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  1. The Angels Sang

    When someone tells the story of the first Christmas inevitably they come to where the angels announce the birth of the Christ child to the shepherds. It is almost a forgone conclusion that the angels will be singing. Almost inevitably someone will mention that the Bible doesn’t say anything about singing. In one since they are correct. The Bible doesn’t actually say they sing.

    But I put it to you. How could they not sing. As a musician I know the power music holds. Music speaks to ...

    Updated Dec 18th 2008 at 11:26 PM by Cloudwalker

  2. Bands

    A lot of people have asked what bands I like and what I listen to, so here i my list of my favorites (not JUST what I listen to).
    Oh, and this is heavy metal and some -core stuff.

    Good Christian Metal:
    Antestor - Black Metal
    Extol - Melodic Death
    As I Lay Dying - Metalcore
    Demon Hunter - Alt. Metal/Hardcore
    Embodyment - Metalcore
    Virgin Black - Gothic/Orchestral Metal
    No Innocent Victim - Hardcore
    Monsterous - Industrial Metal ...

    Updated Dec 24th 2008 at 04:26 PM by RedBird777

  3. The Water Cycle.

    Amos 9:6 (Written 2800 years ago) "He...calls for the waters of the sea, and pours them out upon the face of the Earth; the Lord is His name."

    The Mississippi River dumps over six million gallons of water per second into the Gulf of Mexico. Where does all the water go? That's just one of thousands of rivers.

    The answer lies in the hydrologic cycle, something that was not fully accepted until the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, 2500 years after the Bible ...
    The Bible knew.
  4. One Sweet Day...

  5. Civilization and its Discontents, Sigmund Freud (book review)

    Why am I posting book reviews? Because reading books is time-consuming. No one wants to spend a month or two reading a lousy book. I'll offer here my "two cents" on whatever book I finish.

    Civilization and its Discontents, Sigmund Freud

    What? Freud? Why would a Christian read Freud? When the average Joe hears "Freud," he thinks of his "pan-sexualist" views, most notably the Oedipus complex. I wanted to read his views for myself because I ...

    Updated Jan 22nd 2009 at 09:01 PM by Biastai (clearer title & error)