Doctor Who: The Gnostic View of the Great Controversy

   Doctor Who: The Gnostic View of the Great Controversy  Errone Kemp  Introduction  Doctor Who, a show originally created in 1963 takes its viewers on a journey of a time-traveling extraterrestrial human-looking being that is said to be from a planet called Gallifrey. This extraterrestrial human-like being called The Doctor, who is a ‘Time Lord’; …

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Achan’s Blunder

As we walk in the spiritual footsteps of ancient Israel, there is much that we can learn from their story. One such lesson is that of Achan’s blunder. Israel had crossed over the Jordan and was about to overtake Jericho. The command came from Joshua to the people saying: “By all means abstain from the …

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Ready. Set. Go!

In a very short time the new augmented reality game Pokemon Go has gotten people off their couches more than a Fitbit has in months. But is it here today and gone tomorrow? We live in an age of fast paced information and short attention spans. Or do we? Perhaps it’s symptomatic behavior, after all …

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A Dinosaur and His Boy

This Thanksgiving Pixar is releasing another animated film.  It’s titled “The Good Dinosaur”. Here is the description from Pixar: The Good Dinosaur asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? Pixar Animation Studios takes you on an epic journey into …

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Christ’s Metric Alone

Christ’s Metric Alone   Ever heard the expression “Numbers don’t lie”? I put that line in the same file as “…but names will never hurt me”. The truth is that numbers can tell more than one story. Take Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. Both are “followed” by tens of thousands on Twitter, but only 60% …

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Exodus: gods & kings

Exodus: gods & kings An epic disaster of Biblical proportions. By Siebbi (Christian Bale) The latest Bible movie Hollywood has to offer, directed by Ridley Scott and staring Christian Bale, is taking liberties with the Bible account, just like Darren Aronofsky did with Noah. It shouldn’t be surprising that this film kept a tighter reign …

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Maybe MPAA should stand for My Parents Actually Approve You’ve probably heard that orange is the new black.  But you probably haven’t heard that PG-13 is the new R. According to a new study published in the Journal of Pediatrics it’s evident that we are seeing marked change in ratings for movies because parents are …

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Game Over

Game Over   Thinking back, I must have been about 14. I was angry. But I wasn’t just angry all the time or at everything like some teenagers.  I was angry when I didn’t win, when I didn’t master the next level as I manipulated the handheld game. It was Mortal Kombat on the Sega …

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7 Celebrities Whose Children Watch Little or No TV

7 Celebrities Whose Children Watch Little or No TV Gwyneth Paltrow While she does let her kids watch tv, she only lets them do so in a foreign language, Spanish or French. Georges Biard [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons By Felicity_Huffman_in_Oscar_de_la_Renta.jpg: The Heart Truthderivative work: RanZag (Felicity_Huffman_in_Oscar_de_la_Renta.jpg) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons William H Macy Along …

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