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No Room at the Ark

July 13, 2016


This month, the second coming of Noah’s Ark officially opened to the public.  It is conveniently located in Williamstown, Kentucky, 45 minutes south of the Creation Museum. The Ark is the first phase of a vast tourist attraction, “Ark Encounter.” The centerpiece of the park is a 510-foot replica of Noah’s Ark, a literal interpretation of […]

Dumb, Dumber, Dumbest

February 29, 2016


  Life in the Boomer Lane watched a comedy clip recently, in which a reporter (fake) attended a Trump rally (real). First, he spoke to some of the people in the parking lot, waiting to go into the rally. He asked one young man how Trump was going to defeat ISIS. The answer was “Bomb […]

Who Was Jesus?

December 19, 2012


Provocative title, no?  This post-menopausal Jewish woman has been around a long time, but unfortunately, not quite long enough to give you a first-hand account of the true story about Judaism’s most famous son.  (Jewish moms today dream of their sons becoming doctors, but Mary put to shame the ubiquitous “My son is a doctor” […]

The Day I Shook Hands With the Dalai Lama

September 29, 2011


Monday, June 14 1999. Jerusalem.  The Dome of the Rock, sacred to three of the world’s major religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. First consecrated by the Israelites, the site was where Solomon erected his temple. It was revered by Christians as both an Old Testament site and because of its place in the life and […]