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By Miri Fern
A retelling of the Bible in more cerebral terms, from the Void, to Genesis, throughout human history.
By Alfred Thames
Thinking is not driven by answers but by questions. Had no questions been permitted to be asked by those who seek knowledge, it signals the tragic end of wisdom, understanding and insight of the seeker. And, of course, an end to knowledge itself.Â Every declarative statement of truth is an...
By Albert Grayson
If there is a drive in an individual to know the truth, it begins by the recognition of the importance of knowing that truth. Doubts and uncertainties can become a driving force in our quest for truth. This drive is focused through questions that the seeker formulates and then seeks to find the...
I wrote this 3 weeks after my brother Aaron died. It meant alot to me, but unfortunately the Pastor did not respond in the way that I had hoped. I wrote this in March 2009, and I must admit I have back-slidden terribly and even ashamed to admit that I believe in Christ. I have become an...
By Day Star
People's view of God, how God is in reality, what about hell and love and all that...
This is based on an actual occurence from the workplace! It could have been considered humor, but it does have some deeper, moral messages--I think! Anyway, I can never get over how some people seem to have all kinds of luck even in adverse situations.
By Martin Applefat
A story about two crows; crows that talk. Talk about things.
Short Story | Updated Nov 25, 2009 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Day Star
Should you be afraid of being deceived by the tricks and snares of satan or can you depend on God to protect you and keep you safe from being deceived?
By Toni Roman
It's your choice: read this story or not. Or maybe you have no choice, your genes and your cultural conditioning prevent you from reading this. Your genes make you dyslexic. Your cultural conditioning won't allow you to go outside your comfort zone. The machines are right.
Humans have no...
We are endowed by nature and grace with extra ordinary activity; our corporal and spiritual passions are constantly excited. Our body must be supported by food and sleep, and if it is indulged, it desires to be cherished, it requires enjoyments and comforts, and the more its desires are...