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When Your Enemy Eats Dirt

Last time I told you we would find out more about why God was so angry at Edom in Obadiah.  Today the Lord talks straight: 1,231 more words

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Aversion and the art of writing

Though experiment…what can be done tomorrow? Tomorrow becomes today when it comes. It’s the strangest thing. If their is no typing then this post doesn’t happen. 218 more words

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Putnam'S Handy Law Book For The Layman FB2

I. I was recently recommended Chronicles of Wasted Time, the autobiography of Malcolm Muggeridge. It was a good choice, and not just because its title appropriately Nous voudrions effectuer une description ici mais le site que vous consultez ne nous en laisse pas la possibilité. 463 more words

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Betrayal and Retribution

Today as we continue our crawl through the book of Obadiah, things start to heat up.  The Bible records,

“But how Esau will be ransacked,

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Edom and Philosophical Arrogance

Around the time of writing the notes to this article I had been frequently engaging in religious debates with a nonbeliever.  The most frustrating part of the discussions would always come down to his beliefs resting on himself; so things like relative morality and related concepts would end up coming out of his side of things.  1,275 more words

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Nothing is Free?

There is a saying that goes “Nothing is free,” or another version that states, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.”  The implication is that everything has a price, even if it is unseen or unrealized.  865 more words

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