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Exactor Mortis

By gcadmin on Saturday, February 29th, 2020 in Jesus, Philosophy, Religion.

Cross

The Roman civilisation lasted for centuries and at one stage spanned almost all the known world. Many have studied the reasons for it’s success. No doubt the Romans were meticulous organisers and documenters, keeping detailed records at the time. …




The Bible – Is it Fake News?

By gcadmin on Saturday, February 1st, 2020 in Bible, Religion.

Reading Bible

 How Factual is the Bible?

An important point to note is that the accuracy of the bible in terms of factual content is not that important – at least not the main point.
Like the lessons in many fairy …




“Be Grateful” – Science says it is good for you

By gcadmin on Tuesday, October 15th, 2019 in Bible, GCLens, Jesus.

Why be Grateful?
For many, life can be very tough indeed.  It could be from  circumstance, bad luck, malevolence – and no doubt people suffer, and they even die.  Many times this can seem  “unfair” – Life can be brutal.



Jesus was Impressive

By gcadmin on Thursday, August 1st, 2019 in Jesus, Philosophy.

Baby Jesus Walks

Funny right? Baby Jesus may well have been walking on water, but if this did happen Mary was just being a true mother and celebrating the achievement of her son. She was having a purely joyous moment seeing her son …




Religion of Science followers – the faithful are way ahead of you

By gcadmin on Monday, July 29th, 2019 in Creator, Philosophy, Religion.

God Buffering

“Far from disproving the existence of God, astronomers may be finding more circumstantial evidence that God exists.”
― Robert Jastrow (NASA Astrophysicist)
Science
‘Science’ has delivered an enormous amount of knowledge since it exploded exponentially in the last few centuries. …




Faith – It’s more than rational

By gcadmin on Sunday, June 30th, 2019 in Jesus, Philosophy.

Faith and Praying

People of “faith” are often criticised as believing in irrational and unprovable things.
Bishop Barron explains faith in a simple but clear way.
“Faith – It’s not sub rational, It’s supra rational.”
Meaning that faith takes the rational as a …




Pick Up Your #$@ Cross

By gcadmin on Wednesday, June 26th, 2019 in Jordan Peterson, Philosophy.

Pick Up Your Cross

“When you have people relying on you, you don’t get to
quit. People die if you quit. They suffer if you quit.

 
I like the Christian metaphor. It’s like pick
up your bloody cross and walk up the …




He is Risen – The Prodigal Dude is thankful

By gcadmin on Sunday, May 5th, 2019 in Jesus, Jordan Peterson, Philosophy.

Prodigal Dude - Calf Training

“Welcome back PRODIGAL Dude … I’ll chat with you after I finish Day ONE of
my new `THINNED CALF` exercise regimen.”
Prodigal Dude

Of course this is cartoon is funny if you recall that the father in the …




Jesus died – could this be testing on the Creators computer system?

By gcadmin on Friday, April 19th, 2019 in Computer Technical, GCLens, Jesus, Philosophy, Religion, Virtual.

Cary Cross

What was Jesus doing? Was Jesus dying part of God’s eternal life system test?
Jesus – arguable the most influential historical figure of all time.
There are many historical figures documented with fascinating pasts and influence during their lives and …




Who can you trust when you fall?

By gcadmin on Sunday, February 17th, 2019 in Jesus, Jordan Peterson, Philosophy.

Having Faith

There’s no doubt this cartoon is funny because there are several ways to interpret it.
You can count on Jesus to catch you when you fall –  but who is going to end up with Lucifer?
Surely you can …




 

 

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