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Are We Going to Hell in a Hand-basket? 3 of 5

When did mankind begin? What were their conditions of living? What were their understandings of living? As a Jew or as a Christian we hold that God created man, but the creation story in Genesis is too incomplete to be a reliable biogenesis, and as…

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Are We Going to Hell in a Hand-basket? 2 of 5

I went into the discussion on private property because as I said, there was a counter-revolution of sorts against industrialization made by Karl Marx, and many others. It comes out of the three-pronged idealism of Marxism—Communism, Socialism, and Progressivism—that began to sweep the Western world….

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Are We Going to Hell in a Hand-basket? 1 of 5

Are we as a people, as a nation going to hell in a handbasket? I really don’t want to come across as an alarmist, as a pessimist, as a catastrophist, but I don’t know how to avoid these charges. I think of myself as a…

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The Need For Awe And Wonder (3 of 3)

Astrologers have roamed the world and been part of most every main culture. Astrology is the study of or the account of stars and predates science, especially the technical observation of the stars in astronomy using technical tools like telescopes to peer closer into what’s…

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The Need For Awe And Wonder (2 of 3)

So I move on with my view. Growing up in the Central Valley, minutes away from the beginning of the Sierra Nevada’s, 90 minutes away from Yosemite, approximately the same for King’s Canyon, I spent a lot of time in the mountains. I cannot begin…

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The Need For Awe And Wonder (1 of 3)

For three years now, and it appears it will be another year at least, I’ve sat in my favorite rocker-recliner poised in front of the television and large front window. Beginning just outside that window I can see part of my concrete patio, some grass…

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The Weltgeist. No, it’s not an answer for a sneeze.

Ever since I began reading history not for a grade but because it interested me, especially Colonial American history, you know, those 13 Colonies along the east coast, I learned so much about who those European colonists were. It caused a curiosity about who they…

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Common Thoughts (A Genesis Review 8)

From slavery to jail to second most important man in Egypt, Joseph will play a pivotal role in the promise God made to Abraham. Did God cause the famine or just knows it’s coming? Whichever, the famine won’t be limited to Egypt but reach up…

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Common Thoughts (A Genesis Review 7)

The flow of history is utterly fascinating. When I wrote Miracle Across the Water I was fascinated by the specific line of history that led to the United States. You know those mazes in newspapers or children’s menu/color sheets at a restaurant with a maze where you…

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Common Thoughts (A Genesis Review 6)

The custom in ancient times (and in some places still now) was for parents to arrange marriages for their children. Here, in chapter 24 we find Abraham doing this for Isaac. Abraham was afraid Isaac would chose a Canaanite woman so he sends servants north…

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