Monthly Archives: August 2008

In the Tank…and Waiting

And for the much awaited prize – let the 2008 Gaffe-Fest begin:  “President Joe Biden” and “Barak America,” respectively: Sometimes reality is stranger than fiction. del.icio.us tags: Barak America, President Joe Biden, liberal mainstream media

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A “Wordle” for All Nations Under God

A Wordle is a graphical "word cloud" which gives greater prominence to words that appear most frequently.  In a sense, it is an artistic way of seeing what is emphasized in any piece of literature.  Hence, I decided to throw … Continue reading

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Sin Not Leading to Death

1 John has been a rich preaching and devotional experience for me.  Despite its small size, it is a massive treasure chest full of God’s riches regarding the truths of salvation, preservation, and sanctification.  Now that I am coming to … Continue reading

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Our Devotion to History

America’s devotion to the subject of history consists, not of knowing history, but of repeating it.  I am convinced our nation’s foreign policies are dangerous for the express reason that they are often fraught with the worst kind of historical ignorance.  … Continue reading

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The Commercialization of Science

One of the most important but little known chapters in Michael Behe’s book Darwin’s Black Box is the eighth chapter, entitled Publish or Perish.  I say most important because Behe says things there that are not said enough: that modern/secular science is … Continue reading

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Unlocking the Mystery of Life

I recently had the opportunity to take a look at the video entitled Unlocking the Mystery of Life by Illustra Media.  I won’t go into much detail here, but I would rather refer you to a review that I wrote for Michael Behe’s book Darwin’s … Continue reading

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