I thought I would share another found article…. ------START----- post written by: Marc 10 Destructive Faults in Our Way of Thinking The human mind is wonderful and powerful, but it’s far from perfect. There are several common judgment errors that it’s prone to making. In the field of Psychology these are known as cognitive biases, … Continue reading Destructive Thinking
Image via Wikipedia When is stealing not stealing? Moralist will argue that we don’t always have a choice, they love to use the example of a man caught stealing bread. The moralist will say that if the man was stealing to feed his family than the act of stealing was justified. But the moralist would … Continue reading When is stealing not stealing?
Image via Wikipedia Below is a poll question from the Pew Research Center. I find the question interesting. Based on my conversations with most of my friends I am not sure I would get the same response, most of my friends with in the faith are liberals and they have a basic feeling that the … Continue reading Stand up
Rejoice and be glad! That is the Easter tiding we are to live by not only during the 50 days of Easter but all our lives. Good advice, but not always easy to do. In fact it is one of the hardest things to do. I live in Michigan, I work in the auto industry, … Continue reading Easter and the Automotive Companies
“Neither shall you allege the example of the many as an excuse for doing wrong…” Ex23:2 In today’s politically correct world we are often times asked to join in with the crowed, to follow what the masses are saying, and for forsake ourselves and our faith. The bible tells us that we cannot do this … Continue reading Politically correct, or is it Biblically correct?