Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Best Defense

Attack the attacker.  It is a very ancient military tactic.  General George Patton believed in a continuous offense to keep the enemy guessing and off his game.  It worked for him, mostly, and works generally.  When one is so preoccupied … Continue reading

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Playing God

It was bound to happen.  Once the notion became prevalent among the established “intelligent” elite (and their willing atheistic minions) that human babies are not actually human beings, the path to using human embryos for scientific research lay wide open.  … Continue reading

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But Then…

No one can improve upon Scripture.  Neither should anyone add to it.  The following is an attempt at neither.  It merely represents my meditations on passages in Isaiah 53 that I wish to share.  That it builds you up in … Continue reading

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The Colors of Covetousness

“Thou shalt not covet,” is the last of the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:17).  ‘Covet’ and ‘covetousness’ are words not used often today except from pulpits, and maybe not even then very much.  Being so far down the list, and, in … Continue reading

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Independence

The framers of the Declaration of Independence knew that simply making a declaration, and signing it, hardly made it so. It had to be backed up by force from strong-willed men and women who were willing to die for it. … Continue reading

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