“Doctrinal Differences”

OK, I am going over this so-called list of “doctrinal differences” for subjects to explore. This isn’t so much as to try to defend UCG or refute LCG but to promote honest study into matters. However, it is difficult to be even handed when the “Doctrinal Differences Between Living &…

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Moving Day: Families and Separation

Well, I helped to move my daughter into her new apartment yesterday.  She is living off-campus now while she goes to school.  School doesn’t start until next month, so she isn’t really gone yet, but it is a bittersweet event anyhow. Last Sabbath, our congregation heard a sermonette about family. …

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Cashless Society?

Fans of Star Trek probably know that Gene Rodenberry’s futuristic view of the galaxy was that societies would run on a credit system.  This fictitious system would eliminate the need for paper money and coins.  Transactions would be done via centralized computer. Well, banks and credit unions in Australia are…

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America Once Ruled the World

James Quinn at The Cutting Edge wrote a piece on 30 March 2009 called “America Once Ruled the World–The Last Bubble is Bursting”.  It pretty much summed up this financial mess and compared the bursting of the bubble to the previous ones.  Quinn wrote: I’ve scrutinized the four most well…

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