Daily Archives: May 10, 2011

So much for being held to a higher standard

Which reminds me… A minister admits he lied for years about being a Navy SEAL …and… A minister shoots a boy who threw a rock at his car. Let he who is without sin fire the first shot?

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Podcast #122 – Robert M. Price on the Book of Revelation

We wrap up our extended look at the Book of Revelation with an interview with Dr. Robert M. Price, theologian and author of (among other books) The Reason Driven Life. For more about Dr. Price visit his official website: robertmprice.mindvendor.com. … Continue reading

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Bear with us during the upgrade

Sorry for any inconvenience to our visitors during our website upgrade.  Rest assured the “country lane” format won’t stick around for long.  Meanwhile, there shouldn’t be any further service disruptions.

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