In a day where conventional wisdom and long-held traditions are being turned on their heads, there is an opportunity for all of us to leave sandy, unstable foundations and ground ourselves in the pure, solid truth. Where is that truth to be found? Open and find out.
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Sometimes I wonder if it's worth it.... Mashing keyboards endlessly.... Defending what you think is true..... Dodging daggerous words and shrill responses.... To express your point of view.... Sometimes I wonder if it's worth it... To be true to yourself and what you hold dear... When the people on the other side mock you for … Continue reading Sometimes I wonder if all of this is worth it….
Over the years, Bill has transformed from the fun, apolitical, exploratory science guy that I treasured into a flashy suit filled with left-wing talking points. He has shifted from being a childhood scientific icon to a cultish leader of the left. The silly theme song has morphed from an energetic and fun "Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill!" to the boring and painful "Pill, pill......pillllllll........poison" that I have to swallow with my regular digest of news. In fact, I tune out most of the time when Bill Nye starts to talk now.
I don't think depictions of art like this are necessarily a bad thing because it helps us realize if we are being partisan hacks and hypocrites. That being said, I don't like depictions of anyone's head being in anyone's hand. I would be just as offended at this picture if the head were Hitler.
This graphical presentation attempts to explain man's knowledge of the spiritual realm from a Christian Perspective in the same format as Matt Might's Ph. D. graphical presentation.
The world does not treat truth-tellers nicely in their times. Individuals starting at top middle then going clockwise: Socrates, Giordano Bruno, Abinadi, Apostle Peter, Muhammad, William Tyndale, St Stephen, Joseph Smith. Middle: Jesus Christ.
One possible reason why fascism is on the rise.
I, like many Americans, was disgusted by the remarks made by Trump back in 2005. With that in mind, how can I shift blame from the man who made this embarrassing, indefensible string of remarks to American society and cultural norms?