If You Thought The Ancients Were Dumb…

...think again https://us.yahoo.com/news/knowing-angles-ancient-babylonians-used-tricky-geometry-225029191.html By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ancient Babylonian astronomers were way ahead of their time, using sophisticated geometric techniques that until now had been considered an achievement of medieval European scholars. That is the finding of a study published on Thursday that analyzed four clay tablets dating from 350 to 50 BC … Continue reading If You Thought The Ancients Were Dumb…

A Few Thoughts

#1. Justice Takes The Hard Road-- https://zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com/2016/01/25/but-by-all-means-just-keep-talking-about-your-rights/ Why isn’t mom being charged with negligent homicide?  Because the second amendment (wrongly interpreted) trumps every other law in the land.  Without exception. She isn't charged because she did not commit a crime. Now some people will say she left a gun in her purse but those who … Continue reading A Few Thoughts

Case In Point

The following link has an article similarities among the rocks found on earth and other planets in this solar system http://www.popularmechanics.com/space/a19143/earth-moon-theia-collision/ They then claim: Everything we see today, from Mercury on out to the inner Oort Cloud, was a product of a series of collisions that accumulated into moons, asteroids, and planets. And perhaps one … Continue reading Case In Point


In our ongoing series on dissecting the misunderstanding of biblical items, the issue of faith is an important one. I have not counted how many alternative believers have said the following, or something similar, to me over the years Faith does not require that we stop thinking This statement demonstrates the problem of the misunderstanding … Continue reading Faith