Monthly Archives: May 2016

Lies and Confusion v. Truth

Mutable truth, falsehood, moral relativism – we have it all on display these days.  The ultimate aim seems to be to blur the most fundamental distinction of all, that between good and evil.  I am reminded that Isaiah warned us … Continue reading

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Physics Primer

I love it when someone comes along to help me make sense out of things which I had never rightly considered, or for that matter even considered at all.  Stacy Trasancos is such a person.  She has the marvelous ability … Continue reading

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Politics, Prayer, and Jesus

The following is a brief article which is certainly timely on the eve of the National Day of Prayer.  If you’re like me you have not been able to escape the anxiety and uneasiness of this election season. David Butts … Continue reading

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Color Me Guilty

Here is yet another post taken from Pastor Bob Russell’s blog. He is really onto something here and I know I need to set my interests and priorities in order. Perhaps you do too. The post appeared at: http://www.bobrussell.org as: … Continue reading

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