Good Friday 2014

I grew up with several siblings, mostly boys. Dad was in the military and we moved many times. I was born in Alaska, and attended 8 different schools between Kindergarten and my Senior year of High School. I had to learn how to make friends in a hurry. As a result I became very outgoing, and not afraid to put myself out there, come what may.

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Big Victory For Christian Professor Discriminated Against by University of North Carolina-Wilmington

Chalk up a big one against Universities who would discriminate against Christians for their beliefs. The court said no, you can't do that. Promote him, give him back pay, and...
 
 
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Officials at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington have been ordered to pay a teacher $50,000 in back pay and promote him to a full professorship, backdated to 2007, for discriminating against him over his Christian perspectives.
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Christians Flocking To God's Not Dead

We had a previous thread about this movie here at PolitiBrew recently, and I mentioned a friend's brief review which described this movie in one word: "life-changing". This movie has special interest to me as I've been debating atheists and evolutionists for decades. Go see it and bring an atheist or agnostic with you. If it's playing in our little way-up-north town, where it's snowing this evening, surely you can find it in yours.

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The Holy Bible

 

I spent a lot of time scrutinizing The Holy Bible in my younger years. I wanted to be sure that the belief I was raised in and on, was indeed, valid. Wanted to be sure that my beliefs were not tantamount to comitting intellectual suicide. Scholars have spent much time and energy trying to disprove the contents of that Book of books.

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