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Zacchaeus in the Tree - Friday, October 10th 2014 22:40
So, there I was this afternoon, drawing a picture of what eventually was supposed to be Zacchaeus in the Sycamore tree. As I was working on making the branches and twigs,...
A Blind Man's Faith - Sunday, October 5th 2014 20:09
Feeling fairly good physically. No headache for three days now. Of course, now I have to go get my shingles shot, but I haven't heard from anyone that they have reacted to it....
The Resurrection is Coming! - Friday, October 3rd 2014 23:40
Gretchen Passantino Coburn, RIP. Back in 2006, at one of the first meetings of the ISCA executive committee, before there actually even was an ISCA officially, Norm Geisler and...
Sell all you have! - Monday, September 29th 2014 14:41
We have returned from our quick trip up to Michigan where we were a part of the memorial service for June’s mom. We drove up Friday and came back yesterday, Sunday. I...
Palm Reading -- A Different Version - Wednesday, September 24th 2014 23:21
Another multi-day entry, written last evening (Tuesday) and completed tonight (Wednesday); and it only comes under the "diary" heading. I need to mention that I have fully...
Childlike Faith - Sunday, September 21st 2014 21:02
Sorry to dwell on this topic, but that pneumonia shot has really walloped me. The arm is still swollen and hurting, though at least it is now at a point where I can put ice on...
The Pharisee and the Tax Collector - Saturday, September 20th 2014 23:03
Yesterday I got my annual flu and pneumonia shots, capping off a week that left a lot to be desired in various aspects. As a result, today I feel awful and my right arm is...
Back to Luke: The Unjust Judge - Sunday, September 14th 2014 22:36
I haven’t given a weather report in a while, so it’s about time for one. Here’s the overview: After a rather tepid summer last year, we had a bitter cold...
Docs Who Rock - Friday, September 12th 2014 18:27
Some not-very-well-connected musings written down last night, uploaded today (Friday). It's September 11 once again. It's been thirteen years already since the destruction of...
Emergency Money and Hyperinflation - Friday, September 5th 2014 21:37
I wrote last night (Thursday): It's gotten later than I thought, but I promised on Facebook that I would reveal in a post tonight what an anonymous encourager had sent to June...
The Grand Prix of Alexandria - Monday, September 1st 2014 0:37
Life is a lot like a go-kart race. “How so?” you ask. “I don't know,” I must respond. I just thought I should start this entry with something that...
The Twin Paradox - Saturday, August 23rd 2014 23:00
Started on Thursday, finished text on Thursday, added pictures and posted on Saturday. Wouldn’t you know it? I got an e-mail from Abu Bakr yesterday. Well, not the...
Locating ISIS (ISIL) on the map of Islam - Sunday, August 17th 2014 22:39
  Sorting Out ISIS (ISIL) So, it’s my birthday, and I’m looking at 65. How weird! Let me issue a preliminary "thank you" for all the wishes and congratulations...
Keeping Vigil in a Hospital Room - Wednesday, August 13th 2014 11:21
Monday, 8-11: I’m going to start a blog entry; we’ll see how far I actually get with it. June and I are in the greater Detroit area of Michigan, which immediately...
Venn Diagrams - Tuesday, August 5th 2014 0:00
June 26, 2016: I'm revising this post to a small extent and making a few corrections because I want it to continue to have a life of its own.  Just a couple of days left...
The Historic Christian Faith, Conclusion - Thursday, July 31st 2014 22:46
Greetings from southern Indiana! Actually, June and I had wanted to take a much further trip, but things happened, and so we decided that we were better off trying to get some...
The Historic Christian Faith, Part 5 - Thursday, July 24th 2014 22:30
I am aware of the fact that I'm repeating a lot of things that I've said within the collection of the previous series "How to do Theology." Hopefully I'm using sufficiently...
The Historic Christian Faith, Part 4 - Tuesday, July 22nd 2014 22:01
It is a truism that communication is a two-way process. Consequently interaction often requires a proper reaction. She: Does this dress make me look fat? He: No,...
The Historic Christian Faith, Part 3 - Sunday, July 20th 2014 22:48
These entries are clearly quite long. However, since my motivation to address this topic at all has been the intent to provide information in the hope that I might further the...
The Historic Christian Faith, Part 2 - Friday, July 18th 2014 21:32
If you read my last entry as a critique of Roman Catholic theology, you have missed the point. I provided an overview of Newman’s theory on the development of doctrine in...
The Historic Christian Faith, Part 1 - Wednesday, July 16th 2014 19:28
Recently, there has been some discussion on the meaning of the phrase, "the historic Christian faith," and, with some misgivings, I have decided to put forth a point of...
Bastille Day - Monday, July 14th 2014 16:10
Mark S. Phillips has been posting updates on Facebook concerning a book that he is reprinting and republishing. I'm excited about it as well. Just to clarify, since it's about...
Yezidi and the Rapture - Sunday, July 6th 2014 22:11
Bruno Corduan, my father, who is eighty-eight years old and lives in Germany, has just set out on a new phase of his life and ministry. Over the next few days, he's leaving the...
Don't run after them! - Monday, June 30th 2014 22:08
While it's still fresh on my mind. In the World Cup, Germany just beat Algeria 2:1. All three goals were scored in overtime after the regular time ended with a rather...
The Kingdom of God - Thursday, June 26th 2014 22:27
Time to get caught up. I didn't want to post an entry until the good folks at Bravenet had caught on to the issue of extra lines appearing all over my blog; they are now dealing...