Do Your Rights Come from God?

There are no “God Given Rights” explicitly laid out in the Bible. The concept of a human rights began in 1215 under the Magna Carta. Rights come from the Government, but God issues principals and values. Not rights. Rights: Rights are inherent to individuals by virtue of their humanity. They are typically regarded as fundamental, …

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UFOs, Aliens and Demons

UFOs, Aliens and Demons; While most Americans are flying rainbow flags and worried about more free stuff, the US government is releasing information saying UFOs are real. I contend the “leap of faith” to believe in extra-terrestrial life is far greater than what’s required for belief in a creator. According to Christian beliefs, demons are …

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God’s Army vs the Transhumanists

Arlington Fishing Club

God’s going to have to recast the source-of-all-evil adulteress as a transhumanist. He must have known this day was coming and used the adulteress as symbolic of anything that presents an ideal world that leads you farther from God. At least the seductress was human with longings, dreams, and weaknesses like all of us. Maybe …

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Where the Brave Go When There’s Nowhere Left to Go: The Story of Colonel Nick “Five Years to Freedom” Rowe

Colonel Nick Rowe

Man, woman, young, old, soldier, civilian—everyone will find the inspiration, comfort, or push they need from James N. Rowe’s story of captivity. The Special Forces Intelligence Officer and man eventually responsible for developing the US Army’s SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape) training program was one of only two men to escape the Viet Cong.

The Military Grace Notes of Winnie-The-Pooh

Winnie-The-Pooh was not written to explain shell shock to a son. (Photo by Ethan Imaap)

So, where did this Pooh-as-PTSD narrative begin? Apparently, a group of Canadian doctors, led by Sarah E. Shea, a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in pediatric behavioral medicine, wrote a paper in the Dec. 12, 2000 edition of the Canadian Medical Association Journal entitled “Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood: a neurodevelopmental perspective on A.A. Milne.” The intent was to poke fun at her profession and to call attention to the ease by which psychologists labeled people, especially children, and then reflexively prescribed medication or a cocktail of medicines.