Monday, September 21, 2020
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Defeated by emus

ANGRY BIRDS: Daniel Kuberek recounts Australia's fight against a mob of feathered, flightless foes.


Kent Kingston makes a case for getting outside and going feral.

28 Fundamentals: Why the Sabbath?

Are we, as Sabbath-keepers, fuelling the idea of "Sabbath bondage"? (Fundamental Belief #20)

Between the Commandments and the Sanctuary

We would expect some profound material to fill the “holy space”—those three chapters in Exodus 21–23—between the giving of the Ten Commandments and the instructions for construction of the Sanctuary. We do, but perhaps profound in ways we might not have expected.

Jubilee imagination

The rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting poorer. This is the reality of our world. But it's not how God imagined it.


“Those who fail to learn the lessons of history are destined to repeat them.”

Do numbers count?

In the book of Numbers, God counts his people. In the 1930s, Adolf Hitler counted the Jews. Do numbers count? If so, do they count for something good or bad?

God abides in darkness: exploring God’s abode

If God is light, as He claims to be, why does Moses find Him in the thick darkness (Exodus 20:21)?


What was he thinking? Why would Moses risk his salvation for a sin-laden people like the Israelites?

Money, might and munitions

It’s “easier to start a war than TO END ONE”, observed Nobel Prize winning author Gabriel García Márquez in One Hundred Years of Solitude.
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