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Dan John is fitness guru. He is also a genius teacher. I say this not because he is the most credentialed, good-looking, accomplished, best-selling this or that. He may embody some of these things, but I have a different reason to […]
There are many Christians in the United States, so the knee-jerk obvious answer to this question is “yes.” However, I did not by the modifier “Christian” refer to the percentage of the people claiming to be Christian in our country. […]
Sycamore Presbyterian Church Friday Men’s Bible Study Psalm 106 (see notes) Question 4. Verses 16-18. What is the third kind of sin the Psalmist remembers and confesses? What examples of this have you seen in yourself and others? 16When men […]
The Germanwings mishap/murder investigation has gone very quiet lately. Major media focused on aircraft design, interviews of past girlfriends, speculation into mental illness, pilot training, and self-disclosure protocols for pilot medical qualifications. Nobody addressed the real issue: pilot trustworthiness. In […]
A common question between pilots in an airliner, especially on day 1 of a trip with someone new, is “Where did you start?” We all want to know the past experiences of the pilot next to us. If his (see […]
Sycamore Presbyterian Church Friday Men’s Bible Study Psalm 106 (see notes) Question 1. Verses 4-6 How does the Psalmist relate his own personal sins to the sins and prospects of his people? How is this instructive for us? 4Remember me, […]
Prefatory Address Question 2: What do we learn about the situation of the Protestant cause in France from Calvin’s Prefatory Address to King Francis I, the Author’s Preface of his Psalms commentary, and his reply to Sadoleto? After Calvin’s conversion […]
Watch until the end. Awesome. Hat tip Dan John.
I’ll start with the conclusion: the civilian path to flying an airliner is analogous to the path to practicing medicine as a doctor: years of expensive schools followed by years of low pay and very hard work. At the end […]