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Is the New Noah Movie Biblical

Anyone who says that the new movie Noah is too fantastical has a disconnect between what they read in the Bible and what they think is ‘normal’. The Bible is full of fantastical elements. The Old Testament has talking donkeys, talking serpents, questionable acts between supernatural beings and the daughters of men, giants, Nephilim (what […]

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Why Being a Mother is Not the Most Important Job in the World

This may seem like an odd thing for a devoted mother of seven to say, but I am going to present reasons why being a mother is not the most important job in the world. I do not believe this perspective degrades mothers, or puts children at risk. I am not saying these things because […]

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RVWD – Is the Word Revival in the Bible ?

The way the word revival is proliferated by many who call themselves Christians, you’d think it was on every other page of the Bible. A word search reveals that variants of it (revive, revived) occur periodically in the Old Testament in most translations. Revival itself I found one time in one translation. In the New Testament, there […]

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Is the Paleo Diet Good?

The basic premise of the Paleo diet is to eat what people purportedly ate between 10,000 and 2.5 million years ago. There are both good and questionable aspects to this way of eating. First, here are some weak points to the premise: It is extremely difficult to say what foods, and in what forms, people […]

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Healthy Eating Ideas Are Not Rocket Science

One of my sons recently emailed me and said “I’d be interested to know what you think of this.” and attached the article linked to directly below: Celiac/Gluten Intolerance: Are We Chasing the Wrong Villain? So, I wrote back – Good morning.  :-) Did you ever read my blog about nutrition? You probably remember my […]

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