A Scripture that has been running through my head all day–one of my favorites.


Ye shall not need to fight in this battle:


set yourselves, stand ye still,


and see the salvation of the LORD with you,


O Judah and Jerusalem:


fear not, nor be dismayed;


to morrow go out against them:


for the LORD will be with you.    


~~~2Chronicles 20:17

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I'm a wonderer. I spend a lot of time mulling, pondering, and cogitating. This is just a place to park some of those thoughts.
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  1. Confanity says:

    “Theologians and scientists alike credit Galileo and remember him as a paragon. On the other hand, Galileo’s accusers who claimed the mantle of traditionalism have probably engendered more atheistic attitudes than anything else. Those who lashed out at Benjamin Franklin in the “Shaking the Foundations of Faith” article above similarly put all their chips on a notion of God that today is literally ridiculous. More importantly than leading people away from Christianity is the fact that those who claimed that Christianity could not survive if Galileo’s views were correct were, in the fullness of time, wrong. Those who claimed that Christianity could not survive if Ben Franklin’s views were correct were, as we know today, wrong. They were wrong about Christianity not surviving, and they were definitely wrong about the science.Those traditionalists invoked faith because they were afraid of losing God. They should have invoked reason because they were confident in God.“(Emphasis mine. From here)Also, in case you needed more information on the chemical origins of life, this page should shed some more light on the issue.

  2. Anonymous says:

    yeppers, sure is!

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