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  • Resolving 50 Bible Contradictions from Jesus’ Final Week to His Ascension

    Originally posted on The Domain for Truth:
    This last year I tried to put out more posts resolving Bible contradictions concerning the final week of Christ through His Ascension to add to the list I put out last year.  It takes some time on my part to go through them to provide exegetically sound refutations;…

  • Stop sharia law from becoming US federal law

    WARNING: This post is very urgent and requires your immediate and sincere attention! Both the US Congress and Senate are looking at laws that will make Islamophobia a federal crime. Democrat House Members unanimously voted to empower a Sharia Law edict that prohibits any criticism of Islam. The bill is currently in the Senate. This […]

  • Americans aren’t reading

    According to Pew Research Center, about a quarter of American adults don’t read books at all. In 2018, Pew released figures suggesting that 24 percent of American adults say they have not read a book — in part or whole, in print or electronically or audibly — in the past year. That is a shocking […]

  • Irish ballad – Carrickfergus

    Here is a beautiful Irish song about a woman lamenting the loss of her lover. It is a sad and mournful song, but packs a lot of emotion and warmth. This performance uses Irish Gaelic mixed in with English. The very capable British choral group Voces8 performs featuring soprano Sibéal. She delivers a tender and […]

  • Allegri’s Miserere mei, Deus

    Here is Renaissance composer Gregorio Allegri’s masterpiece of vocal harmony and polyphony Miserere mei, Deus. This chant is performed by the British group, the Tenebrae Choir – conducted by Nigel Short. Chants are performed acapella – only the human voice is used, no instruments. Tenebrae gives a breathtaking performance with amazing pitch, clarity of voices, […]

  • Modern Parenting

    Most kids today are so spoiled, coddled, catered to. It’s disgusting. The way I hear kids in the supermarket talk back to their parents is disheartening. That was NOT tolerated in our home. My father made it very clear what would happen if we disrespected our mother. And I see Moms cooking 10 different dinners […]

  • COVID and The Lunatic Fringe

    During the past 2 years since the SARS-Cov-2 virus emerged as a global pandemic, I’ve been sharing news stories on Facebook. I faced, from the start, enormous and immediate pushback by anti-vaxers. They mocked, belittled, and ridiculed me. I didn’t stoop to their level. I presented the facts with my take on them. This anti-vaxx […]

  • Pittsburgh the City of Bridges

    My city of Pittsburgh has the distinction of having the most bridges which support cars of any city in the world! I’m talking about large sized bridges not tiny wood or stone small bridges over ponds and streams! All of our bridges are capable of handling cars. Other cities have small footbridges, small bridges over […]

  • Emma Kirkby

    Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen by J.S. Bach BWV 51 The first time I heard this performance was in autumn of 1995 at the store Audio Options on Forbes Ave. in Squirrel Hill, a neighborhood of Pittsburgh, with my dear friend Bany. We used to frequently stop by there to see what CDs they had […]

  • Silent Holocaust

    Since 1973 when the US Supreme Court legalized abortion, in the Roe v. Wade case, there have been over 63 million children murdered in cold blood by their mothers! Think of what these children could have accomplished as doctors, engineers, scientists, musicians, artists, filmmakers, teachers, lawyers, etc. I’m convinced someone from this genocide would have […]