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19 Sep 2016
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“And you shall stone him with stones until he dies, because he sought to entice you away from the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, from the house of bondage. So all Israel shall hear and fear, and not again do such wickedness as this among you.” (Deuteronomy 13:10-11) […]

24 Mar 2016
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Holy Week By Brian Duignan During Holy Week, Christians recall the events leading up to Jesus’ death by crucifixion and, according to their faith, his Resurrection. The week includes five days of special significance. The first is Palm Sunday, which commemorates Jesus’ humble entry (on a donkey) into Jerusalem to observe Passover. According to the […]

24 Mar 2016
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Easter is the principal festival of the Christian church, a celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his Crucifixion. So where do the colored eggs fit in?

19 Sep 2014
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Whenever we have a question about something – let us go to the only place of truth “God’s Word” to find our answer.

Is worship of the saints (Mary) biblical?

4 Jun 2011
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national geographic – June 2011 by Eric Friar McDermott As the forages of their colony’s cste system (see rank and file), media leafcutter ants start out with mandibles as sharp as surgical scalpels.  But over the course of their lives, the repetitive slicing of leaves into small disks dulls their V-shaped blades. Rather than retire, […]

1 Jun 2011
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Black bears typically have two cubs; rarely, one or three. In 2007, in northern New Hampshire , a black bear sow gave birth to five healthy young. There were two or three reports of sows with as many as 4 cubs, but five was, and is, very extraordinary. The photographer learned of them shortly after […]

1 Apr 2011
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From Wikipedia: Origins   A ticket to “Washing the Lions” in London from 1857. This traditional April Fools prank is first recorded in 1698. In Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales (1392), the “Nun’s Priest’s Tale” is set Syn March bigan thritty dayes and two. Modern scholars believe that there is a copying error in the extant manuscripts […]

21 Nov 2008
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“There are more chickens in the world than people” Hard to believe 🙂 Rita

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