Posts Tagged ‘Misc.’

April 11th, 2021 - 4:08 am § in Misc.

SUNDAY REVELATIONS: Bible Offers Dates for The Ice Age!

When Was the Ice Age in Biblical History? After two centuries of research, we now have enough information to begin recreating scenes from the rise and fall of the Ice Age. As a massive ice sheet expanded over Canada, it drove out most living things, and then it continued to push south into the Ohio [...]

March 14th, 2021 - 4:51 am § in Misc.



February 28th, 2021 - 12:35 am § in Misc.



February 7th, 2021 - 1:15 am § in Misc.

Sunday Revelations:Where Did Cain Get his Wife?

from Pharyngula People keep asking me this question after the creationist event here in town — Mortenson spoke about how creationism is so much more egalitarian than evolution, and how the Bible talks about these wonderful things people did in the book of Genesis, like Cain going out and founding [...]

January 10th, 2021 - 5:54 am § in Misc.

SUNDAY REVELATIONS: God writes about Bibles

God Spews As what is, My view is simply that of reality and using all tools you can employ to see reality, is true worship of Me. History, conveyed through the word, is one of those tools. When humans canonize My word, or worse impose My authority on their words, they assume Godly powers.  This [&h[...]

December 23rd, 2020 - 1:26 am § in Misc.

Celebrating the Sacrifice of the Ear

December 23, 1888 Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh cuts off his own left ear, or at least part of the earlobe, after a row with fellow artist and close friend, Paul Gauguin. The incident happened in Arles, where van Gogh was living in a rented studio. The Dutchman, then aged 35, had long suffered repea[...]

October 25th, 2020 - 12:49 am § in Misc.

SUNDAY REVELATIONS: Debating Jesus’ Existance

Did Jesus Exist? – Part 10 July 15, 2013 By Bradley Bowen 1 Comment In my previous post on this topic, I argued that we need to answer 44 specific questions in order to come up with fact-based initial evaluation of Bart Ehrman’s Seven Gospels Argument (SGA). The first question is whether Mark (o[...]

September 9th, 2020 - 12:14 am § in Misc.

Boston Police Strike

On September 9, 1919, Boston Police Department officers went on strike at 5:45 p.m. Of the department’s 1,544 personnel, 1,117 (72 percent) refused to report for work. Governor Coolidge assigned 100 members of the state’s Metropolitan Park Police Department to replace the striking officers, but [...]

May 22nd, 2020 - 6:55 am § in Misc.

Summer Soon

Original Cover Painting for Tarzan Comics by Mo Gollub – (Dell, 1955). This is a cover painting of Tarzan facing down a snarling leopard high in the treetops. Oil on artboard, from Jockohomo[...]