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2012-03-17 23:01:24

Without properly understanding Genesis, there can be no understanding of morality, epistemology or salvation. “Did Jesus Believe Genesis?” is a textbook to counteract the falsities presented in secular and even Christian university classrooms. Loveland, CO (PRWEB) March 17, 2012 Holy Fire Publishing (http://www.christianpublish.com) releases “Did Jesus Believe Genesis?” (Paperback, U.S. $19.95, ISBN# 978-1-60383-425-4). Charles L. Sanders shows that a literal belief...

2011-12-06 11:00:00

The Presidential Reject Receives Job Offer from Naughty Dating Site Washington, DC (PRWEB) December 06, 2011 He may no longer be in the running for the position of Commander in Chief but Herman Cain doesnât have to kiss his âœpresidentialâ aspirations good bye just yet. Cain has received a job offer he may be well suited for from extra-marital dating site Ashleymadison.com. Should he accept, Cain will be putting his expertise in...

2011-07-06 10:30:00

REDMOND, Wash., July 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Aegis Living, a national leader in senior living and assisted living communities, re-launched their new customer-focused, interactive website. The site, http://www.AegisLiving.com, has a new look and feel, is more user-friendly and allows visitors to share their stories. Visitors to the website will find the aesthetic to be inviting and sophisticated with a search process that is easier to use. Special features include photo gallery...


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Thunderbird on top of a Totem Pole
2014-01-20 07:48:49

Thunderbird is a Native American legend sometimes associated with storms. Several sightings of this creature correlate with storms in the corresponding area. Some researchers describe a Thunderbird as being lizard-like similar to the extinct Pteranodon. Fossils of large birds (teratorns) having a wingspan of 12 to 18 feet were around with early man, and the Thunderbird legend may have derived from them. In April 1890, two cowboys claimed to have killed a giant bird-like creature with a...

Hellhound
2013-10-07 06:39:39

A hellhound is a supernatural canine that is found in folklore and mythology in almost every culture around the world. It is said that some guard the entrances of the dead like grave yards and burial grounds and are often associated with the afterlife. It is also thought that if you see a hellhound or hear it howl, it is an omen of death. Some are claimed to hunt souls or guard supernatural treasures. A term used for describing a hellhound is “Bearer of Death”. They were believed to...

Tatzelwurm
2013-09-19 10:46:11

The Tatzelwurm comes from Alpine folklore and is said to inhabit several areas of Europe, including the Austrian, Bavarian, Italian and Swiss Alps. Other names for this creature are Stollenwurm, Springwurm, Arassas, and Praatzelwurm. The Tatzelwurm has been desribed as a lizard-like creature with the appearance of a cat, but with a serpent hind-end and no hind legs. Its body is hairless and covered with scales. It can grow up to six feet in length. In 1934 Balkin, a Swiss photographer...

Elwetritsch, Bestia palatinensis
2013-08-19 13:08:39

The Elwetritsch is reported to be found in southwest Germany and is a bird-like mythical creature that inhabits the underbrush and under vines of the region. Its origin is believed to be a result of crossbreeding between chicken, ducks and geese, and mythical creatures such as elves and goblins. They are described as a type of fowl with long beaks and sometimes having antlers; and that they lay eggs during the breeding season. They are considered to be very shy but curious creatures. An...

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Word of the Day
drawcansir
  • A blustering, bullying fellow; a pot-valiant braggart; a bully.
This word is named for Draw-Can-Sir, a character in George Villiers' 17th century play The Rehearsal.
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