Reformation Day — Oct 31

Happy Reformation Day! On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses on the Castle Church doors in Wittenberg, Germany, unknowingly launching the Protestant Reformation and recovering precious truths about the Gospel. The 95 Theses were arguments against the medieval church's practice of selling indulgences, documents which freed one or one's family members from …

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100

My grandmother, on my mother's side, lived to be 100. My wife's grandmother, on her father's side, turned 100 yesterday. I guess it looks good for women in my family. Yahoo had a story yesterday: 4 Surprising signs you'll live a long time. Here they are: Don't drink pop. All that sugar either makes you …

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Dinosaur footprints part 3

I wrote about dinosaur footprints a few weeks ago here and here. I had recently attended a young-Earth creation seminar where the speaker used very questionable examples of "human" footprints in Permian and Cretaceous rocks as evidence that humans and dinosaurs coexisted. Many of these "human" footprints turn out to be forgeries. A scientist can …

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The Environmental Case for John McCain

The attacks against John McCain by some environmental groups (such as the Sierra Club) are unfair. McCain has a well-integrated energy and environmental policy, that reflects his years of environmental leadership, not only in the Republican Party, but in the senate as a whole. From Republicans for Environmental Protection: The Environmental Case for John McCain …

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