Category Archives: God and science

Science is a friend of God to a person who is honest

The foundations of nature are secure

After all, ‘Doth not nature itself teach you? Oh yeah, but keep in mind, ‘The wisdom of this world is foolishness unto God.’ Chew on this dear friends. Is this limited to spiritual affairs only, or is this suggestive to … Continue reading

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Nature’s herald no. 2

You want to talk about unicorns or large lizards? Not today, anyway, what is exactly large? Compared to what? How about Goliath of Gath, the 9′ prize fighter that was proven to be just another clumsy oaf? Nope not today, … Continue reading

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I am Jack the barbarian…….grrrr

Was reminded recently that stone age intellect was not limited to our ancestors, those illustrious goons who unlike us moderns, did not waste their time twiddling their thumbs on a device, but were busy making brass, copper, laying magnificent stonework, … Continue reading

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Risky business these assumptions

(I promised this to a few people. Ask yourself though if this is important, and if you and I are on the correct side of ‘science,’ keeping in mind God says there is ‘science falsely so-called.’  But do take note … Continue reading

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Gotta love antiques

Don’t let the name of the vid scare you. And don’t be tempted to write it off and immediately dismiss it; you will be the better person for your tolerance and patience. I love old stuff. Unfortunately, in many areas, … Continue reading

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Thieves I tellya

(just another brick off the wall in the dismantling of godlessness) The interpretive rights of scripture do not belong to liars and thieves; to be sure, that uncompromising and ever so sharp monarch of books bloodies the hands of they … Continue reading

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Professing themselves to be wise….

Please take a few minutes to consider the greater ramifications of swallowing University ‘findings,’ and putting God’s word in the dumpster so to speak. One doesn’t pick and choose what parts of scripture they find tasty, or do they? -from … Continue reading

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Zip the lip buster

How long will it be, how many years will it take, how many decades, centuries, how many thousands, millions, billions, or trillions of years must pass…………before the strongest jackal in the pack……….surpasses or out lives his own evolution, and replaces … Continue reading

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Suffer the little children

Child of four years: ‘Daddy, is there a God?’ Daddy: ‘Well, I’d rather not influence you at such a young age.’ Child: ‘Daddy, who made the stars and sun and moon?’ Dad: ‘Well, science sez they are a mere act … Continue reading

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So you want evidence eh?

A common theme amongst discussions with people who do not give God the courtesy of existing, is the demanding for ‘evidence’ before they admit: ‘there is a God,’ (which theme by the way has been a broken record since time … Continue reading

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Theology

Can I shamelessly borrow from myself, and produce a thought for the day worthy of its own special place in blogsville; yeah I guess so. Theology is the study of God. Note carefully, as words mean things. Theology is not … Continue reading

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Nutty professors

Hear ye hear ye all teachers, thinkers, humans with common sense, and any ape who may be reading Jungle Jim at the moment. Look at the following comment below. Really look at it. Think about the ramifications of such unintelligence … Continue reading

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Silence is golden

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(Of course there is much liberty used here, and while I do not pretend to speak for God in this way, the point can easily be seen and made; with a shout and a smile to she who can’t wait….. … Continue reading

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Oh the pain of foolishness

To prove I am an equal opportunity offender, have a look-see at this vid. Dawkins pretty much states that Darwin is God, then has the audacity to ask this as he turns his other cheek when facing God:  ‘Why did … Continue reading

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The ‘kinds’

I have been saying this for years. Take careful note of the answers, or lack thereof, and the cut and paste repeated answers by so-called smart people who show how utterly lacking, empty, and shallow, is the thought process of … Continue reading

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The gifts of men

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You have been to a museum, perhaps you have admired a Monet, and you immediately thought: ‘What a brilliant artist, what an amazing talent, what surprising and rare gift coming from the hands of man,’ and you would be correct. … Continue reading

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Caw moo, or cow poo?

I come to you today from the island of common sense, where opinions are many but where truth is as rare as pure water. Reminds me of this: Saw a bunch of crows this morning, and was happy to also … Continue reading

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You are the stars nephew! (not)

“You couldn’t be here if stars hadn’t exploded. Because the elements, the carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, iron, all the things that matter for evolution weren’t created at the beginning of time. They were created in the nuclear furnaces of stars. And … Continue reading

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Hail Caesar!

Can somebody help me contain my laughter please? I heard a guy quote a guy who heard from a guy who read something by someone who tested something that another guy thought he heard another guy write that many smart … Continue reading

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A gold medal performance

Okay the dust has settled, the politics have taken a back seat, but cue the soundtrack for Eastwood’s good, bad, and the ugly, as you no doubt know the 2018 Winter Olympics from S. Korea are won and done. The media … Continue reading

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