Hans-Joachim Marseille

(12/13/1919 - 9/30/1942)

was a Luftwaffe fighter pilot and flying ace during World War II. He reached the zenith of his fighter pilot career on 1 September 194...

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Born on this Date in 1585

Gerbrand Adriaensz Bredero

was a Dutch poet and playwright in the period known as the Dutch Golden Age....

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Born on this Date in 1754

Louis XVI

was the King of France and Navarre from 177...

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Born on this Date in 1769

George Cuvier

was a French naturalist and zoologist. His most famous work is the R?gne animal distribu? d'apr?s son organisation (1817)....

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Born on this Date in 1847

Sarah Frances Whiting

She was an American physicist and astronomer, and was the instructor to several astronomers. Whiting helped to establish the Wellesley College observatory, Whitin Observatory, of which she became the first director....

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Born on this Date in 1890

Harry Frank Guggenheim

was a United States businessman, diplomat, publisher, philanthropist, and horseman. In March 1917, as the United States moved toward involvement in World War I, Guggenheim bought a Curtiss Flying Boat and took piloting lessons....

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Survey: Most Americans believe government broken

Even though they believe this those that do will never lift a finger to help change things. They simply love to complain and nothing more!

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DavidDifferent — 2010-02-22 11:09:34

Judging the judges

Who do you think the ultimate Judge is who will Judge the actions of these People?

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DavidDifferent — 2009-12-14 13:23:41

Tiger's 'transgressions' may be costly

I don&#

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DavidDifferent — 2009-12-05 09:24:02

Coca-Cola spearheads 1-world climate tax

Cap and trade is not nessicary just get the true solutions from God.

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DavidDifferent — 2009-11-22 10:47:54

"Big Bang" experiment advancing fast

If the experiment had worked a year ago CERN would have been 54. Things will be better for them now. But then they will also learn that they have is because of God, so I guess they have found the God Particle they were after. Dah or is it Doh, as in Homer Simpson.!

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DavidDifferent — 2009-11-21 21:30:06

Huge $10 billion collider resumes hunt for 'God particle'

Finding God doesn&#

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DavidDifferent — 2009-11-11 08:49:36

Norman Levitt dies

17year history of skeptics magazine and 55

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DavidDifferent — 2009-10-30 19:31:46

Dozens in Congress under ethics inquiry

God will embarass the democrates

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DavidDifferent — 2009-10-30 19:11:23

Sting: Obama best person to handle world's 'mess'

Yes, Obama is sent by God. No he is not here to fix the mess he&#

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DavidDifferent — 2009-10-30 14:40:47

Economy grows at best pace in 2 years

The economy is doing better why? Because the government is involved by giving away money. So what will you have when the goverment stops these programs? Back to the same old recession. This is not a fix, new inovative ideas is the way out!

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DavidDifferent — 2009-10-29 13:07:01

FAA Reacted Slowly to Errant Jet

OK, two guys lost their job so you could learn that you&#

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DavidDifferent — 2009-10-29 11:19:42

Marsilio Ficino

This is a sample test comment

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DavidDifferent — 2009-10-19 18:12:12

Borders Group sees 2Q loss on charges, lower sales

I included this article for one reason, Borders would never sell my books without my having the right connections, which I don&#

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DavidDifferent — 2009-08-25 08:32:28

Lutherans vote to allow sexually active gay clergy

When I left the Church in 197

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DavidDifferent — 2009-08-22 11:11:53

Arson suspected in Waco apartment fire; 47 left homeless

Yes there are many arson fires that effect different numbers of people, not just the 47 which was in this article. The point here is to tell the arsonist that God does know what you&#

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Austrian millionaire gives away his £2.7m fortune... because 'they never made me happy'

February 11, 2010 at 5:14 pm

An Austrian millionaire is giving away his fortune and all his personal possessions because 'they never made me happy.' Karl Rebeder, 47, from Linz, claims he will use the money from his household accessory business - worth £2.7 million - to...

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As Tennessee Copes With Flooding Disaster, FEMA Faces Own Financial Crisis

May 8, 2010 at 12:15 pm

With a flooded Tennessee becoming the latest disaster to strike the United States, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is confronting its own emergency as its relief funds run perilously low. With a flooded Tennessee becoming the latest disaster to strike the...

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Market Plunge Baffles Wall Street

May 7, 2010 at 8:30 am

Trading glitch suspected in 'mayhem' as Dow falls nearly 1,000, then bounces. The stock market plunged Thursday in a harrowing five-minute selloff that appeared to be triggered by a breakdown of trading systems. After dropping nearly 1,000 points, the market rebounded...

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As faithful unite, National Day of Prayer divides

May 6, 2010 at 10:27 am

The Rev. Roy Frady of Plano sees a troubled world that needs a National Day of Prayer. Rabbi Geoffrey Dennis of Flower Mound is a National Day of Prayer dropout, frustrated that some local events don't welcome all faiths. Then there's Randy...

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The National Day of Prayer (36 U.S.C. § 119) is an annual day of observance held on the first Thursday of May, designated by the United States Congress, when people are asked "to turn to God in prayer and meditation". ...

