Archive for October, 2007

Legislating politeness

In the UK, it’s okay to express your views, as long as you do it politely. If you are considered rude, then it’s off to jail for a sentence longer than that handed down to convicted rapists. We live in scary times. New legislation makes it a crime to criticize the homosexual lifestyle. Homosexual activists […]

When did God create the angels?

I’ve already forgotten what got me thinking about this, but for some reason I began wondering where angels fit into the creation. At first consideration, I thought they would have been created in Genesis 1. However, 1) they definitely would have been mentioned there if that was when they were created, and 2) since they […]

Scientists: Appendix Protects Good Germs

Some surgeons and immunologists at Duke University Medical School say that the appendix actually does have a function: It produced and protects good germs for your digestive system. Creationists have argued for quite some time that the appendix does, in fact, have a purpose. Now that evolutionary scientists are saying the same thing and it’s […]

Jon Stewart vs. Chris Matthews

Filed under Politics

This video is so funny. I couldn’t stop laughing. Chris says to Jon, “You’re a hard sell!” No, Chris, you’re just an idiot. Hat tip to Kansas Bob again.  

Who’s your candidate?

Filed under Politics

According to this questionnaire, Duncan Hunter and Fred Thompson are closest to my views. Hat tip to Scott and Kansas Bob for the find.

Requirements for salvation

1) Confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord 2) Believe in your heart that God raised Jesus from the dead 3) Pray the “Sinner’s Prayer” 4) Be baptized 5) Become a member of a church 6) Have an unflawed understanding of every doctrine in the Bible 7) Have no unconfessed sins at the moment […]

Thoughts on hell

A post by Robert over at Mulled Vine got me thinking about the subject of hell. I believe that the Bible should be interpreted literally whenever possible, but this is one of those places where I do not think a literal interpretation makes sense. Many people do teach that hell is a place of literal […]