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Keeping the Sabbath HolyWhat is the Sabbath?
“And on the seventh day God ('ĕlôhı̂ym) ended his work which he had made; and he rested (shâbath) on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified (qâdash) it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.” ~Genesis 2: 2-3
Sanctified: The Hebrew word qâdash, meaning: to appoint, to consecrate, to dedicate, to make holy, to purify.
God designated the seventh day, the Sabbath, a pure day, and declared it sacred. God set it apart to make it holy. Why? Because in that day the creator (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit)1 ended His work and rested. Not because He needed rest, but because it was going to be an example for the human race.
The Sabbath day is a special day that God set apart at the beginning (when there was no sin) to be a holy day of rest.
The Sabbath and the law
Problems with Dinosaurs - Enter the Feathers
The Weird and Wonderful
Problems with Dinosaurs
Enter the Feathers
As I said in the previous little article I wrote, I love feathered dinosaurs...love and hate them, kind of. I love how bird-like they are, and I hate how they're all but transformed into birds in the last decade. Given that we only have evidence for a few dinosaurs having feathers and none in other places, there's a good chance that feathers were a commodity introduced and exclusive to a certain group and its descendants. Most assume that these are the Theropods, but looking in deeper, especially where some of the most iconic and complete fossils can be found, there's hardly evidence that the entire group was indeed feathered, clucking and crowing.
So, when did feathers appear, and who did they belong to? Most scientists trace the ancestors of birds to the Dromaeosaurs and their relatives the Troodontids, but this is highly inaccurate. Bird fossils had been confirmed to start appearing roug
Humanity's Little SnareI discovered something while talking to a (pretty stink'n amazing) friend.
There's right and wrong. If there is a newborn baby, then it is innocent, and therefore, good. The baby didn't do anything yet. When it grows up, it does something bad, and by definition, becomes a bad person.
This means that every one of us is a bad person. (Also meaning that you have absolutely no right to judge others)
So in my previous journal, I said how right and wrong can not be created by man unless it changes with man. If it changes with man, then whatever is accepted into society must be "right," or "ok." Well "ok" is described as in between. But if there is no in between, as I stated in the previous paragraph, then "ok" must mean "wrong." So abortion is "ok."
That shows us that right and wrong was never, and will never be, a simple opinion. Right and wrong is deep.
So abortion is murder, because the baby is your responsibility: you helped create it. And throwing it away is throwing away responsibility
Women and Geek, Pop CultureWomen and Geek, Pop Culture
Observing changes women present in the wonderful world of geek, pop culture.
by Christopher Harris
Hello everyone and welcome to another exciting installment of “Women and Geek, Pop Culture”. This series, like the name implies, will highlight some of the more authoritative roles women have in geek media. For example, the series will pin-point certain forms of media by briefly underlying how a particular show might diverge from tropes and reoccurring narratives we expect to see today. It’ll analyze fictional characters in TV, comics and video games, and emphasize the effects these characters have on future media and the representation of women.
Last week I highlighted Stahma Tarr, a great character from a SyFy show called Defiance. I brought up how even the most sci-fi show can incorporate women’s equality, and even marriage equality issues. If you’ve not heard of it, you should chec
Dan's WWE Brief-Per-View: Night Of Champions 2014So Night Of Champions wasn't really worth it in the end. Maybe I shouldn't say it say it like it that, perhaps 'wasted' would be a better term. Through my eyes, some decent matches were fought tonight. But considering how none of the matches were brought up as a true rivalry, almost every match had me wondering 'Why are they fighting again?' The WWE put so much time and effort into the pathetic Bella twin storyline and focused so much on Cena vs. Lesnar that no one else had time to develop anything. None of the matches (excluding Henry vs. Rusev and Cena vs. Lesnar) were personal. It was basically just the title holder had a match two or three weeks ago and eventually someone threw an extra punch and the #1 Contender was decided that way. These matches could have served a better purpose, not just to serve a pay-per-views' stipulation.
I give WWE Night of Champions 2014 a 6 out of 10.
Odder produktionsskoles musiklinje(Den her tekst ser bedre ud på min tumblr: http://yinrae.tumblr.com/post/97952470560/odder-produktionsskoles-musiklinje )
Tidligere i går fik jeg en sms fra min førhenværende musiklærer:
"Kære gamle elever på Odder produktionsskole. Jønne of jeg har brug for jeres hjælp.Musikværkstedet læner sig op af en lukning grundet faldene elevtal. Vi vil derfor bede jer om at være ambassadørerfor skolen og fortælle om hvordan i har haft det på produktionsskolen rundt omkring i jeres netværk. Vi vil virkelig sætte pris på jeres hjælp. Kh. Jønne og Jeppe."
Så her er jeg. Jeg har et meget begrænset netværk så jeg skriver på nettet, det er det eneste jeg rigtigt kan gøre. Hvis du er interesseret i min oplevelse så læs videre.
Odder produktionsskole er for unge mellem 16 og 25, som:
* Er skoletrætte.
* Er droppet ud.
* Vil lære om noget de er interessere
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Parenting for Sex AddictsThe half-day.
We are not those folks that need an occasion to try. And that’s what they call it, too. Trying. As if the very idea of it is taxing. It’s not taxing and we are not those people.
No. We do not go by some magical calendar. Schedules aren’t really our thing in general. That’d be too organized. Too stuffy. Too… I don’t know… too planned. And we’re not the type of people whom plan.
If we could—plan—our lives would be much different. I think. It’s hard to say because this is how we’ve always been.
Our very togetherness is a result of impulse. I’m almost certain that the amount of time it took us to decide to move in together was significantly shorter than the amount of time it took us to remember each other’s names. We might have had our first conversation moments after that first… what I mean to say is we didn’t plan. Because planning would have been much t
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