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Pope prays before Shroud of Turin

May 3, 2010 at 8:36 am

(CNN) -- Pope Benedict XVI visited the iconic Shroud of Turin on Sunday, kneeling and praying before Christianity's most famous relic, which went on display last month for the first time in 10 years. Before visiting the shroud -- believed by...

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Republicans Slam Obama Judicial Nominee Over 117 Omissions From Record

April 6, 2010 at 2:22 pm

Senate Republicans on Tuesday slammed one of the Obama administration's most controversial judicial nominees for failing to initially disclose more than 100 of his speeches, publications and other background materials -- an omission the Republicans called unprecedented and a possible...

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PROMISES, PROMISES: Is gov't more open with Obama?

March 16, 2010 at 4:00 pm

WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal agencies haven't lived up to President Barack Obama's promise of a more open government, increasing their use of legal exemptions to keep records secret during his first year in office. An Associated Press review of Freedom of...

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US senator warns of ‘financial meltdown’ risk

February 26, 2010 at 9:22 am

The US is heading for a debt-driven “financial meltdown” within five to seven years, according to Judd Gregg, the outgoing Republican senator for New Hampshire. In a robust and at times testy video interview for the Financial Times’s View from...

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Judd Alan Gregg (born February 14, 1947 in Nashua, New Hampshire) is a former Governor of New Hampshire and current United States Senator serving as ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee. He is a member of the Republican Party ...

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Sending Michelle's first car to be recycled

February 23, 2010 at 7:35 pm

It was either the first of the year 1998 or the end of 97 when I bought Michelle her first car. It was a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am. I think I spend around $9500 for it. Today, the 23rd of...

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DiNapoli: Wall Street Bonuses up 17 Percent

February 23, 2010 at 9:12 am

Wall Street bonuses were up 17 percent to over $20 billion in 2009, the year taxpayers bailed out the financial sector after its meltdown, New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said Tuesday. Total compensation at the largest securities firms grew beyond...

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Poll finds trust of federal government runs low

February 23, 2010 at 9:04 am

Washington (CNN) -- When it comes to the trust Americans put in government, a new national poll indicates it's a matter of location, location, location. According to a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Tuesday, only 26 percent of the public trusts...

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Survey: Most Americans believe government broken

February 22, 2010 at 11:07 am

Washington (CNN) -- Americans overwhelmingly believe that the government is broken, according to a national poll released Sunday. But the CNN/Opinion Research Corp. survey also indicates that the public overwhelmingly holds out hope that what's broken can be fixed. Eighty-six percent of...

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GM CEO Whitacre receives $9M pay package

February 20, 2010 at 10:30 am

NEW YORK (AP) -- General Motors Co. CEO Ed Whitacre will receive a salary of $1.7 million this year, plus stock awards that will bring his total pay package to $9 million at a later date, the automaker said Friday. In...

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Obama Doesn't Begrudge Wall Street Bonuses As Reg Reform Languishes

February 17, 2010 at 2:51 pm

President Obama left his pitch fork in a closet somewhere in the West Wing before his interview with Bloomberg BusinessWeek. We know this because in a sharp turn from his recent fat cat, anti-bank comments, the President seemed downright generous...

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Suburban homeless: Rising tide of women, families

February 17, 2010 at 8:42 am

ROOSEVELT, N.Y. – Homelessness in rural and suburban America is straining shelters this winter as the economy founders and joblessness hovers near double digits — a "perfect storm of foreclosures, unemployment and a shortage of affordable housing," in one official's...

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Bayh Falls Out of 'Love' With Congress, Will Not Seek Re-Election

February 16, 2010 at 12:30 pm

Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh announced Monday that he will not seek re-election this November, an unexpected decision that hands Republicans an opportunity for a pick-up in a year when Democrats are already defending several open Senate seats. Saying there's no...

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Birch Evans "Evan" Bayh III; born December 26, 1955) is an American Democratic politician who has served as the junior U.S. Senator from Indiana since 1999. He earlier served as the 46th Governor of Indiana. Bayh first held public office as ...

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Baylor's Interim President, Me, and the
Intelligent Design Trial

It was the summer of 2004 when I first happened to hear about Baylor Law Professor Bill Underwood. It was just weeks after I told its current President, Robert Sloan,...

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In the second year of my journey, 2001, a song came into play which hadn’t meant as much to me as it does today, February 1st, 2010. That song was ‘The Heart of the Matter’ by Don Henley. I had purchased a copy of his ‘Actual Miles’ CD, most likely that same year since I had recently bought, or was about to buy a vehicle that had a CD player in it.

