Monthly Archives: April 2015

Doesn’t Even Nature Itself Teach You?

Bibliology Anthropology “Doesn’t even Nature itself teach you, that … it is a shame?” (1 Corinthians 11:14). Everything in nature, from the birds and the bees to the flowers and the trees, even pine cones and thistles, have gender. What … Continue reading

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Living Off the Land

Education, Environment, Evolution, and Error “We used to be some of the fittest and strongest people, until we were stripped of our heritage, which is living off the land.” ~Shelbert Chasing Crow, Cheyenne The lives of my grandparents began in … Continue reading

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Earth Day: A New Religion

Originally posted on Consider the Lilies:
Peace activist John McConnell proposed the first Earth Day on March 21, 1970 (spring equinox), during a UNESCO conference. U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson founded a separate Earth Day that same year, on April 22 –…

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Goliath: The Gay Mafia

Three thousand years ago, during the reign of King Saul, the heathen Philistines waged war against a holy Israel (1 Samuel 17:1-2). Their champion Goliath, from Gath, was ten feet tall (17:4). He wore a bronze helmet, bronze mail, and … Continue reading

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