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Noah and the Other Side of the Ark

Noah and the Other Side of the Ark

Of the many influences that have shaped the United States of America into a distinctive Nation and people, none may be said to be more fundamental and enduring than the Bible. —Ronald Reagan Missing Pieces The men who wrote Scripture ...

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The Day the World Died

The Day the World Died

Save on Adorable Noah’s Ark Baby Bedding, Toys, Accessories & More! -Web Ad Lyell is most firmly convinced that he has shaken the faith in the Deluge far more efficiently by never having said a word against the Bible, than ...

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The Evolution of Christianity

Our world today seems in turmoil, the discordant doctrines of, what the media keep referring to as, the three main religions in the world, are manifesting themselves in terrorism and the grabbing, through the earth’s resources, of political power; coupled with such basic sins as ...

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Individualism

The PC basis for today’s worldview is – the individual knows what’s best for himself. “Individualism” found deep roots and good soil in America. The pioneers and cowboys, farmers and ranchers all made it “on their own”. We’re made of ...

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Progress and the Future of Liberty

Progress and the Future of Liberty

The dawn of history reveals a humanity already civilized.  —G. K. Chesterton Ooparts Ooparts are out-of-place-artifacts.  It’s an unusual term coined by cryptozoologist, Ivan T. Sanderson. They are pieces of civilization, often of a very advanced civilization, that show up ...

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Lessons from the Great Depression

Lessons from the Great Depression

I am a child of a child of the Great Depression and what I know of it rests in bits and pieces of largely unheeded conversations between my mother and grandmother. With the economic future that very possibly looms ahead, ...

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The Stewardship of Time

The Stewardship of Time

So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. (Ps. 90:12). Foucault’s Pendulum (1989) is Umberto Ecco’s brilliant satire on conspiracy thinking, especially in its New Age forms.  Its protagonist and his friends, book ...

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