And The Word Was God

“AND THE WORD WAS GOD” The recent book “God, A Human History” by Reza Aslan provides an excellent introduction to the human ideas of what or who God is.  Aslan is a respected academic, author, and student of religion.  He is an Iranian/American Islam and a student of Sufism, but also a follower of Jesus Christ.  By reading his book he recreates a complex history of God that has been created over the millennium by many people, beginning with cave

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Living With Disabilities

LIVING WITH DISABILITIES The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990 and the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) was given enforcement power. This was a civil rights act that provided full equality in all forms of activity to persons with any sort of disability. While legislation helped open doors for many who are disabled, the ADA cannot help people walk, eat, speak, write, think clearly or otherwise live as they did before becoming disabled. Thus, there are millions

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What About Women (other than wives)

  WHAT ABOUT WOMEN (other than wives)? As we reach these geezer ages, it’s obvious there are more geezerettes than geezers. When I attend an event (church, concert, fund raiser) there are more white heads with fluffed up hair than shiny bald pates. That tells us that for interesting conversation, we had better make friends with some of these women, or spend our bored time watching the golf channel. Many of these white haired beauties were formerly married and lived

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