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res-to-ra-tion

res-to-ra-tion (res’te r ashen) 1. Action of returning something to a former owner, place, or condition 2) to return to a former or normal state. 469 more words

The great game: Human beings, God and Dualism

Aishwariya Ramachandran

What are some of the common factors between religious beliefs, modern literature and thought, mythology and existence itself? Let’s talk fundamentals.

Perhaps the most obvious motif common to most religious and philosophical traditions is the black/white, on/off binary flop. 121 more words

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It Might Be Too Late To Be Saved By Jesus CHRIST If... The Maury Povich Show Got Your Kids Mad At You

The cards are telling me the biggest problem in the world today for Jesus Christ involves children who do not get saved before they enter into adulthood. 632 more words

Bible Reviewer: 5-Minute Nighttime Bible Stories

The child-friendly stories and cheerful artwork in this sturdy Bible storybook will appeal to children for many years.

Source: Bible Reviewer: 5-Minute Nighttime Bible Stories

Christianity

Let there be light

“In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth, the earth was a formless void and darkness covered the face of the deep, while a wind from God swept over the face of the waters. 826 more words

Servitor

Shakedown and First Sail

It was long in coming this season, the first raising of the ‘canvas’ over Lifeline’s deck, so very much of her master’s work necessarily being diverted to his Master’s work.  727 more words

Sailing

The Entitled Bus Driver

So often these weekly rants of mine seem a bit negative.  They tend to be critical of our culture, of wacky things happening in the church, and stupid things that people say and/or do.  968 more words

Trogo: Something To Chew On