand against most of the liberal establishment in his ongoing support for our efforst in Iraq. He shows this courage in his recent Opinion Journal piece Our Troops Must Stay, … Continue reading
Christmas rush Originally uploaded by !!WaynePhotoGuy. Well, the rush is on for Christmas. My hope for all of us is that we may be able to slow down and appreciate the real reason for the season. The coming of Jesus, … Continue reading
This is just a little update on the Havard Divinity School Story for earlier today. The is the Blog of Christin Yantis Hargrove, one of the guts originators of the conservative movement at the School. Go check it out.
The Politicalteen has a story about how par of the facade on the Supreme Court building fell off. I thought that this is very symbolic to the actual falling apart of the Judiciary System with so much Judicial activism.
ZENIT.org a Catholic news service out of Rome has published an interesting report on Wicca, the pagan religion of Whichcraft. This report is an indepth analysis of some of their beliefs and what is happing in the growing world of … Continue reading
I would like to introduce you to a relatively new blog and blogger, but certainly not a new writer. The Blog of Dr. Claude Mariottin the professor of Old Testament at Norther Baptist Seminary in Lombard Illinois. Dr Mariottin has … Continue reading
There is one Christmas Carol that has always baffled me. What in the world do leaping lords, French hens, swimming swans, and especially the partridge who won’t come out of the pear tree have to do with Christmas? Well just … Continue reading