Thursday, December 27, 2007

Politics won't save us, but...

...please don't vote for Huckabee in the primaries. When I have more time, I'm going to write a more complete article about why Christians should vote for Ron Paul in the primaries.

The media are denouncing Paul because he's a fruitcake and he wants to change things. Well, the government needs to be changed. We need to realize that just because something operates a certain way, does not mean it is the RIGHT way.

Was there a Department of Homeland Security 4 years ago? Dad, do you remember when FEMA was created? 1979. One year later, the government bloated itself by creating the Department of Education? Does anyone know for what this department is responsible? The IRS has been around a little bit longer, but the only reason the IRS is around is to fund the swollen budget, pork projects, and illegal departments. Obviously, the founders of the constitution did not feel it necessary to create more federal government to deal with these things. They purposefully left the responsibilities for these tasks to the states.

I'm glad Bush nominated some conservative judges, but he has not followed the Constitution, and our country will suffer for it for a long time...Huckabee will follow in Bush's footsteps, who was simply following in the footsteps of many presidents before him down the path, ingloriously paved with the remnants of the Constitution.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

From where did the 1st star come?

This being the Christmas season many of you have no doubt read the gospel account recorded by Matthew when he writes about the “star” that guided the wise men from the East. I have no idea how God could have used a star to lead men across the desert to honor the young Savior, but I believe that he did it. For some reason winter seems like the best time to view stars, so if it is clear where you live, get out tonight and marvel at the uncountable points of light and give God the glory…even though it’s not technically winter for 2 more days.

Have you ever heard the materialist's description of the origin of stars? It goes something like this (from Wikipedia):

“A star begins as a collapsing cloud of material composed primarily of hydrogen, along with helium and heavier trace elements. Once the stellar core is sufficiently dense, some of the hydrogen is steadily converted into helium through the process of nuclear fusion… The formation of a star begins with a gravitational instability inside a molecular cloud, often triggered by shockwaves from supernovae (massive stellar explosions) or the collision of two galaxies.”

Essentially, this is a “Which came 1st, the chicken or the egg?” problem. According to their own theory on star formation, the explosion of a star is needed to create a star…in some cases, entire galaxies of stars are needed to create stars.

(If you get frustrated with large numbers, you can skip ahead to the last sentence of this paragraph for the clincher.)

Most everyone agrees that there are many, many stars. Some estimates indicate that there are about 100 billion galaxies each containing about 200 billion stars. If we allow for the timeline of the materialists of about 20 billion years, then we can setup a simple math equation that shows the number of stars forming every year without the interaction of God. 100,000,000,000 X 200,000,000,000 / 20,000,000,000 = 1,000,000,000,000 (1 trillion) stars forming every year for 20 billion years. The most staggering way to put this is that on average, approximately 31,700 stars have formed every SECOND for 20 billion years!

As staggering as those numbers are, more compelling is the fact that no one has EVER seen the formation of a single star. And in the face of this devastating evidence, they expect us to believe that each of those trillions of stars formed by the explosion of a previous star. There are more reasons why materialist’s theories are wrong, but I don’t have the time to recount all of them here.

Psalms 19:1 The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.

“Thank you, Lord, for sending your Son to die for my sins.”


One of the reasons that those in favor of infanticide (also known as pro-choicers) give for allowing abortion in our country is that "women will get an abortion one way or another...either in an abortion clinic - if they are available, or they will go have back-alley abortions."

Well, it looks like Planned Parenthood's clinics are little more than back-alley clinics anyway since they are unwilling to comply with health standards of REAL health clinics.