Hymns: “All Glory, Laud, and Honor”

"All Glory, Laud, and Honor" is a hymn traditionally sung on Palm Sunday. Though the words, of course, reference the passages of Scripture about the Triumphal Entry and were written for that day, the story goes that this hymn only became known because of an Emperor's change of heart. This hymn was written by a …

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Art Over Evidence

  https://youtu.be/IpFGYOTH5M4 Don’t let artistry fool you as evidence. There is no link between the ape kind and mankind. Both were created as separate and distinct kinds on day 6, and mankind was made in God’s Image. Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule …

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The Epic of Gilgamesh

Translator: Benjamin R. Foster Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company Among the lessor known epics of our world is a piece called the Epic of Gilgamesh or simply Gilgamesh. It is also considered the oldest epic ever found, although the Atrahasis and Enuma Elis are next up. Despite its age and origin, this epic still provides new insights today. The …

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~ Here’s to What We Have Become ~

Today is Independence Day. I see people having fun, throwing parties, and living in ignorant bliss. I have no problem with enjoying life, I see that as an important part of the American Dream. But at the thought of people disregarding our past and the path we took to get here? It makes me sick …

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~ Philippians 2:3 ~

This is a peacock I just finished drawing.  It reminds me of the ones we used to have.  I remember watching them in all of their stately bearing while walking about our yard.  They were so beautiful and majestic... And while this picture doesn't do them justice, it still is an interesting one.  Although the …

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