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Babel – A Place Of Confusion

Devotion for Tuesday December 12, 2017

Topic: Babel – A Place Of Confusion

Text: Genesis 11:1 – 9

Babel simply means confusion; the name of a lofty tower, begun to be built by the descendants of Noah among who was Nimrod their leader, about 120 years after the flood. 254 more words

Christianity

Shackleton Dusk Run 2017 - 2nd December

Despite a positive forecast on the evening before heading up to Coventry, on arrival I was greeted by grey skies, low visibility and drizzle. On a positive note this weather was quite befitting the spectacle I had made the journey to see. 630 more words

Event Reviews

(Super talkative, unrestrained-in-the-morning  thoughts.  Just skip down to the two quote boxes to get the gist.)

It’s a matter of politics to try to keep a civil society stable, beneficial, correcting wrongs, making improvements; protecting against those movements which ultimately tear at families and break down a civil society. 782 more words

Current Events

Image of the Beast?

The identity of the “image of the beast” spoken of in Revelation 13:15 is not explicitly given (though my wife and I believe that it has at least partly to do with re-capping the great pyramid with a sort of Artificial Intelligence “all-seeing eye”) We are given various descriptions of the lawless one–the anti-messiah–and those who seek will piece them together. 288 more words

Hawker Biplane Family Part 2 - Airworthy Survivors

Following on from my recent post featuring the ongoing development of the forerunner to the Hawker Hurricane. I wanted to feature the airworthy surviving Hawker biplanes that we are lucky enough to have as part of the airshow circuit here in the UK. 1,046 more words

Warbird Stories

Avalon Pilot part III-7: Kairos

“Children?  Child?”  Doctor Procter tried to get the children’s attention.

“Kairos?”  Mingus tried, and the children at least stopped crying.

“Glen?” Boston spoke, and the children looked up.  981 more words

Fantasy

Avalon Pilot part III-6: Babel

The travelers and twelve men with great spears, like their leader, gathered on the mound.  The men all looked big and strong, and as Boston noticed, they all looked mean and cruel besides.  1,149 more words

Fantasy