Archive | April, 2006

Breaking the Da Vinci Code : Answers to the Questions Everyone's Asking

Breaking the Da Vinci Code : Answers to the Questions Everyone's Asking

Breaking the Da Vinci Code : Answers to the Questions Everyone’s Asking by Darrell L. Bock Having buried my head in the sand, I figured that with the upcoming release of the movie based on Dan Brown’s novel _The Da Vinci Code_ that I had better get acquainted. A couple of weeks ago I read […]

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Trinidad's opposition leader jailed for two years

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (Reuters) – Trinidad and Tobago’s opposition leader, Basdeo Panday, was sentenced to two years in jail on Monday after he was found guilty of failing to declare a London bank account while prime minister of the energy-rich Caribbean nation. Read the Yahoo! News story.

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Review: Awesome God

!(>http://www.bahula.ca/gallery/d/4391-1/awesomegodcd.jpg 150×150 (Awesome God CD cover)! Some months ago I heard of an offer to receive a free CD in exchange for reviewing it on my blog. After receiving the CD and enjoying it with our children, I neglected to write the review. I was reminded of it again on Saturday as I overheard our […]

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free e-book: Where There is No Doctor

The classic text _Where There Is No Doctor_ by David Werner is now available as a free e-book. There are individual PDF files for each chapter. Check it out at http://www.healthwrights.org/books/WTINDonline.htm

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Hindu, Christian worshippers flock to Siparia statue

Scores of Hindus from different parts of Trinidad were at the Church of La Divina Pastora, Siparia, yesterday paying homage to the Catholic statue of La Divina Pastora which Hindus call “Sopari Mai”. Read the rest of the Trinidad Express article.

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The best outreach opportunity in 2,000 years?

bq. Less than *one-tenth of one percent* of those who saw [ _The Passion of the Christ_ ] stated that they made a profession of faith or accepted Jesus Christ as their savior in reaction to the film’s content. This according to George Barna. I don’t often find myself agreeing with Brian McClaren; however, he […]

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Evangelistic effort?

bq. It takes 86 church members in America one year to reach a person for Christ. So says Thom Rainer. Even if the research is only somewhat accurate, this is concerning. Where is our evangelistic zeal?

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Libronix graphical queries and Preservation of Scripture

Recently on the Logos blog, Daniel Foster posted about using the Graphical Query Editor. There’s a link to a Graphical Query Editory Tutorial and to a user’s post who presents a graphical query to search for a doctrinal concept, “preservation of Scripture”. I had been thinking about this topic while in Trinidad and planned to […]

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T&T among top 6 homicidal nations

TRINIDAD and Tobago has become more homicidal than Jamaica-while murders are decreasing there, the murder rate here is steadily on the rise. Read the rest of the Trinidad Express article.

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Sans Papyrus?

In the same vein, can you live without Papyrus? Using a font just to use it: Papyrus : The Soapbox by 420 Design

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