Bible Contradiction? Who is the first and the last? — The Domain for Truth

For today’s post we will tackle the question the Skeptic Annotated Bible asked: Who is the first and the last? Here are the answers which the skeptic believes indicate a Bible contradiction: God ““Listen to Me, O Jacob, even Israel whom I called; I am He, I am the first, I am also the last.” […]

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From our friend, SlimJim, who’s been whacking away at the Skeptic Annotated Bible.

Jesus said, “I and the Father are one” (John 10:30). End of contradiction.

Now Faith = Now Blessings — Christian Magazine – Godinterest

The goal of every believer is to please God. We are told that faith is what pleases God. It gives substance to the things we hope for and makes them tangible. Faith opens the door to God’s favour and shows our dependence on Him. The Bible tells us we’ve all been given a measure of faith,…

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This has long been one of my favorite Bible verses: “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” (Hebrews 11:1)

On the accusation if someone say there’s violence they are “Far Right” — The Domain for Truth

An insight from our friend SlimJim…

Three weeks ago I saw some keep sharing on Social media shared a link from Oregon Live titled “Feds, right-wing media paint Portland as ‘city under siege.’ A tour of town shows otherwise.” Basically this article dismissed those who are concern about the riot in Portland as right wing. I never thought it would happen: […]

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Still Can’t Reblog

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I’ve just spent an hour and a half with the WordPress happiness engineer trying to restore my ability to reblog. Nothing doing.

The post I try to reblog, in its travels from my colleague’s page to mine… simply disappears. I just tried to reblog Kristi Ann’s Haven and the same thing happened: it disappeared. Meanwhile, her page thinks the reblog was successful. *Sigh*

The problem turns out to be much more complicated than the engineer first thought, so WordPress will have to get back to me on this. It’d be nice if they could solve it.

So, for all my friends out there who’ve been wondering why I’ve stopped reblogging their posts–I haven’t stopped. I’ve been stopped.

I’m Trying, Honest

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If you’re wondering why I haven’t reblogged any posts from Christian bloggers lately, well, I’m trying! WordPress hasn’t been letting me do it. I go through all the steps, and on the original blog the message appears: the post has been reblogged on my site. Only of course it hasn’t. It’s been shot off somewhere into cyber-limbo.

I won’t even describe what I have to do now to get a post published. And I’d better hurry up with this one!

Normal Service Will Be Resumed–Sorry, Can’t Finish That Sentence

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Well, I just tried to reblog one of SlimJim’s posts on his Domain for Truth blog–you’re going to have to go there without me, if you want to go–and once again the computer sez it’s been successfully reblogged; but what has really happened is that the dirty rotten blankety-blank machine just shot the post into the depths of cyberspace, never to be seen again.

This is not a nice restful sabbath so far.

I wonder if the machine will let me post Oy, Rodney. Probably it’ll let me write it and then make it disappear.

Back to the other %$#$@ and see if we can make it work. Please pray for us.

Testing, Testing…

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I hope this computer isn’t going mad again. I just tried to reblog a post from our friend SlimJim’s Domain for Truth blog. On his page it says I was successful. But on my page, no sign of it. Where did it go?

Floating around in cyberspace somewhere…

I tried to do it over, but all I got was a statement that I’d already done it–when of course I hadn’t, because if I had, it ought to be there.

Well, let’s see if this post gets posted. *sigh*

The Church during the days of Corona Virus: Pray for those who are unemployed

Our friend SlimJim (Domain for Truth blog) reminds us of a critical prayer need. We pray that the suddenly unemployed get their jobs back as soon as this crisis is over.  –LD

(I add that if America can’t recover from the virus panic… nobody can.)