Monthly Archives: July 2019

Who are You Calling a Philistine?

It’s All Greek to Me Recent news has come out that the Philistines may have actually come from Greece. That makes them “Westerners” to our way of thinking. But it makes the pejorative term ‘philistine’ suddenly suspect. Have we been … Continue reading

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The Rational Way to Spiritual Healing

I’m Just Going Down to the Pub to Do a Few Miracles What a title, eh? Colin Bloy first published this book in 1990, and it was reprinted again in 1991. This version is newly minted, newly printed, thanks to … Continue reading

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Whether You Believe It or Not!

Just Think About It! I’ve been a diabetic for 16 years. My father suffered from it, too. It’s the ‘silent’ epidemic ruining the lives of a great many people. The thing is, it kills you. I’ve been reading a book … Continue reading

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Is God on Our Side?

Does the Universe have Our Back? I was reading an article online that had been linked to us by the leader of our Faith & Science group, and then it struck me: most of us think that if we are … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s Solar Eclipse

This was the view from my back yard at the precise moment of the total solar eclipse when it was crossing South America. Not very spectacular, eh? But I have a great excuse: the path of totality was mostly over … Continue reading

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