A Big Thank You

to all those who have read the posts placed on this website The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 9,800 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it. … Continue reading A Big Thank You


Superlative Sunday 2

To continue harvesting from Rachel held Evans website, I go to the following link: #1. A Good Woman-- http://rachelheldevans.com/blog/3-things-you-might-not-know-about-proverbs-31 That’s because, too often, we focus on the Proverbs 31 Woman’s  roles as a way of reducing womanhood to marriage, motherhood, and domesticity, when really, this passage is about character that transcends both gender and circumstance.  … Continue reading Superlative Sunday 2

Superlative Sunday

Rachel Held Evans has posted another edition of her weekly series and in turn it provides me with volumes of material to discuss. Today there will be only two of her year's best that will be addressed here. #1. Gender Equality-- Again?-- http://juniaproject.com/about-2/ We are a volunteer community of women and men advocating for the inclusion … Continue reading Superlative Sunday

Representing God

It stands to reason that anyone who claims to be a follower of God would actually represent Him and his words correctly. After all that is what the word represent actually means to act or speak officially for (someone or something) to bring clearly before the mind (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/represent) Which then makes one wonder why someone … Continue reading Representing God

Bad Archaeology

The following is taken from the article Noah's Ark found at the following link: http://www.badarchaeology.com/?page_id=697 One of the Biblical stories that forms a central part of creationist beliefs is the supposed universal flood of Genesis. According to the account, the flood took place when Noah was 600 years old; the data provided by the genealogies … Continue reading Bad Archaeology

Bad Archaeology/Good Archaeology

First up Bad archaeology, which is the name of a real website constructed and operated by secularists who think that they get to determine what is good or bad archaeology #1. Bad Archaeology  https://badarchaeology.wordpress.com/about/ Bad Archaeology is the brainchild of a couple of archaeologists who are fed up with the distorted view of the past … Continue reading Bad Archaeology/Good Archaeology

Their Own Opinion

When you get a headline or article title like the following, you know what is coming 10 Things You Can't Do and Still Call Yourself "Pro-Life" They are going to impose their own beliefs, personal preferences and ideologies upon others while ignoring what God has to say on the issue. Only two of those ten … Continue reading Their Own Opinion

Things To Mull Over

#1. http://zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com/2014/12/24/christian-news-net-tossing-red-meat-to-the-uninformed-to-reinforce-their-ignorance/ Well it does not such thing.  But when you want to read into an inscription, it’s easy to do. It’s a shame they didn’t actually contact an archaeologist or biblical scholar for their report.  Simply citing Wright (out of context one might add and without availing themselves of his full treatment) to make … Continue reading Things To Mull Over

Its Christmas Eve Here…

and I am sitting in the local coffee shop working on this. I do not mind, it gives me something to do.  I came across the following article over at the Huffington Post, which was put on Revangelical last June. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/brandan-robertson/4-teachings-of-jesus-that_b_6343320.html?utm_hp_ref=religion #1. However, so often, followers of Jesus chose to blatantly ignore some of the … Continue reading Its Christmas Eve Here…