In the book Gaily The Troubadour, published in 1936, Arthur Guiterman wrote the following poem. “First dentistry was painless; then bicycles were chainless and carriages were horseless
Sung to Nat King Cole’s “Unforgettable” Unimpeachable, that’s what you are Unimpeachable, though near or far Like a tweet so brash that sings to me
Christians have most always been exceptionally gleeful when a non-Christian superstar decides to try Christianity. Before Kanye, Justin Bieber filled the slot. One such “convert”
A professing Christian who does not “love his/her enemies” and “forgive as they were forgiven by Christ” is like a professing Muslim who does not
ONE: Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People? TWO: Why Do Good Things Happen to Bad People? Both questions presuppose the existence of “good
A man and wife are trapped below surface in an abandoned mine, unknowingly grouped with men and women who are escapees from the local prison.