Guns for Jesus

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It’s called an Open Carry Church Service and not only does the Valley Station Road Church want you to carry your gun to church, they’ll give you an opportunity to win a handgun and listen to operators of gun stores and firing ranges while enjoying patriotic music. A red font resembling splattered blood is used on a promo poster, but …

Ding dong…

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The blogs are abuzz with Jerry Falwell’s death. We decided not to watch the video on the Great Wall of China at Netflix because I read a review by someone who knows better (is from China) and they were lambasting it for misidentifying time periods etc. So we watched a video on Vienna and some art there (what a way …

Oops! The sound you now hear is millions and millions of cribs being pushed back down pearl-encrusted streets, away from heaven, to the asphalt streets of limbo, but at least they're not on the rhinestone streets of hell (or maybe they are)

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Well, concerning my previous post on all those millions and millions of babies (plus my sibling twins) being released from Limbo, apparently there was someone scrambling around Technorati looking for blogs that brought the subject up because This is the Catholic Church, and its teachings on this issue haven’t changed for its entire existence, and they’re not changing now. Or …

That sound you hear is millions and millions of cribs rolling over pearl-encrusted streets toward heaven

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Well, aren’t we all going to rest easier about all those little babies, stretching back to the dawn of humankind, which died before benefit of sprinkled baptism? Rome has decided that they all aren’t gurgling in Limbo cribs, eyes attempting to focus on the restrained delights of a distant heaven dangling from a mobile just beyond reach. When I was …

The prayer rug

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We used to get this kind of thing in the mail all the time but haven’t since we moved into this building several years ago. So much to our delight the other day we opened the mailbox to find, packed away in a neat little business size envelope, our personal prayer rug. Which comes with instructions printed at the bottom …

The atheists not accepted here standard

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I was doing a quick glance through of Georgia QCC standards and came up with the below one which will be interesting to atheists. Quality Core Curriculum Standards Character Education Citizenship (all grades) Strand: Citizenchip 10 Topic: Citizenship Standard: Respect for the creator: our most basic freedoms and rights are not granted to us from the government but they are …

Cameras steal souls

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I love doing digital portraits, and despite that I’m one of those peculiar people who believe cameras have the capacity to steal souls. Something I’ve thought about since I was in my early 20s. Was reflecting on this only partly because of the death of Richard Pryor and reading a sundry comment here and there about his MS. One person …

This is a children’s crusade

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The following article is on how Rep. Obey’s wanting examined allegations of Christian proselytizing and religious intolerance in the US Air Force Academy, was the trigger for Hostettler to go off on how Democrats are demonizing Christians and that they want to erase every vestige of Xtianity from Amerika. I was thinking about doing a graphic on it and found …