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Thoughts on America

America was founded upon the principles of the Christian religion. Our founders were very careful not to establish a government controlled by any particular church, so you will read that some were careful to state that the new government was not a Christian government. Yet, they were surely influenced by … Continue reading

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Spurgeon on Bribing Kids to Sunday School

When John Pounds bribed an urchin with a hot potato to come and learn to read the Bible, I am sure John Pounds had no idea of all the Ragged schools in London, but there is a clear line of cause and effect in the whole matter. A hot potato … Continue reading

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Two Fathers?

Nurturing families come in many forms, and children may be raised by a father and mother, a single father, two fathers, a step father, a grandfather, or caring guardian.  We owe a special debt of gratitude for those parents serving in the United States Armed Forces and their families, whose … Continue reading

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We’re SUPPOSED to be Different

Our Lord attracted sinners because He was different.  They drew near to Him because they felt that there was something different about Him. . . . And the world always expects us to be different. This idea that you are going to win people to the Christian faith by showing … Continue reading

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Resolved to Die

If we are resolved to die sooner than forsake the Lord, we may depend upon it that we shall not die, but shall live to see the overthrow of them that hate us. — C. H. Spurgeon (Treasury of David, Psalm 119:87)

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Is there a Fallacy in this Satire?

If you can understand satire, please read the story that I’ve linked to.  Then tell me if you care to, if there’s some point missing in this satire. No Birth Record, Not Alive

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10 Things You Might not Know about Your Brain

I thought this was interesting.  Maybe you will too.  Of course, I like to think about things like this. 10 Things About Your Brain Check it out!

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Who said it?

I’m aware that I do not have many readers here, but I would like for any of you to tell or guess who said the following.  If you have no idea, maybe you could guess what the context of the quote might be?  What is the subject being discussed? You … Continue reading

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Casual Dress, Casual Life

By Mike Azinger If you look up the word “casual” in the Webster’s 1828 Dictionary, you will find the phrase, “see [also] Accident.” At the scene of accidents, you find “casualties.” “Casualty,” I was told some years ago, has the same root word as “casual.” Or, to put it more … Continue reading

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The American Scholar – The Disadvantages of an Elite Education – By William Deresiewicz

Here is a slightly long article that merits reading by anyone that is interested in education.  He addresses many topics. The American Scholar – The Disadvantages of an Elite Education – By William Deresiewicz

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