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Sat, May 30th - 9:51PM


Arthur Custance

Arthur Custance, Ph.D. was a well respected Canadian scientist listed in the 1971 American Men in Science. Dr. Custance contended that we should not allow science to determine what Scripture says. Neither should we allow Scripture to determine what the scientist observes in the laboratory. Yet observed fact in the one cannot, ultimately, conflict with revealed fact in the other. Any conflict, then, is in the interpretation of the facts – not in the facts themselves.

He published more than 60 papers and 6 books. More information is at:
Arthur Custance on Science and Scripture

An excerpt from one of his non-scientific papers is at: Heatilator Fireplace Incident



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Sat, May 23rd - 2:48AM


Jesus' Last Words


Then Jesus said, "Father, forgive them; for they do not know what they are doing" (Luke 23:34)

"Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in Paradise" (Luke 23:43)

"Woman, here is your son." / "Here is your mother." (John 19:26-27)

"My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" (Mark 15:34)

"I am thirsty." (John 19:28)

"It is finished." (John 19:30)

"Father, into your hands I commend my spirit." (Luke 23:46)



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Sat, May 16th - 7:09AM


Principle Types of Prayer

Adoration - Lifting up the heart and mind to God, and enjoying His presence
Praise - God draws us to Him as we worship Him in music and words
Thanksgiving - We thank God the blessings of this life, and for our redemption
Penitence - We confess our sins, with intention to amend our lives
Oblation - We offer ourselves to God for the purposes of God
Intercession - We intercede on behalf of the needs of others
Petition - We pray for our own wants and needs
Corporate Worship - We pray with others and celebrate the sacraments

See Reflections On Prayer by Glenda Meakin



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Sat, May 9th - 2:56AM


Knights Hospitaller of St John

In the 11th century the French nobleman Gerard founded an order to care for sick pilgrims near the Church of Saint John the Baptist in Jerusalem. Then in the 1120's, Raymond du Puy turned the order into a military community known as the Knights Hospitaller of St John. Nursing was not abandoned, but during the Crusades, the monks became much-feared soldiers. Expelled from Jerusalem by the Turks in 1291, they went to Rhodes.

Later, in the 16th century, the order was forced to move to Malta, where it remained until 1798. In 1834, after demonstrating that they had left their military past behind them they order was allowed to settle in Rome.



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Sun, May 3rd - 2:51AM


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