This highly controversial page is for those with open minds and souls and those unwilling to make opinions and judge books by their covers (which I only do at bookstores). Because, you know, a book cover is like a block of moldy cheese...and I'm not sure where I'm going with that, so let's just skip the introduction and take a look at some...

Used Religion



constructed many years ago...when I first got "saved"
about what I've learned since then

scientific problems that arise from the Bible...and some solutions

addendum (March 2010): these pages are here for archival/education purposes, not argumentative (despite their tone)

"But avoid foolish questions, and genealogies, and contentions, and strivings about the law; for they are unprofitable and vain (Titus 3:9 King James Version)".

the "global flood"

Daily Devotionals

Daily excerpt from 'A Year with C. S. Lewis' and 'Wisdom from the Proverbs' for the 27th of September

27 September

Follow Thou Me

There are questions at issue between Christians to which I do not think we have been told the answer. There are some to which I may never know the answer: if I asked them, even in a better world, I might (for all I know) be answered as a far greater questioner was answered: 'What is that to thee? Follow thou Me.'
—from Mere Christianity, Preface

Compiled in A Year with C.S. Lewis

Mere Christianity. Copyright © 1952, C. S. Lewis Pte. Ltd. Copyright renewed © 1980, C. S. Lewis Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved. Used with permission of HarperCollins Publishers. A Year With C.S. Lewis: Daily Readings from His Classic Works. Copyright © 2003 by C. S. Lewis Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved. Used with permission of HarperCollins Publishers.

September 27

A wise man scaleth the city of the mighty, and casteth down the strength of the confidence thereof (21:22).

Long ago, a society built for itself many weapons, and a great wall around their city to protect them. They formed a massive army, and they moved out into the world with the hope of conquering it. They fought with anyone who tried to stop them, and their empire grew. They came to a people, however, who did not arm themselves with any weapons, yet they refused to yield to the powerful war culture. They claimed that they were strong by their faith in God, and that He was the only protection they needed. The army battled them and scattered them into foreign lands. Time passed, and the warring nation fell, leaving no remnant behind. The people of God reunited, and they were strong.

The people of God have never been defeated. Great empires and armies have come and gone, but none have lasted as long as the people who follow God. All else is refuse in comparison with the Lord. Mighty cities will rise, but they will crumble long before the Lord comes to reward His faithful ones. No army comes close to the might of God, and the greatest empire is not bigger than a speck of the love of God. His might endures forever, and His love shines brighter than the sun. Our hope should always be in the Lord, and in Him alone.

prayer: My hope and trust is in you, Almighty God. Only you are God. Nothing else even comes close. There is nothing so mighty, nothing so good as you, O Lord. Be with me always. Amen.

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Greco-Roman mythology

I've always been fascinated with it...

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