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  • Eugene Adkins 3:14 pm on 2017-01-05 Permalink | Reply
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    What would you say if you were asked this by your child? 

    Last night, on our way to Bible study, we ended up driving part of the way behind a random driver (after pulling onto the road behind him). For some reason, one that only a young child could understand, my daughter asked, (More …)

    • J. Randal Matheny 5:44 pm on 2017-01-05 Permalink | Reply

      Great application.

    • Ocimar Luiz Anizelli 4:57 am on 2017-01-06 Permalink | Reply

      I would probably say how aimless my life would be Like without his presence in my life.

      • Eugene Adkins 5:32 pm on 2017-01-10 Permalink | Reply

        A purpose in life does tend to change one’s life doesn’t it?

        Thank you for commenting, Ocimar.

  • Eugene Adkins 6:00 am on 2015-08-19 Permalink | Reply
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    Interesting quote for the day 

    When the topic of treating people like cattle comes up in the tense conversation between Alexander (the “time traveler”) and the “mentally higher evolved being” in the movie version of H.G. Wells’ story “The Time Traveler”, the “uber brained” individual responds with:

    Who are you to question 800,000 years of evolution?

    Indeed! If evolution is the “creator” of us all, who are any of us to question what evolution drives us to do, even when people/organizations such as “Planned Parenthood” treat slaughtered human beings like candidates for the meat market?

    • John Henson 11:09 am on 2015-08-22 Permalink | Reply

      Bro. DIck Sztanyo, in his book, “Graceful Reason,” chapter nine, underscores one of the greatest problems for evolutionists in sexual reproduction. If natural selection is true, and plants and animals adapt using the simplest methods, then where did sexual reproduction come from? Cell mitosis is one of the simplest methods of reproduction, yet sexual reproduction is very complex and fairly unreliable. If natural selection takes the easiest and best method, then where did sexual reproduction come from? IT CAME FROM GOD!

      • Eugene Adkins 8:02 am on 2015-08-23 Permalink | Reply

        Good point.

        I’ve often wondered what the odds would be that a compatible female and male “evolving” at the same time would be. If one evolved before the other it would die and fail to pass along its genes without being able to mate, and that would put mutation back in its place.

    • docmgphillips 8:14 pm on 2015-08-23 Permalink | Reply

      And how much longer will God suffer us to exist?

      • Eugene Adkins 6:38 am on 2015-08-24 Permalink | Reply

        I know things are frustrating, and seemingly ever increasingly worse, but I’d say we’re still a ways off from the pre-flood days, and my prayer is that situations like the Planned Parenthood “revelation” will help people to see the blood on our hands and the need for the blood of Jesus to cover our sin. Evolution isn’t billions of years old, but it isn’t a new idea either.

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