Looking at the god-man … again. I am forever caught in a flux of belief/disbelief over the historical veracity of the character Jesus the Nazarene. I’m sorry, I can’t help it. Already I can feel a disturbance in The Force as Tim O’Neill, who has visited my blog to offer his very erudite and … More Oh, for the gods’ sake! Will the real Jesus step forward please?
Seems an excellent topic and the perfect excuse to show off some examples of the mouth watering creations from Emily’s Cakes. http://emilyscakes.co.za/ Daily Post: Layered Ark.
We found this tasty treat on our last visit to Neville, our pet food supplier. I hung it alongside the Whisk Feeder and there is stayed unmolested for a couple of days. Maybe the birds were wary or simply had no appetite? Maybe fresh fruit was the tastier option? But as always when dealing with … More Watch the birdy: On the menu, Suet.
The way I see it, it’s not that faith and science cannot find a common ground, it’s that extreme ends of BOTH atheists and theists are the most vocal about it. Mel Wild. I would like anyone to offer a list of things they consider qualifies as Common Ground between Science and Faith. … More Science and Faith …. working together in harmony?
Does anyone else find this sentence somewhat racist? silenceofmind 12 hoursSilence of Mind Scottie, The foundations for modern science were laid down in the Christian Middle Ages in Europe, by white people, white, Christian people.
There is quite a lot written about this subject and there is at least one noted organisation: Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, which to me is almost like calling an organisation The Faraday Bonking Institute for Monogamy with Multiple Sexual Partners. Whichever way you look at it you are very likely going to get … More Science and Religion: Compatible? I think not.
A comment by Peter over at Victoria’s spot on her current Hurricane Post prompted me to give this short piece a bit of an airing. It seems quite pertinent, all things considered. Oh, and a nod to Mel and a certain Mister Collins as well on this one. I’m sure he’ll figure out the point. … More In the Pub. ”Call the fire-brigade!”
Every Rain Spider that we come across in the house is nicknamed Bert. I forget how we arrived at the name but it stuck. Because of the shortage of rain these magnificent spiders have been scarcer that hen’s teeth and I have not seen one for nigh on twelve months. And then this one turned … More Incy Wincy: Bert’s Back!
Black Collared Barbet turns up for an early breakfast.
Glossy Starling – A chance encounter.
Betcha don’t know the origin of that little phrase? Well, around the 4th Century when the Catholic Church was hard at work inventing a religion there was a heresy called Arianism. It was started by a church presbyter called Arius who claimed and taught that the Lake Tiberias Pedestrian, Jesus the Nazarene was not of … More “I don’t care one Iota …”
Honey Bee over Arum. Amegilla Bee hovers underneath a Fuchsia. Pop over to Helen’s blog over at Photophile and Jude’s spot for some more Monday macro shots
Male Carpenter Bee Ark
Common Dotted Border. Henning’s Black Eye African Grass Blue Common Diadem Encedon Acraea Spotted Joker Meadow White Ark.