30 Jul 2012

Choose Your Framework

Submitted by Stephen Winters

Choose your framework

chose components of framework


What is right, ethical, 


I want it


Do you trust in God, or in your image of God?

"When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." (Bishop Carlton Pearson)

"No problem can be solved from the same consiousness that created it. We must see the world anew." (Albert Einstein)

20 Jul 2012


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If someone says that he doesn't trust a responsible person, the responsible person will still continue to be responsible and trustworthy because that is who he is. He is responsible and trustworthy by nature. It doesn't matter what other people think, he will still act in accordance with his nature. He will follow the rules and submit himself to those who are over him. A responsible person will ... because he knows that those rules are for his benefit.

28 Jun 2012

Pirate Day?

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Nowadays so many people romanticize pirates. Children's movies and TV programs love to play pirates. Church Vacation Bible Schools often have "Pirate"days. Are these really the examples that we want our children to fantasize about and to emulate?

In reality, pirates were nothing to be romantisized or emulated. Pirates were thieves, butchers, murderers, rapists. and terrorists. They made their living by doing great harm to or killing others.

4 Jun 2012

From time to time you hear the question, "If there is a God, then why do bad things happen? Why is there evil, disasters and tragedies in this world?" I don't have the answers to that question. But I do have some thoughts. It has been said that every dark cloud has a silver lining. Many good things have come out of seeming tragedies.

31 May 2012

Over the years I have seen many outspoken Christians and atheists......
In Reality, I don't think that the views about desire morals and behaviors of the "Christian", the atheist, or the agnostic are all that far apart. What often separates them is misunderstandings, prejudices, personal biases and "doctrine". I sincerely doubt that anyone of these groups would be against being kind to others, dealing honestly with each other, realizing the importance of telling the truth, etc. (The overall heading of these virtues might be love, as follows.


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