Saturday, May 26, 2007


A new age of enlightenment is beginning in this country. It is evident, for example, in the opening of the Creation Museum in Kentucky May 28. This story has graced the pages of many media outlets on the Internet lately.

One story which I read at, states that the museum's opening "has drawn snickers from media and condemnation from U.S. scientists." (emphasis mine) Let's be accurate: left-wing media snickers at Biblical accounts of history; and, unbelieving atheistic scientists condemn a Biblical foundation for science.

Well, now that I've cleared the air on that, let me also quote the article where Dr. Eugenie Scott, executive director of the National Center for Science Education, says, "Teachers don't deserve a student coming into class saying 'Gee Mrs. Brown, I went to this fancy museum and it said you're teaching me a lie.' "

Why not? Do students deserve a teacher who misleads them, even if the teacher firmly believes what is being taught? No. They deserve a Biblical account for history and science.

I am all for a return to God in all things--not abandoning true science and history. But using the foundation God gave us in His Word and in His Son, Jesus Christ, we can preserve the heritage of our country and hopefully stave off the onslaught which Satan mounts against God's people.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

What's In A Name? (Or, I AM Your Steppingstone)

Now that's a nice name for a blog, isn't it?

A Blog For All Seasons...

... is a place to go when you're feeling blue--or green!
... is a blog for all seasons!!!
... is a steppingstone on the Information Superhighway!!!


Monday, May 7, 2007


The only problem with blogging every day is that you have to come up with something new EVERY DAY!!! Now that doesn't sound too difficult for the average Joe or Jane Blogger. But to someone who does not make his or her living with words, it can be a taxing proposition. They call it "writer's block." Whatever the appropriate term is, it can be devastating.

For example, I am listening to Gary DeMar online. I am also blogging. Perhaps the fear of looking stupid makes me think twice--or thrice--about everything I type--and say! So much so that I find myself hyphenating!!!

I've lost all my readers. Perhaps I can gain them back...

But for now, bedtime.

Saturday, May 5, 2007


That's what blogging is!!!

It is a process by which one wracks his or her left- and right-brains in order to make one's voice "heard" online. The object is to overcome any sense of hopeless anonymity and sameness, and produce something worthy of someone else's readership.

Now I'm under no delusions that I might one day command the attention (and dollars) of thousands in the vast expanse of the English-speaking community. But creative writing is just that: a challenge to say something worthwhile in an original way. My English teachers hammered that point home many times, no matter how badly my romanticized memory recalls it.

There have been many journalists who discharged their duties faithfully in the newsroom. Once in a while, one strikes a chord that resonates above the tone of cliche and hits the bullseye. That's what we all strive for in the whole mundane yet wonderful process.

Now I don't purport to be a journalist--only a blogger. Very seldom do I recall reading such inspiring prose in a periodical that made me feel glad that I can read and write. Perhaps it was a newspaper article, a magazine column, or some piece of writing somewhere that spoke to my heart in a timeless and eternal way.

The ultimate book to read is, of course, the Bible. You cannot find more inspirational prose, poetry, history and prophecy, allegory and narrative. Praise the Lord!


It has been almost a month since I last posted an entry. Have I dried up? I have only been inspired enough to blog today. I have been a consumer more than a producer online lately. I must admit, this blog thing is not for the faint of heart. Originality is the watchword of blogging, and of any other creative process.

I would like to know one thing: does anybody really know what time it is? Does anybody really care (about time). And so I can't imagine why we've all got time enough to cry. (Courtesy: Chicago)

That was my effort to prime the pump of originality and creativity, and get the juices flowing.

How does one keep a positive tone in his or her blog? Well, one must assume a superior attitude and posture which eschews all compromise with mediocrity. One must channel a British alter ego from the imagination to the keyboard with a minimum of hindrance. Of course, this would only work with an English blog, you see.

Anyway, the cutting edge of today's mass media IS THE BLOGOSPHERE. The ongoing challenge of blogging is to rise above the din of mediocrity and the morass of mundane verbosity, in order to blaze a trail of thought which would spur the reader to some new level of insight or wisdom which was heretofore never experienced! I believe this glorifies God our Creator, when we rise above our circumstances and soar on eagle's wings. See what I mean?

Well, I must wind up today's post. For better or worse, there it is.