"Sunday Sermon" "Know Thyself" The Bible counsels and commands: “examine yourselves” and “consider your ways.” Likewise, Socrates proclaimed: “Know Thyself!” He added, “the unexamined life is not worth living.” Lao Tzu also declared: “He who knows others is wise; he who knows himself is enlightened.” “Examine Yourself” (1 Corinthians 11:28) “Let a man examine himself.” … Continue reading “Examine Yourself” & “Consider Your Ways”– 4 Soul-Searching Questions from the Bible
The Key “Trinity” Scripture (Father, Son, Holy Ghost = One) is Fake
"Sunday Sermon" “For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.” (KJV 1 John 5: 7) The Doctrine of the Trinity is not Biblical The Doctrine of the Trinity, that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one person, does not come … Continue reading The Key “Trinity” Scripture (Father, Son, Holy Ghost = One) is Fake
Unicorns are real! They’re in the Bible.
"Fun Facts Saturday" In Honor of Scotland's National Unicorn Day, April 9th Unicorns are amazing! They have healing powers. Their horns can be used to cast spells. And, they live forever unless they are killed. No wonder, unicorns were made the National Animal of Scotland, and are celebrated on April 9th, National Unicorn Day. These … Continue reading Unicorns are real! They’re in the Bible.
The “Wicked Bible” of 1631 – “Thou SHALT Commit Adultery”
"Fun Facts" "Sunday Sermon" I am “famous” for my typos and editing errors. (“Moral Problem” vs “Morale Problem.” “Venus” vs “Venice.”) My hyper personality favors speed over accuracy. But I am not the only one who makes such mistakes. In the 1630s, Robert Barker and Martin Lucas printed 1,000 copies of the King James Version … Continue reading The “Wicked Bible” of 1631 – “Thou SHALT Commit Adultery”
You’ll never guess Scotland’s national animal!
"Fun Facts" Visiting the land of my Scottish ancestors, I learned that the official national animal is -- the unicorn. Images of unicorns can be found on Scottish castles, cathedrals, coats of arms, and flags. April 9th is set aside as National Unicorn Day. Why was the unicorn chosen as the national animal of Scotland? … Continue reading You’ll never guess Scotland’s national animal!
In Praise of the King James Version
"Saturday Sermon" The King James Version of the Holy Bible is my favorite book. Its poetry, stories, wisdom, inspiration and insights are unparalleled. Early English Translations and William Tyndale’s Monumental Contribution During Medieval times, the “Age of Faith,” the Roman Catholic Church proclaimed that the Latin Volgate Bible was the only authorized version. Translating the … Continue reading In Praise of the King James Version
Swearing Oaths on the Bible – Tradition and the Law
In 2007, Representative Keith Ellison of Minnesota was sworn in as the first Muslim member of Congress. During the oath, instead of using the Bible, he placed his hand on Thomas Jefferson’s 1734 translation of the Koran. This created a firestorm of criticism from conservative Christians. When Representative Rashida Talib of Michigan took her oath … Continue reading Swearing Oaths on the Bible – Tradition and the Law