The Cardiff GiantStartling Discovery!

During this past century, the remains of a giant man – perhaps one of the Nephilim! – was discovered behind a barn in Cardiff, New York! This startling find has had people in this small northeastern town buzzing for years, but it seems that the world has not heard enough about this. We need to know about this though, so that we can know the truth of human origins!

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Cold Fusion

Hope for the future! In the face of dwindling oil supplies, Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann, chemical researchers at the University of Utah have recently discovered a means of producing nuclear fusion power at room temperature, potentially revolutionizing clean power production for generations to come! This amazing discovery should be able to provide energy for the human race until perpetual-motion-based power sources are further refined.

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Honesty in Politics!

George Smathers down-home honesty recently won him the Florida Senate Seat against Sen. Claude Peppers.  During the heated campaign, Smathers was able to get the truth out about his competitor:

  • That he had matriculated with several young women!
  • That Peppers’ brother was a practicing homosapien!
  • That his sister was a New York thespian!
  • That Peppers was a shameless extrovert!

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For more stories just as recent and true, see links like this one and this one.  (Shocking and as ‘true‘ as most writing at that site.)

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1   iggy    http://wordofmouthministries.blogspot.com/
March 4th, 2008 at 4:45 pm

I knew you guys would start to see that the Nephilim are everywhere!

iggy

2   Chris L    http://www.fishingtheabyss.com/
March 4th, 2008 at 4:51 pm

I knew you guys would start to see that the Nephilim are everywhere!

Along with the origins of most of our Angelology/Demonology, you can get the origins of the Nephilim from the Book of Jubilees

3   Neil    
March 4th, 2008 at 6:01 pm

Let’s get this straight once and for all: Prior to the new birth—which is a new regenerated nature wherein God then comes to dwell within—there is absolutely nothing worth redeeming in mankind. In point of fact, this is what the opening text is clearly telling us—Christ died for the ungodly. But the us in that text is the elect who are in Christ; it does not refer to mankind in general. – Ken Silva (I assume).

What’s that saying about a comment containing more errors than words?

1. So much for imago dei.

2. So much for “For God so loved the world…”

Neil

4   Neil    
March 4th, 2008 at 6:07 pm

I read that stuff and I try to imagine what it’s like to have such anger in my soul… to have such a lack of… fortunately, I must only imagine it.

Neil

5   nc    
March 4th, 2008 at 6:35 pm

But…he’s NOT a Calvinist people!!!
He’s NOT.

6   Phil Miller    http://veritasfellowship.blogspot.com
March 5th, 2008 at 8:15 am

Let’s get this straight once and for all: Prior to the new birth—which is a new regenerated nature wherein God then comes to dwell within—there is absolutely nothing worth redeeming in mankind.

This is some distorted theology, right there. Even the word “redeem” implies there was some sort of inherent value in the object being redeemed. Redeem implies bringing it back to it’s original purpose, or restoring something to it’s full value.

Actually, in the first century, the term “redeem” comes from the slave trade. Slaves could be bought back for a certain price, and said to be redeemed. It was not uncommon for early Christians to pool their money and buy slaves and set them free.

The idea that God sees people as worthless before they’re Christians has to be one of the most poisonous errors in Christendom. It paints God not unlike an abusive father who only blesses his children when they do exactly what he wants. This is 180 degrees opposite of what Scripture portrays. Jesus died for us while we were yet sinners. God did not kill Jesus out of His wrath. It was because of His great love for us that Jesus willingly laid down His life.