Morning Exercise!

I've started an exercise program.
I do 20 sit-ups each morning.

That may not sound like a lot,
but you can only hit that snooze
button so many times.

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Professor Howdy said...

by J. Budziszewski
What is the purpose of prayer? Can it change God's mind? These and other
questions are the subject of Theo's thoughts in this month's Ask Theophilus.

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Professor Howdy said...

Joseph Smith, Jr., the acknowledged founder of Mormonism, engaged in many
unbiblical practices, something many Mormon apologists would deny. Mormon
historian D. Michael Quinn's 1987 book, "Early Mormonism and the Magic World
View," convincingly demonstrated that Smith's involvement with the occult
was undeniable. Quinn is a former professor at the Mormon Church-owned
Brigham Young University. He was excommunicated in 1993 on the charge of
apostasy. This charge was based on the evidence of his historical writings
exposing the "prophet." Instead of trying to deny Joseph Smith's repeated
involvement with occultic activities, Quinn presented the evidence, which
showed that Smith used seer stones, divining rods, amulets, incantations,
and participated in rituals to summon spirits--all practices forbidden in
the pages of Scripture. Quinn believes that Smith could reliably be called
a "first class" magician. In spite of everything, Quinn remains a faithful
Mormon and still believes that Mormonism's founder was a man of God who
used his magical skills and tools to communicate with the Almighty God of
this universe! Quinn says he "remains a DNA Mormon." (Quinn, "Early Mormonism
and the Magic World View," Signature Books; Revised edition, December 1998)

Professor Howdy said...

A new power is in operation. The Spirit of life in Christ, like a strong wind, has magnificently cleared the air, freeing you from a fated lifetime of brutal tyranny at the hands of sin and death. - Romans 8:2 MSG

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