In a brief exchange in some comments, I had this to say which I wanted to save, so here it is: The idea of the origin of a new species via random gene mutations and natural selection is hard pill to swallow. I don’t find evolutionary theory is anywhere near convincing: as a hypothetical speculation […]
I’m a total amateur at making fursuit parts, but I learned a lot from what other amateurs posted on the Internet, so here’s how I made my first sockpaws: http://wolf.ishly.me/sockpaws-version-1-0/ Hope it helps you along with yours!
As part of my Lenten exercises this year, I am reading a book by Paul Thigpen entitled, “Manual for Spiritual Warfare.” Thus far it has been a very sound and useful read, but a theme (that should be obvious to any Christian) is emerging that has occurred to me before but I’ve never deeply considered. […]
I don’t care what your stance on homosexual marriage is. Someone please tell my why this: http://www.cruxnow.com/life/2015/02/19/judge-washington-florist-who-refused-gay-wedding-broke-law/ http://www.wnd.com/2015/02/judge-authorizes-personal-ruin-for-florist is not horribly and frighteningly wrong for all Americans, gay, straight, or otherwise? If this ruling stands, it will mark the definitive beginning of the end for religious freedom.
I noted again today, in an article discussing the erroneous statement of a CNN anchor about the source of our rights, these words from the Declaration of Independence: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these […]
Lent begins today, as opposed to lint, which is entirely different and requires far less personal commitment. I will be reading “The Manual for Spiritual Warfare” by Paul Thigpen as my Lenten exercise this year. I will also be giving up alcoholic beverages, which, if you read this: http://www.furaffinity.net/view/15487287/ you will see is not a […]