Tag Archives: Final Judgment

Advent, Luke, and Good Advice

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. “He was in the beginning with God.” “the light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it.” “And the Word … Continue reading

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Death, Funerals — and Life

We celebrated my father-in-law’s funeral a week after his death. I’d planned on writing about that, and probably will. But not today. I ended up talking about funerals in general, Psalms and science — it’s about as linear as most … Continue reading

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Planet 9, Maybe; Nibiru, No

The world didn’t end last Saturday. That’s nothing new, and neither is another fizzled End Times prediction. I’ll be talking about how a current End Times prediction affected someone whose name is the same as the wannabe prophet’s; but is … Continue reading

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Expectations

Danae’s odd view of Papal infallibility isn’t accurate. (July 30, 2017) But I’m not upset by Non Sequitur’s ‘Church of Danae,’ particularly since I see the funny side of the cultural quirks Wiley Miller highlights. I do, however, occasionally use … Continue reading

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