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Then said he unto him, A certain man made a great supper, and bade many: and sent his servant at supper time to say to them that were bidden, Come; for all things are now ready. And they all with one consent began to make excuse. So that servant came,… Read More
Article Excerpt: "... In delving into the murky depths of this piece, allow me to share openly that I am not a Christian, though I once was. I am also not an Evolutionist. I am, however, a Creationist, meaning that I believe there must be An Extant Catalyst Reactant Ultimate… Read More
Excerpt from article below; "...This speculatively philosophical article of conjecture1 is written as an exercise in the art of Freethinking in an attempt to drive home a powerful truth which very few (if any) of us wish to accept. Mark Farner, of Grand Funk Railroad, said it best in his… Read More
On the the martyrs and how faith both saves and fortifies. Read More
The Consortium of Witches have stood as a thorn in the side of the faithful for generations. Their corrupting influence has drawn many young followers of the faith into the depths of depravity and sin. That changes today, with defenders of the faithful plunging into the depths of hell itself… Read More
Bestselling author Michael N. Marcus has lived his adult life as a non-believing Jew. Now, at the age of 73, like many senior citizens, he contemplates the future. This book is an exploration of various religions, and beginnings and ends of life. Marcus says, “At my age it’s common to… Read More
A book that links together the histories of Jews, Christians, and Muslims. It begins with the creation of Adam-and-Eve, and it ends with the current struggle between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Read More
i wrote this poem untitled on may 1, 2017. three years later, amidst a pandemic, it has become relevant once again. Read More
Being candid with God is a few heartfelt poems that express my love to Him, the truth of how I sometimes feel, and my hope to trust and obey Him. Read More
I wrote this poem years ago after having a dream.... Read More

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The first part of the 'Flame Deluge' series, set in a post-apocalyptic science fiction world inspired by Walter M. Miller's 'A Canticle for Leibowitz'. It is the year 2049. We follow Martin, a young student living his 'normal' life in post-World War III Poland, where the structures of society are… Read More
This narrative includes an idioms and two epiphanies. Read More
It's an Idiom about the Old Testament Joseph Read More
Views and opinions on how prayer affects salvation, and how salvation moves through prayer Read More
Did Jesus Ascend to Paradise on the Same Day of the Crucifixion? The answer is yes. See below. Read More

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Abducted to be the bride for a cursed king, Lily Jacobson needed to discover the truth behind the shape-shifting citizens and their cursed fate. If she could not break their curse within a fortnight, they would force her to remain within the City of Silver Stone until death. With vague,… Read More

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An Israeli woman and a nun make friends in Jerusalem. Jewish-Christian relations. Read More
To celebrate Christmas, I wrote a poem about the Savior. It is not necessarily about His birth, but it is about the light I feel He brings to my life. #LightTheWorld Read More
This is the real climate change. Read More
Let the words speak for themselves. Read More
This part of my writings is an exploration of the true genius behind every idea that has ever appeared in earthly life. In particular it is about some of the ground-breaking ideas that already have changed our world and will keep on changing it, for example Christianity, socialism, communism and… Read More
It's a Journal about my daily life Read More
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