Monthly Archives: July 2010

Online Privacy

Thanks to one of my favorite blogs is this article on online privacy. The obvious answer, of course, is to not post things you might regret sometime in your long, otherwise dull, life, but things being the way that they … Continue reading

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Dawkins Four Years Later: Part 2

This is part 2 of my thoughts concerning Dr Richard Dawkinsā€™ book The God Delusion. I anticipate that there will be two more articles, the next being on Chapter 4, Why There is Almost Certainly No God and Chapter 5, … Continue reading

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Dawkins – Four Years Later

The status of atheists today is on a par with that of homosexuals fifty years ago. – Richard Dawkins The God Delusion (p. 4) Iā€™m glad to see atheistic scientists are not given to shrill hyperbole like religious folk. ā€“ … Continue reading

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Knowing The Times

From Issachar there were 200 leaders and all their relatives at their command ā€” they understood the times and knew what Israel should do. (1 Chronicles 12:32) At my Bible study on Friday, this verse came up and everybody jumped … Continue reading

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In the Eye of the Beholder

Years ago, I used to play Chess in tournaments, usually not doing that well but having fun. I still have over 200 books on the game. My daughter, picking up on that, always wanted to play Chess. At an early … Continue reading

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