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Jesus and James, Bros for Life

December 5, 2017

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In an astonishing find to usher in the Christmas holiday season, scholars have found a copy of the original Greek manuscript describing what Jesus secretly taught his brother James. According to Science Daily, Biblical scholars at the University of Texas at Austin discovered the manuscript in the Nag Hammadi Library at Oxford University, where it […]

No Room at the Ark

July 13, 2016

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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 […]

The Day I Shook Hands With the Dalai Lama

September 29, 2011

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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 […]

Why I’ll be at The Rally to Restore Sanity

October 27, 2010

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I’m not a lifelong Liberal.  I’ve always been fortunate/cursed to see both sides to any issue.  Because of that, I often feel paralyzed about making a voting decision.  And, unlike many people, I can’t get past my dislike of a politician and simply vote the party line. But I’ve been around long enough now to […]

Why I'll be at The Rally to Restore Sanity

October 27, 2010

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I’m not a lifelong Liberal.  I’ve always been fortunate/cursed to see both sides to any issue.  Because of that, I often feel paralyzed about making a voting decision.  And, unlike many people, I can’t get past my dislike of a politician and simply vote the party line. But I’ve been around long enough now to […]