Into the Sun
It Is Hard Not to Notice. But Some Still Do Not Notice.
A Song I Really Like for Some Reason
I See It All Now
An Effective Refutation
The Letter of the Law
The Parables of Our Lord Jesus Harmonized
How are we to read and understand the parables of Jesus?
What this small book seeks to do is to point to the guidance that was provided by the Lord Himself. First, all the parables of the Lord are recorded here in the language of an updated King James. Where the parable is told in more than one place, they are combined into one parable. They are then assembled in three basic categories. The …
Shouldn’t that be the “scienciest” of times?
“I See It All Now” Senses of humour vary – I obviously have some things to learn about Idaho humour. Joking about people dying from vaccine side-effects… is this judged or potentially found amusing in Idaho culture? Or just in some sub-circles of Moscow? Appropriate for pastors, and in public? Do people who had relatives to whom this actually happened chuckle along when these jokes are cracked in your part of the world? Is this sort of joke transferable to other contexts? Are lethal side-effects of medications or of failure to take them or any other medical conditions fair game… Read more »
I don’t live in Idaho and I found it funny.
But if you insist on dissecting the joke in such a way as to kill it, you’ll see, as it lays there on the sterilized lab table in the county morgue, twitching a little, that it was in fact a criticism, not of those that have died but of those that killed them.
Actually I didn’t dissect the content of the joke at all.
They didn’t have to use “CGI” to fake the moon landing. Did you know that the spaceships in the 1966 Star Trek show were not CGI? Filmmakers have a lot a tricks at their disposal. 2001: A Space Odyssey looked pretty great, and it was released in 1968. There’s no question that the moon landings *could* have been faked. What is much more questionable is whether we could have progressed from the very first object in space in 1957 to landing people on the moon in 12 years. Weird that they sprinted from the very first rocket to walking on… Read more »
There’s a lot of questions about how the moon landings could possibly have been faked, not just in the basics you mention of the photographs (which have been extensively shown to demonstrate extremely unusual properties unique to lunar regolith and the lighting in a vacuum), but many other lines of evidence, such as the retroreflectors at each site that lasers still use to measure distance to the moon, the failure of the Soviets to ever challenge the validity of the moon landings, the many employees of NASA and its thousands of contracting companies that would have to have conspired to… Read more »