Five Common Myths!

1) Drinking eight glasses of water 

a day is good for everyone. Actually 
it can be harmful. Here's a secret
that few know:
Tea, Coffee, Coke, 

Watermelon & Lemonade
ALL contain
mostly water! No 

one knows who started this 
fallacious statement: DETAILS!!!

2) SPAM is bad for you. It may 

be bad for your ISP and a few 
folks that need desperately to 
get a life but the rest of us can 
use the delete button efficaciously. 
Just ignore it - recent government 
studies have shown that it has never
caused early death except among 

those whose assimilative systems 
are wound too tightly from their 
alimentary canals to their whoopees... 

3) Self Esteem is the most important 

thing in a person's life. Actually self 
esteem means self love which is 
another way to describe pride, 
selfishness, spoiled children and 
childish adults. Self worth is 
essentially the same as self esteem. 
Please introduce me to folks who 
are selfless, forgiving considerate, 
generous, big hearted, magnanimous, 
altruistic... Details!!!

4) The world is billions of years old. 

No one was around then to know. 
There's really better proof that it's
thousands of years old. Actually, 

there was Someone around then and 
He made it and gave all of us a brief
picture of what He did in Genesis 1 - 3. 

You can go to this site: HERE!!! to find 
some PhD types that agree. Details!!!

5) To become a Christian you either 

need to join a church or be good 
enough. Going to church does not 
make one a Christian anymore than 
walking into a garage makes one 
an automobile or sticking your 
head into an oven makes you a 
cookie. Forget being good enough 
because you would have to be 
absolutely perfect your entire 
life and only One has ever 
done that.  DETAILS!!!

Dr. Howdy

1 comment:

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