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It was a strange battle
where death and life struggled.
Life won the victory,
it has swallowed up death
Scripture has proclaimed
how one death ate the other,

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Definition of the Day 3-1-15 -- Arrogance

ARROGANCE, n. A thoroughly unpleasant character trait that stands in stark contrast to the self-deprecation of those who meekly choose to label themselves “God’s chosen people” (or more simply “God’s people,” “the chosen,” “the elect,” “the redeemed,” “the saved,” or other suitably humble terms). 15 more words

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Cultural Tipping Point Reached - Hollywood has started mocking global warming

Guest essay by David Archibald –

They used to be against us, but now Hollywood is on the side of the angels in mocking global warming… 392 more words

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Phineas Fahrquar reblogged this on Public Secrets and commented:

You know an issue is past its sell-by date when even our "cultural elites" start mocking it.

Definition of the Day 2-28-15 -- Solipsism

SOLIPSISM, n. An easily testable philosophy involving walking, a speeding truck, and a solipsist.

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(from the upcoming revised and expanded American Heretic’s Dictionary, scheduled for 2016)

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(Repost -- Earl Lee) The Promise Driven Life: How Christianity Has Failed

My good friend Earl Lee died on February 19. He was smart, funny, kind, and generous.  The world is a much poorer place for his loss.  853 more words

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(Repost -- Earl Lee): Dogspell

My good friend Earl Lee died on February 19. He was smart, funny, kind, and generous.  The world is a much poorer place for his loss.  613 more words

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No laughing matter

The support shown for the people killed in the attack on Charlie Hebdo’s office appeared wide spread throughout the news. Candle light vigils, crowds proclaiming “Je suis Charlie.” It would almost seem like a great show of solidarity. 465 more words

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