Month: August 2012

Conversations with Cleverbot: “Is my son happy in heaven?”

It's been a while, but Conversations with Cleverbot is back! Cleverbot is an artificial intelligence engine which you can ask questions and receive answers which are vaguely reminiscent of something a human might say – much like Mitt Romney (sorry, I couldn't resist). I tend to ask Cleverbot questions with a theological bent to them.

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American, Justin “Nordic Thunder” Howard, Takes the 2012 World Air Guitar Championships

  The London Olympics may be over, but American dominance of international competitions goes on. Finland hosts numerous international contests that you've never heard or cared about. Here is this year's winner of this one:    

I Sarcastically Answer a Fill-In-The-Blank Tweet from @kennethcopeland

So, Kenneth Copeland asked a trivia question via Twitter this morning. Here it is:   Fill in the Blank: The Name of the Lord is a strong _____, the righteous run to it and are safe. Prov 18:10 — Kenneth Copeland (@CopelandNetwork) August 25, 2012 To which, my response was:   @copelandnetwork disinfectant — Chris

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One Last Thing About the #chickfila Thing

I was catching up on my Daily Show and The Colbert Report DVR backlog and saw their reaction to the #chickfila controversy. Most of it had to do with the appreciation day sponsored by Mike Huckabee and the Fox News universe.   If you want to eat #chickfila, please do. If you ate there because

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Journey of the Cross 16: Kissing the Bricks

On a field trip with Nate’s class, I snapped this picture of the cross on the bricks at The Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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Journey of the Cross 16: Kissing the Bricks

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On a field trip with Nate’s class, I snapped this picture of the cross on the bricks at The Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Barton’s Statement on the Recall of His Book

David Barton’s book – The Jefferson Lies – has been pulled by Thomas Nelson Publishers for the inaccuracies it contained. Several professional historians have mounted counter-proposals in response to the outright lies it contained. However, it appears as if there is another publisher willing to sell their soul to the devil in order to rake

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Journey of the Cross 15: Introduction of the Cross

Here's the new cross!

 

Sitting outside the parsonage, this will be the official cross of my blog for the foreseeable future. Note the differences between this and the recently retired cross of my blog. There ARE straight lines, and there IS NOT any pink. This was a minor oversight in my initial work in the field of cross painting.

 

Be on the lookout for your opportunity to get your hands on my first cross!

 

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Journey of the Cross 14: Retirement of the Cross

Gotta play some catch-up when it comes to my favorite blog segment, Journey of the Cross.

 

This is the last photo for this particular cross, which I painted myself. I have painted another cross, which I like better. Look for the first photos of the new design coming in the next few days.

 

Caio!

Sermon from 8-5-12: “iGod Am All Present”

NOTE: This is the first of a 4-part series inspired by Nelson Searcy's The Journey church.   Psalms 139:7-14 7 Where can I go from your spirit? Or where can I flee from your presence? 8 If I ascend to heaven, you are there; if I make my bed in Sheol, you are there. 9

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