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Friday, April 07, 2006

Ancient Manuscript: Judas Had a Secret: "For 2,000 years Judas has been reviled for betraying Jesus. Now a newly translated ancient document seeks to tell his side of the story."
The relic worshippers strike again. Just any old rag or scrap of paper found in a waste can may be used to discredit the Bible and give license to man's modern [and ancient] desire to fornicate, lie, murder, defame and hate Christians. Hurrah for the relics! Encase them in gold and genuflect! Stroke your chin and appear wise! Hurrah for the trashcan documents, verified by modern rag-tag scholars! See blog below.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Guardian Unlimited | Science | Discovered: missing link that solves a mystery of evolution: "The find is the first complete evidence of an animal that was on the verge of the transition from water to land. 'The find is a dream come true,' said Ted Daeschler of the Academy of Natural Sciences."
Yes, indeed. A "dream" come true, the dream of fallen man that Genesis One is not true, that there is no God, that there will be no judgment of the world, that it is all right to fornicate, sodomize, blaspheme, and hate Christians. The dream will prove to be a nightmare, and this fossil will "prove" nothing except the frantic efforts of fallen men to flee from their Creator.

In the Middle Ages the bone-worshippers were in the Roman Church and they genuflected before odds and ends and scraps of bones and relics that constituted proof of their faith. All nonsense, of course. The modern humanists do the same thing, genuflect before scraps of bones, artifacts, and odds and ends and tag ends of old pieces of ragged paper that "prove" to them that the Bible is not reliable and we don't have to pay any attention to it. The modern relic worshippers will be as discredited as the old ones were.

"Dream" come true, indeed. "The prophet that hath a dream, let him tell a dream; and he that hath my word, let him speak my word faithfully. What is the chaff to the wheat? saith the LORD. Is not my word like as a fire? saith the LORD; and like a hammer that breaketh the rock in pieces?" --Jer. 23
I have added a link on the right side to "The Third Story." This is a web page of a good friend and ex-student of mine, AmyBeth Larson Barlow. AmyBeth works with young people at risk in the inner city of Denver and her page and blog are worth checking out. God bless you, my good friend!


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