Month: December 2010
Looks like a good portion of the United States is getting blanketed in snow over the next few days. What’s better on a snowy holiday weekend than a pot of homemade soup?Pin It
This is an awesome, hearty soup. It is packed full of good-for-you yumminess and will beat any chicken soup in any can on a grocery store shelf. On a whim one day while making chicken noodle soup, I tossed in a few handfuls of fresh spinach. Oh yes – this took this amazing soup over the edge. Don’t let the winter get by without making yourself a big pot of this – and freeze some for later. You’ll be glad you did.Pin It
I was shopping at Whole Foods one day and saw lamb shank in their meet counter. I’d just put a bunch of fennel in my basket, and when I saw the shank I thought how good a lamb and fennel stew would be. I’d never done stew without beef before, but the final result was amazing.Pin It
Here’s the menu for my family for the week of December 27th. As far as desserts go, we still have some Captain Crunch Candy and some fudge left, but the cookie jar is empty. I will probably make some easy cookie to fill the jar and use the left over marshmallow cream and Rice Crispies from the goodies I made last week and make some Rice Crispies treats. We’ll also make a celebration New Year’s 2011 cake.Pin It
FACT 1: Countless very specific and accurate scientific facts do not reflect Darwinian interpretations.
FACT 2: Countless very specific and accurate points of logic do not reflect Darwinian interpretations.
FACT 3: Many Darwinian interpretations do not agree with many other Darwinian interpretations and are often contradictory or in conflict.
FACT 4: Darwinists resort to threats, ridicule, legal maneuverings, fraud, and excommunication to counter arguments against Darwinism.
CONCLUSION: Darwinists practice censorship to avoid debate that would reveal their theories to be scientifically baseless and logically fallacious.
Hundreds and even thousands of years before Jesus the Messiah was born in Bethlehem, God spoke through men like Moses, David, Isaiah, and Micah to tell us about Christ’s birth, life, death, and resurrection. In order for Jesus to be the true Messiah, He had to fulfill every prophecy that was ever spoken and written about him…and He did. Every single one!