My eldest daughter, pregnant with my first grandchild, is coming to visit this week. She is almost finished getting her Ph.D. in Neuroscience so I thought I would do a few drawings about science this week in honor of her. Late to the Party I never had a huge interest in science growing up. But [...]
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I am feeling day #3 of Evidence Week bubbling up from the primordial ooze! Rational/Irrational My wife, Linda, once told me of a certain fear she had. I tried to explain rationally and logically why she shouldn’t have that fear. She looked at me in exasperation and said, ‘Marty, it’s not a RATIONAL fear, you [...]
So, here are my questions. Do you think that Jesus really did walk on water or no? If he did, then did he really want us to attempt that same thing? And if so, for what purpose? If he didn’t really walk on water, then what does the mythical story represent? What are we suppose to learn and enact from that story?
It combines one very good virtue with 3 very familiar ideas, especially for those who are familiar with what is probably the most famous Christian scripture on love, 1 Corinthians 13. At the end of the ‘love chapter’ the Apostle Paul says this, “And now these three things remain; faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”
I saw a posting yesterday by a blogging mama friend of mine from Utah. She was explaining that she caught her little daughter laying a big smackaroo kiss on some little boy in her class. Her response when she saw it was to tell her daughter that wasn’t appropriate and that she was not suppose [...]