O great tragedy that is TIME. Methodical and unthinking in its passage, without care nor regard of the moments it swallows in its incessant wake! Mighty did the LORD fashion Time, that it should yet point to His ceaselessness in its own guileless manner.
Now, upon the close of February, let me count the days and pages I have, myself, swallowed with enthusiasm likened unto that of a succulent feast – though many of the words and ideas would often catch in my throat.
Thus follows the chronicle of this month`s well-read texts:
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“I am more fearful of the prayers of John Knox, than of all the assembled armies of Europe.” – Mary, Queen of Scots On this day, in the year of our LORD 1514, was born John Knox. Theologian. Genius. Reformer. Revolutionary. A meek and humble servant of Jesus Christ, and a man whose impact and … Continue reading John Knox (1514 – 1572)
“Richard Dawkins is not pleased with God…” begins Philosopher and Theologian Alvin Plantinga`s recent review of The God Delusion; the latest rabid screed by well-know Atheism “evangelist” Richard Dawkins. In his usual laconic and spry fashion (which I find to be quite charming), Professor Plantinga discusses just a few of Dawkins` many philosophical errors – … Continue reading Of Delusions & Dawkins
Fifty million Elvis fans can`t be wrong and billions (and billions) of dollars spent on an increasingly incompetent system must eventually work out… eventually. Pardon me for expressing the slightest twinges of “heretical” doubts at this but, even grade inflation and self-contradictory test results aside, the “Emperor” that is American Education has been skinny dipping … Continue reading Slouching Towards Armageddon
I have only a couple minutes to write (because of just how much I have to do today), but I thought I would mention this video in passing. It is, I believe, a parody of another recent viral advertising campaign used by an athletic shoe company, which first aired during the annual commercial cavalcade of … Continue reading "Are You Ready For Gameday?"
Chapter V Epilogue Though the measures brought against him were both severe and unjust, the Farmer Boy knew that he could easily bear them. In talking with others, and hearing the way his words came back to him in new and strange forms, he began to see that he had no secure counsel amongst his … Continue reading Growing Up In Public (part V)
Worship Service starts at 2:30pm. Sermon by Pastor Michael Johnson “Fret not yourself because of evildoers; be not envious of wrongdoers! For they will soon fade like the grass and wither like the green herb. Trust in the LORD, and do good; dwell in the land and befriend faithfulness. Delight yourself in the LORD, and … Continue reading The LORD`s Day