Andrew Christian

12 Dec 18
StopAndPrayTV

Two separate sources recently questioned the historicity of Jesus. But let us set the record straight. First, on a comedy show on TBS, “The Guestbook,” just before Christmastime, one of the characters likened belief in Jesus to belief in Santa. The episode is called, “Tonight you become a man”—where a character supposedly becomes an adult […]

12 Dec 18
Two Brothers Weblog

BY FAZALE RANA – JULY 11, 2017 The Thai liver fluke causes quite a bit of human misery. This parasite infects fish living in the rivers of Southeast Asia, which, in turn, infects people who eat the fish. Raw and fermented fish make up a big part of the diet of people in Southeast Asia. For example, in […]

12 Dec 18
Separate-Holy

Mat 22.37 “Jesus said unto him, ‘Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart… with all thy soul…with all thy mind’”   “Friends, you must have the fuss taken out of your heart if you ever see God.” – H Robb French, “8-Rm.House” (sermon)   “Read your Bible, Pray every day, Pray […]

11 Dec 18
The Tents of Shem

This is a database (or will be) of my references to the church fathers.  People ask me, “So what should I read?”  This might help. Michael Haykin’s group came up with its recommended reading list.  It’s worth considering, though here is my own list.  I am skipping some otherwise seminal individuals, simply to make this list […]

11 Dec 18
Turning Up the Mike: Musings on Sports

Week 14 in the NFL brought us plenty of excitement. From perhaps the most memorable play of the year to Patrick Mahomes coming up Patrick Mahomes again, the week swung plenty of playoff possibilities. Titans 30, Jaguars 9 (Thurs.): Where did this game come from for Derrick Henry? The Alabama product, who has had a […]

11 Dec 18
M-SABR

Can the Brewers build upon their fantastic run in 2018 or will the Cubs (or someone else) take the crown?

11 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
STEVEN NAISMITH reckons Hearts gaffer Craig Levein is much calmer than he used to be. Hearts boss Levein hasn’t been afraid to air his opinions in his second spell in charge at Tynecastle. Naismith says Levein is a lot calmer than he used to be Refs Bobby Madden and Andrew Dallas were his most recent targets, after their decisions went against the Jambos. Levein was Naisy’s Scotland gaffer too, and their close bond was a major factor in the striker’s loan move to Gorgie. Naismith, 32, is sure Levein, who suffered a health scare earlier this season, is more relaxed than ever. Naismith said: “As a manager Craig Levein has definitely changed from when I first met him with Scotland. The Jambos boss has hit out at a number of officials “He’s not as hands-on day to day, but that could have been down to him being an international boss, and having you for ten days. “He delegates to his coaches. For me, to see an experienced manager do that is great. There’s nothing worse than seeing a frustrated young coach. “Craig’s also mellowed a bit I think. He only brings his wrath when it’s really needed! “Again, he’s probably built that up because the experienced boys in the changing room will do a lot of his donkey work there. “From speaking to him, I think the health scare gave him a bit of a fright. But that would be the same for anyone in that situation. “He was back two weeks later. The gaffer is straight and honest. He doesn’t mess about or hold a grudge. As an employee, he is a great boss. Naismith was serving Christmas dinner to people affected by homelessness “Craig will listen to what you have to say. I like the way he works, and what he wants to do as a manager. “Maybe it’s also a time in my career when I’m a bit older and have more experience, so he asks my opinion on things. The whole package is nice. “I don’t think I’ve met anyone who loves a club as much as Craig does Hearts. He’s there for our training in the morning then stays all night. “He knows every academy kid’s name and their background, which is rare in a football club. It’s an enjoyable environment to be in.” Naismith is working his way back to fitness after being ruled out with a knee injury since October that needed surgery. Last Saturday’s victory over Motherwell was the Jambos’ first win since he’s been absent. Naisy has targeted the trip to Aberdeen a week on Saturday for his comeback. His loan deal expires at the end of the season, as does his Norwich contract, but he’d be happy to extend his stay at Tynecastle beyond that. The striker admits he hopes to be stay at Hearts next season Naismith added: “I think there’s a good chance. I’d be raging if the manager didn’t want me to stay! I get the impression he wants me to stay. But he’s not come out and said ‘We want you to stay’. “But reading between the lines he does. He thinks I can do a lot at Hearts, and the club would do what they can to get me to stay on. “I’ve loved every minute of my time here. The routine is perfect for me and it works. The relationship between us is good. We’re honest with each other. [article-rail-curated title=”RELATED STORIES” selected_posts=”3605196,3606979,3606716,3603090,3603280,3611630″ /] “I agreed to come last summer, but then didn’t sign the deal for a week. There’s a good chance I’ll stay and that’s what I said to Craig. “I’ve loved every minute of it, but I’ll take the time, and like every move I’ve had you will get the feeling if it’s right, and I’ll see where I end up in the summer.” NOT DUNNE YET Jimmy Dunne hoping for Hearts return after returning to Burnley Hearts’ reputation was damaged last weekend, after two fans were arrested for allegedly hurling racist abuse at Motherwell sub Christian Mbulu. Naismith said: “It’s embarrassing for Hearts as a whole, because you know the people inside the club want the best for it. “Someone said it’s the dinosaur age. It is, it was shocking. The world is moving so far and so fast, and yet you still have idiots who act like they are back in the stone age.” Naismith was speaking at Renfield St Stephen’s Church as he sponsored a festive lunch for Glasgow’s homeless with charity Loaves and Fishes for the eighth successive year. Loaves and Fishes is an organisation which helps the city’s homeless, and also operates a food bank in East Kilbride. Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers from Scottish football plus fixtures, results and live match commentary [bc_video video_id=”5978298281001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Napoli fan in tears after just 34 minutes at Anfield after Mo Salah’s opening goal for Liverpool”]
11 Dec 18
futuristguy

1 – A Paradigm Profile and Cultural GPS of the Christian Wing(s) of the #MeToo Movement 1 – A Paradigm Profile and Cultural GPS of the Christian Wing(s) of the #MeToo Movement. This two-part article is the most technical in the series, but foundational to all else in analyzing this movement’s paradigm, problems, and possibilities. […]

11 Dec 18
GOOL24.NET

Liverpool ayaa si laayableh ugu soo baxday wareega 16ka kooxood ee UEFA Champions League kadib markii ay 1-0 ku garaacday kooxda Napoli kulan cajiib ah ahaa oo ay Reds min bilaw ilaa dhamaadkii awooda sare lahayd balse ay fursad lumin aan la rumaysan karin soo bandhigtay. Dhinaca kale kooxda Tottenham ayaa Barcelona la soo gashay […]