The heart of the matter, defined, looking it up in the dictionary, it redirects one to the phrase ‘crux of the matter’ and there it’s defined as ‘the most important point’. Crux, crux is defined as ‘a vital, basic, decisive, or pivotal point’. So it’s that what I’m trying to get to here in this ‘Puzzle’ section, get to the most important part, to help me prove to you that God does in fact exist. But even beyond that idea I have to go through each of the points I’ve identified to define them in a way that one would think was factual, correct, and than most-of-all trustworthy. I need to get to the heart of the idea, the absolute heart, where its vital signs are, where it’s pivotal point lies, because I will in some cases be redefining and than setting the standard for what one has already learned. I need to change what you know as truth, by in some cases using what else you already know, just bringing it out in front to help you understand it differently. And that is why early on I go over the word indoctrination. You know it and it plays an important part in one’s belief system or really why or how someone believes things the way they do. The words ‘dogma’ and doctrine’ are the same; those ideas are under buttons 2 and 3. Than when we get to button 4 things change, ‘What is the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil?’ It needs to be redefined in a way that you can understand it as I do, than it becomes correct in its now new definition and that it’s absolutely trustworthy so it stays defined this new way. I need to get to the heart of the matter in how it’s defined.

There are currently 17 items which make up the ‘Putting the Pieces Together’ (Puzzle) section with each playing a part in explaining how I interpret various ideas to help me overcome the many obstacles in my proving the existence of God. Below there are 19 buttons displayed. The ones numbered 1 through 17, when clicked on will show you the description of the piece, in question form, which is designated for that number, and its definition. The left and right pointing arrows simply move you up or down to the next or previous’ piece’s description and definition. Even though any number could be selected to see that specific piece I have tried to identify each of the items in a specific order which follows the numbering itself. Thusly, please start with button ‘1’ and proceed up the numbers from there, or simply click on the right (>) arrow. Once you move to item 2 this verbiage will disappear, in some cases something else will take its place.

But before you go, there’s one more thing, actually two things. Oddly enough, when I looked up the phrase ‘The Heart of the Matter’ in Wikipedia I found one of its definitions as the first part of the name of a 1996 documentary which ran on the BBC, ‘The Heart of the Matter: God Under the Microscope’. So it too was a lead-in into an idea of God. It went on describing the show as ‘a documentary exploring science and religion. ‘Science and religion’, it’s now off for me. ‘God under the microscope’, for me, that sounded way off too. God really isn’t the problem in religion getting along with science, or science getting along with religion. Religious ideas or ideals versus the ideas or ideals of science, that’s where the problem lies, God just happens to be what religions use for the bases for their beliefs, that foundation, but maybe more so the Bible. Science on the other hand places its foundation upon the natural world, that outside the ideas of the supernatural. But, as in this case, since God isn’t here to defend herself she becomes the easiest place to start the conversation. For me, this becomes the starting point of either redefining ideas or at least setting the standards of my beliefs.

‘God is not the problem; God is really the solution to the many problems. The Bible is the foundation for many, if not all moral ideas, and morals are things which the governments of the world can not place laws upon. God counter-balances what governments can’t do.’

So let’s also redefine the title of that BBC documentary, ‘The Heart of the Matter: The Natural World under the Microscope.’ But isn’t that what I’m doing here putting the natural world under the microscope, looking deeply into it to find and prove God?

Words and Phrases, it really does begin there!

That second thing; One of the hardest pieces within my story is that I will need you to get and understand that God truly does know exactly what I’m doing and about to do on any given day. God is always there ahead of me as even in this case. I woke up this morning, February 1st, 2010, with that song, ‘The Heart of the Matter’ on my mind. That having happened I had already decided before even turning the computer on that I was going to use this phrase in explaining this part of the website. So God had already set the stage for me finding that additional piece, that BBC documentary, long before I even got here. It literally made my writing this so much easier and even in making that point, I am, or have been, looking deep into the natural world to find and prove God. It is as though I’m using a microscope to do it. I really am. And it needs to be that deep for you to understand that I know what I’m talking about.

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1.) What does the word "Infallible" or "infallibility" mean? What about Bible infallibility?

In various Dictionaries the word 'infallible' is defined as being absolutely trustworthy or sure, Incapable of erring or of failing. Going beyond this, the Roman Catholic Church considers itself to be Incapable of error in expounding doctrine on faith or morals.

Bible infallibility is that, with regards to it, incapable of containing errors. It contains the perfect word of God.

In Wikipedia: Biblical inerrancy is the doctrinal position that the Bible, in its original form, is considered accurate, truthful, and totally free of error in all it intends to teach.

Many Christians believe that the Bible is the infallible word of God, there are no errors.

In Wikipedia: In a section labeled 'Limitations of inerrancy'

'Proponents of biblical inerrancy generally do not teach that the Bible was dictated directly by God, but that God used the "distinctive personalities and literary styles of the writers" of scripture and that God's inspiration guided them to flawlessly project his message through their own language and personality.' (Read the Selected Story called 'The Decline of the Roman Empire' to decide if this may in fact be true.) But before you go answer the following question.

If there are no errors in the Bible than Eve would be God or a child of Gods based on the scripture that says, 'And Adam called the woman Eve because she was the mother of all living' and remember she was the first one born long before Jesus. And what about what Jesus said to his disciples, he's gone because we have reached the end of age.

Now, do you believe the Bible is the infallible word of God?

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