Daily Archives: 9 Oct 2010
That’s the title of a new book by Vicente Dobroruka, and downloadable here. Vicente is in the department of History at the University of Brasilia. Some brave soul should translate the volume into English. Emanuel Pfoh, I’m looking at you. … Continue reading
It seems Estee has found the secret footage I’ve been trying so valiantly to hide… I only have one thing to say… Busted! Estee begins his ‘Dateline NBC’ like expose as follows (after noting the well known conference attending side … Continue reading
Our Savior did not use any means which might enlist man’s lower nature on his side. When I have heard of large congregations gathered together by the music of a fine choir, I have remembered that the same thing is … Continue reading
This is total depravity. The ‘leaders’ of this ‘church’ have defiled the name of Christ and have gambled away the Gospel.
Pretty cool little video – thanks to Chuck Jones for pointing it out.
At the Greek Orthodox Church in Knoxville every year they hold Greek Fest. It’s really a fundraiser for the Church but they have arts and crafts and activities and shows and food and it’s just like a fair. It’s great … Continue reading
On 9 October, 1523, Huldrych Zwingli published his briefest explanation of the meaning of the Lord’s Supper- De canone missae libelli apologia. In its first printing it ran 2 folio pages and in its ‘official’ critical edition it’s just a … Continue reading
My hat’s off to these totally UN-depraved construction workers who risked their own lives to save children at a San Diego elementary school. Heroes to be sure. A gunman faces six counts of attempted murder after he opened fire at … Continue reading
Poor Christine O’Donnell- now she’s parodied by someone who isn’t at all attractive.
After a while you just have to shake your head at what pro jocks are willing to do- evidently believing that no one will find out (or perhaps hoping that they will for the sake of more publicity?). Even Brett … Continue reading
Unsurprising really. Total depravity usually trumps exhibitions of faith in the hearts of the reprobate. A new survey from the Democratic-affiliated firm Public Policy Polling finds that more Republicans support constructing a strip club than a mosque near Ground Zero. … Continue reading