Flotsam & Jetsam (2/7)

The Elk That Got Away – Okay, talk about a hunting experience that got close up and personal.

Something We Can All Agree On – Kevin DeYoung writes, “Why can’t all the professing Christians in the world look past their differences and just get along? Because some of those differences are irreconcilable. Most significantly and most foundationally, the three main branches of Christianity in this country–Roman Catholic, Liberal Protestant, and Evangelical Protestant–do not agree on the locus of authority. We don’t answer the question, “What is our final authority?” in the same way.”

Do You Think I Could Be A Writer? – Answer: Do you like sentences?

Prayer Journal – This one’s for the ladies, but the men should pay attention too…

Rapture: May 21, 2011 – Gary Demar over at the AV blog says, “Predictions of the rapture are no new thing as the image to the left shows. In spite of the failure of his 1994 rapture prediction, Harold Camping is predicting May 21, 2011 as the date the rapture will take place. American Vision is so confident that Camping is wrong, we are holding our National Prophecy Conference just a few weeks after his predicted rapture date…”

National Archives Experience – Wow. Just wow. This is too cool.

“Books, not authors, decide when they want
to be written.” ~ Lloyd Alexander

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