Monthly Archives: June 2007

Hebrew I – day one

I have just finished my first Hebrew assignment for Hebrew I with Professor Mark Futato. I have literally put over 4 hours into this first day. I am hoping the following days are a bit easier. I have also updated … Continue reading

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Christians being targeted in Iraq

According to a new article: Iraq had always been an island of religious toleration in the Muslim-dominated Middle East. But since the toppling of Saddam Hussein’s government, non-Islamists have been targeted and toleration has disappeared. ((The John Birch Society)) What … Continue reading

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Ron Paul on the Daily Show

Ron Paul on with John Stewart. I realized that there would be more humor than serious discourse, but nevertheless venues like these serve to further the message of freedom and peace. I hope this message is loud and clear tomorrow … Continue reading

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I Belong to Jesus…

Thanks to Vox for the excellent article. Finally the world has noticed the Christian testimony of Kaka. Kaka has been for some years one of the most spectacular soccer players produced in Brazil. Of course, in Brazil spectacular soccer players … Continue reading

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Update

Mu Currently reading page has been updated.

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Theological considerations on the authorship of Genesis

I will start taking Hebrew with Professor Mark Futato on Monday. In order to engage our small Hebrew class, there is a discussion board where we can have some “coffee house” conversations. I am raising the first question in regards … Continue reading

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Doug Wilson on Giuliani

Wilson categorizes the Republicans into two categories: “Okay, tell me more” & “Rather Be Dead in a Ditch.” Here are his comments on Giuliani that are worth reading and proclaiming over and over: 1. Rudy Giuliani — the support of … Continue reading

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Does the “Decider”Decide on War?

By Patrick Buchanan Has Congress given George Bush a green light to attack Iran? For he is surely behaving as though it is his call alone. And evidence is mounting that we are on a collision course for war. Iran … Continue reading

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