In Bush junior's late period, natter among Govt. high-ups wasn't kind toward conservative evangelicals. Anecdotal evidence came out eavesdropping the lowdown. How 'they smile in your face/all the time they want to take your place/the back stabbers'.
White House visits pleased neo-con-ish Christian's snug with Jesus in . . .
BBC unveils George Orwell in bronze, outside their fake-news outpost. How post... modern of them. Especially considering the quote;
The quotation is from a proposed preface to Animal Farm, which was never used: "If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear."
Jennings says . . .
What I like so much about the Bible is it fits and especially to those in trouble. Why like so much. For instance, having material and/or possibly social disadvantages, downtrodden -- in luck or otherwise -- is yet, a blessed opportunity. Low us becomes a form of exalted. Where failure becomes an entrance, humility the highest virtue.
And . . .
Think it's important errors are admitted. Easy to pretend to forget, said blah-blah-blah and got it wrong. And, would we ever... get to drop, the false, off the flag?
Wondered if we'd ever see this and an altogether genuine looking stand-alone terror-able. No question. At least with less bells that we cannot pretend . . .
Uncontrolling Love: Essays Exploring the Love of God, with Introductions by Thomas Jay Oord.
Told someone would review this while specifically asking they not re-tweet or what have you, conceivably signposting TS among the open theist crowd.
Put in sufficient effort and discipline might likely warrant passing on in making some reasonably . . .
After this, going on Plant a Seed to write about and from, 'unless God'. Verses that include; '...watchers in vain'. Scanning with a heavy heart, for me, a barren internet. Thousands of hours to listen/watch and not up-for but hardly much to read. Actually, comments can provide some respite and in this -- hope.
The . . .
Image above displays about 20% -- with any deep insight -- of claimed to be false-flags over the past few years. Accompanying a weary critique and; 'Conspiracy theorists like to call just about anything a "false flag" now'.
No actually. Talking to a seasoned commentator, again concluding, apart from the suffering of . . .