Category Archives: The Kingdom of Heaven

Suicide Bombers and The Three Great Religions

Have you never noticed that there are no Jewish suicide bombers? Have you never noticed that there are no Christian suicide bombers? The explanation is not far to seek. A Jew has both feet firmly planted in this, the material … Continue reading

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The Nation That Prays Together . . . .

Two attractive young women entered the restaurant, placed their food orders and sat down at a table. They simutaneously pulled out their smartphones, bowed their heads and silently said “Grace”. “That’s nice”, thought I.   I could be wrong tho … Continue reading

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Check Fraud

Did God create man, or did man create god? We mock and make sport of the ancient gods of Greece and of Rome and countless lesser, much older, and much cruder gods. At what point in the great timeline of … Continue reading

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The Miracle on Greenfield Avenue

The Miracle on Greenfield Avenue According to the on line Macmillan Dictionary a miracle is defined as “an event that cannot be explained according to the laws of nature and is considered to be an act of God”. While the … Continue reading

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I gave up Pączkis for Lent

Terminology: Pączki – a traditional home made European confection nominally prune-filled and lightly dusted with powdered sugar with variations on the theme; a filled pastry. I prefer lemon-filled. Lent – a traditional Christian season of fasting and prayer (nominally 40 … Continue reading

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The Christmas Gift

This morning I told my son I got him a Christmas present but I didn’t want to give it to him because doing so would just spoil the surprise. We argued a bit over this and I continued to adamantly refuse … Continue reading

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Marriage

Marriage Defined To simply define marriage is like giving away the punchline before telling the joke. It’s just not funny. There are certain concepts, terms and ideas that the reader must first fully comprehend before reaching an understanding of the … Continue reading

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