Archive for September, 2007

Who was Cain’s wife?

This is a question that has oddly perplexed Christians over the ages even though the answer is as plain as day in the book of Genesis. I saw the question just the other day posted at BlogCatalog. It seems to come up all the time, so I guess it won’t hurt to answer it one […]

My apologies for the problem with comments

I upgraded to the latest version of WordPress the other day, and apparently the anti-spam plugin I had installed was not compatible. It was preventing people from posting comments, but I didn’t notice it (my blog’s not that popular, so a few days without comments is not abnormal… ). Many thanks to micpro at In […]

500 scientists refute global warming dangers

The global warming alarmists claim that no real scientists doubt global warming. They’re disingenuous when they say this, because what people do doubt is the idea that global warming is man-made and the idea that it is irrefutably a bad thing. In fact, more than 500 scientists have published evidence refuting the current man-made global […]

Humorous discussion

I engaged in a humorous discussion the other day with a person who believes that this world is an hallucination. I would provide the link, but I don’t want to “artificially enhance” the discussion. Anyway, I thought I’d share the conversation with you. Confused bloke: There is not one thing in this world that is […]

U.S. border closed to unsafe Mexican trucks

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Well, Congress has actually done something useful for once. They blocked the deal I mentioned the other day. The U.S. Senate has dealt a likely death blow to the Bush administration plans to give Mexican long-haul trucking rigs free access to United States roads and highways. A bipartisan majority voted 74-24 tonight to pass an […]

Top 5 9/11 Truther Myths You Should Be Prepared to Debunk

Mary Katharine Ham has a great piece on 9/11 truthers on Townhall today. Six years later, and the conspiracy theories are still floating around. I figured the kooks would have gone away by now. Myth No. 1: Four novice pilots with no experience could never have successfully guided those planes into three out of four […]

A bad argument against evolution

Lately I have seen a certain argument against evolution popping up left and right. It seems that many people think that it is reasonable to assume that if humans evolved from apes there should be no more apes. First off, to be technical, evolutionists do not believe we came from apes. They think we share […]

Site was down for a while

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My site was down for a while yesterday. My apologies if you experienced difficulties connecting. There was apparently some kind of DDOS attack at the datacenter. All appears to be well now.

U.S. border to be opened to 100 Mexican-domiciled trucking companies

WorldNetDaily has a very alarming story today about plans to open the border to Mexican trucking companies that do not meet American safety standards: “The Bush administration has indicated to me that tomorrow (Friday) they will open the U.S. border to 100 Mexican-domiciled trucking companies,” DeFazio said. “This is a sad day for America.” “This […]

Misguided teachings in the church

A couple of blogs got me thinking about biblical-sounding teachings that are nowhere to be found in the Bible. The first is the “sinner’s prayer.” Bob Hayton does a good job of describing the dangers of this seemingly innocent addition to the words of the Bible and notes that no one recorded in the Bible […]