Category Archives: general

WILDERNESS WANDERINGS Blinders part 5


Ever started a trip and realized only much later you had journeyed into never-never land? At first your itinerary goes exactly as planned and you enjoy the journey. Everything is under control. You don’t notice that at some point you … Continue reading

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THE APOSTASY OF EUROPE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES


In earlier posts I have mentioned the problem of Muslim immigration in Europe’s nations, as well as the retreat into spiritual and cultural relativism.  Here is a more penetrating description of those and other aspects of these problem and how … Continue reading

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HOW OLD IS THE EARTH?


If  you have ever wondered about how old the earth is, and just what six day creationists believe, here is a report about many, but not all, of the common theories. You can access the GeoChrisian from my blogroll. He also … Continue reading

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HERE’S TO US!


Here’s to US!!!! No matter what our kids and the new generation think about us, WE ARE AWESOME !!!! OUR LIFE IS LIVING PROOF !!!! To Those of Us  Born 1920 – 1979 At the end of this email is … Continue reading

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WHAT SHALL WE NAME OUR BABY?


Fr. Ernesto recent ran a series which included this piece on how we name our babies.  I thought it was interesting, especially since I come from traditions which go more for using family and ancestor names. Enjoy what he has … Continue reading

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SPIN, STRANGENESS, AND CHARM –


I happened on this blog after he visited mine, and it got my attention.  It spurred my thoughts to examine the three words of the blog title, spin, strangeness, and charm.  Particle physics has been a minor interest for me … Continue reading

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A CATHOLIC VIEW –


Mark Shea gives an understanding which is not tied to one’s politics. Rather, he ties his insights to his faith, here a Catholic View.  It could as easily be your particular faith.  You may not like all his conclusions. but … Continue reading

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DESTROYING THEMSELVES?


“One of my major premises in the writing I’m doing these days is that evangelicals have become a movement actually destroying itself.” This article by imonk is the flip side of my last post about the Baptist pastor’s experience. Both … Continue reading

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CULTURAL BLINDERS PRIMER


START OF A JOURNEY  –  ONE WAY TO GROW BLINDERS   –   A PRIMER You too will grow blinders when you grow up in a primarily upper and middle class suburb of an almost 200,000 population city in the … Continue reading

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AN AMERICAN SAINT


  What is your church’s practice when it comes to implementing God’s Word and direction? Your denomination?   American Christians are very familiar and comfortable with committees. Committees often have a revered status in the American church pantheon. On the other … Continue reading

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