Cellphone shot courtesy of Ems of unknown beetle that landed on moi. Ark
PRO-LIFE HUMANISTS Pro-life Humanists affirms the biological evidence that the development of a human body is a continuum, and with exception of asexual reproduction (twining/cloning) begins at sperm-ovum fusion, when two human beings’ sexual cells form a distinctly new whole: an entity that will continue its development and growth until adult maturity, baring interruption from illness … More Something to think about …
As many/most of my visitors are non-believers I am going to take it as a given that you don’t believe the character Jesus of Nazareth, as described in the gospels, ever existed, and that you consider this character to be a work of narrative fiction. What I am interested in is whether you believe there … More Jesus of Nazareth?
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They meant well, but sometimes meaning well does not mean well-being. I was presented this week with two contradictory images. One was of a sculpture representing the work done by Catholic nuns in Alberta. It is called Service Through Christ and is by the artist Herman Poulin. The press…
Spot the kitty Green Things growing nicely. Waiting for their return home Soon be chips. What’s the weather like? Hail, Caesar! Aerial View Little 2 Fire in the Sky Ark.
Denmark to cull up to 17 million mink amid coronavirus fears Denmark will cull all its mink – as many as 17 million – after a mutated form of coronavirus that can spread to humans was found on mink farms. Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said the mutated virus posed a “risk to the effectiveness” of … More When will we learn?
In Part 2 I looked at David Robertson’s assertion that Jesus would have believed biblical characters and events such As Adam and Eve and Noah and the Flood because , according to Robertson, they are/were real people events. Robertson, as we know, is an evangelical and as Nan pointed out – ”As for the “real … More Was Jesus a Christian- Part 3
The Torah was written with the coming (of) Christ in mind. Jesus did accept Adam and Eve, Noah, Babel, Moses and Exodus – *which were all real events. David Robertson As a follow up to the previous post I thought I would revisit David Robertson’s blog and include his quote from the same post. Irrespective … More Was Jesus a Christian? Part 2.
Okay, I know …. silly question. But the passage below which I have lifted from David Roberston’s blog opens up some interesting questions. Of course it is not just about church history but rather what the Scripture says about itself – and what Jesus, Peter, Paul and Mary believed. Does anyone seriously think that they … More Was Jesus a Christian?
I know, a hardcore atheist putting up a post by a Christian. Whatever next? Well, I posted the first video and here’s Part 2. This is worth listening to and irrespective of the Christian tone in some parts truth is not something one should run away from, no matter who points it out! This bloke … More Worth a watch – Race Part 2
Newly emerged Citrus Swallowtail I found yesterday looking somewhat disorientated crawling around my lemon tree seedlings. I gave a little helping hand and it flew across the vegetable garden and found this nice shady patch of potatoes to dry its wings. This morning it was still hanging around – looking for a date/mate as it … More It Fluttered By.
Much of this I was completely unaware of and I wonder how many current Americans are up to speed on their history on this score? Opened my eyes more than a bit, I can tell you! Ark.