But the authority of the Bible is not the victim of the grinding. To the contrary, this article is likely to do far more damage to Newsweek in its sad new reality. Kurt Eichenwald probably has little to lose among his friends at Vanity Fair, but this article is nothing less than an embarrassment. To take advantage of Newsweek’s title — it so misrepresents the truth, it’s a sin.
We have all heard the statistics: 50% of people make some kind of new year’s resolution, but 88% of those resolutions ultimately fail. That is more than a little discouraging. But I still believe in new year’s resolutions. I believe in them as a convenient opportunity to evaluate life and to make choices about living life better. I have done a fair bit of reading on how to make resolutions work, and it turns out that though there are many reasons your resolutions may not work, the most common ones are easy enough to avoid. Here are some tips on making wise resolutions and on making them stick.
Good read, shows how Hinduism influences the movies we watch.
We have to redefine meekness, but we have to do it on Biblical terms. While the world may be unsettled on what the word means, the Bible is clear on it. Jesus is clear on it. We only have a precious few of Jesus’ words in the Bible, and the concept of meekness was important enough for Him to stress in His short earthly ministry, and important enough for God to have ordained its inclusion in the Gospels.