Day 31- The Jewish Mile

Every house is founded by someone, but the founder of all is God. Hebrews 3:4 I never chose to become a Christian. Never went to church, studied religion or had the slightest interest in changing who I was. I was born into a Jewish family, lineage on both sides that dates back for centuries. We …

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A Return of Authentic and Faithful Biblical Scholarship

Bible Scholar and Skeptic Bart Ehrman argues that the Gospels have been altered so much that they cannot be viewed as history,  Ehrman explains, “The authors too were human beings with needs, beliefs, worldview, opinions, loves, hates, longings, desires, situations, problems—surely all these affected what they wrote…” (Ramage, Jesus, Interpreted, 104). One of the pieces …

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Everything I thought I knew; I no longer know

Smoke of Satan & the Open Windows of Vatican II


My father, like most of us, was a much more complex individual than I had ever conceived; having conflicted views about life and its ultimate purpose. His rational explanations regarding his upbringing and the character of both his father and mother were taken at face value by myself and others without any thought other than to take his word at face value as the truth as best as his memory was capable of reproducing them;  and thus the events of his life were recounted numerously and accepted as fact . . . though I have no facts other than to see his life through his eyes and mind.

I might also mention here that my father was not a man of Christian faith though he was a believer in the Einstein partial belief of at least being controlled by an intelligence which can be seen plainly behind all that…

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