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There is a great difference in excellency, usefulness, and comfort between people of clear, digested knowledge, and confused, undigested apprehensions. -Richard Baxter

Great news!

who’s for starting a fund for this?

5 Comments»

  W.Nielsen wrote @

Wow. How sad.

  stephen wrote @

“I have decided to go with Ebay in an effort to spread the messages of Jesus.” Hmmm…maybe we should try Craig’s List to see which is more effective.

  Anne wrote @

Excuse me….my jaw just dropped and hit the floor. I particularly like his cure for cancer! Interesting.

There was an interesting article on MSN this morning about the single life and how it’s better than the married life….it’s non-Christian in perspective. And while the article touts that we singles can do anything we want, whenever we want…..to me it paints a bleak picture. It’s a good read…. http://msn.match.com/msn/article.aspx?articleid=6320&TrackingID=516311&BannerID=544657&menuid=7&GT1=8333

  sophigirl wrote @

I think he would have had a better chance with the Global Inquirer…

  Patrick Lafferty wrote @

Anne, it is curious that a woman who has come up with a list of reasons why singleness is better to have written a book entitled, How to Find the Right Person in 90 Days. If marriage is the abyss she makes it out to be, why would i want to enter into that abyss in only 90 days?

Here we have an example of taking a little of bit of science and a little bit of an agenda and whipping up a rather provocative essay that’s sure to sell a few papers.

Don’t hear me assigning a hierarchy of marriage over singleness, but all the reasons she gives for opting for the latter have the a stench of self-interest that, as the Preacher in Ecclesiastes might conclude, will leave them asking the question at the end of their lives, “what does a person gain for all their pursuit of personal pleasure? This, too, I found was absurd.”


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