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Sexual Identity and Sexual Confusion
This is a very confusing world. Bruce Jenner is now known as Caitlyn Jenner. The NEA considered replacing “mother” with “birthing parent.” Employers are requiring employees to use preferred pronouns. Toronto police were recently asking for help finding a missing … Continue reading
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There are many advantages to living in twenty-first century America. “It was not very long ago, as history is measured, when such things as oranges or cocoa were the luxuries of the rich and when it was considered an extravagance … Continue reading
Posted in Abortion, Ethics, science, Stats, Technology Tagged 2 Chronicles 16, Abortion, anesthesia, asa, baby fae, birth control, blacks, blood, blood transfusion, breast feeding, cdc, cloning, edward jenner, ethics, george washington, invitro fertilization, IVF, james blundell, james simpson, Jehovah Witnesses, joseph meister, louise joy brown, medicine, midwife, morning after pill, onan, organ transplant, physican, poverty, rabies, RU-486, science, science gone mad, small pox, stem cells, syphilis, technology, the poor, the weekly standard, thomas sowell, weaning child 2 Comments
Ethics: Race and Prejudice (Part 4)
This is the final part on race and prejudice. In this article, we will deal with a couple of points left untouched to this point… One Race The term “race” can be used to mean different things. It can mean: … Continue reading
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Why I Believe –The Bible (Part 1)
The Bible claims to be inspired of God. Over 2700 times the Bible says, “Thus says the Lord” or “The Lord said” or “The word of the Lord” or the same similar claim to the message being from God. God … Continue reading
SNOW AND ICE
What can we learn about God from the snow? Job 37:6 says of God, “For He says to the snow, ‘Fall on the earth’ …” God controls the natural order of things. He sends the snow. The actual context (Job … Continue reading
Posted in Nature, science, Weather Tagged god's might, god's wisdom, god`s power, ice, science, snow, weather 2 Comments