Monthly Archives: April 2018

10 Important Questions Jesus Asked

There are many questions asked in the Bible but exactly how many is hard to tell. Due to the fact that both the Hebrew in the Old Testament and Koine Greek in the New Testament do not use punctuation, we … Continue reading

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The Credibility Factor

Political Commentator George F. Will wrote that the three least credible sentences in the English language are, 1. “The check is in the mail.” 2. “Of course I’ll respect you in the morning.” 3. “I’m from the government, and I’m … Continue reading

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Doomed to Repeat It?

Historians, philosophers, archeologists, and others who’ve studied the past are fully aware that history often repeats itself. That is why they are among the first ones to alert others not to repeat mistakes made by previous generations. Consider those who … Continue reading

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Here’s Mud and Spit in Your Eyes!

I was listening to an Old Farmer’s Almanac Radio Report that said something intriguing about spit. Usually, the term “licking one’s wounds” is a metaphor for recuperating from disaster. But researchers studying why animals literally lick their wounds made an … Continue reading

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