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Acts 10:1-11:18: The True Meaning of the Vision of the Animals in the Sheet: Comments and Discussions - Questions and Answers

Acts 10:1-11:18 - The True Meaning of the Vision of the Animals in the Sheet <i><br>Archive of Comments and Discussions - Questions and Answers From</i> …

Theology

Weeknight Skillet Lasagna Recipes So Easy and Delicious You'll Make Them Again and Again

Don’t know what to cook tonight? This. Do this.<p>There’s a lot to love about your skillet. Whether frying up some country ham in the morning or baking …

Cooking

Daily Dig for July 15 - gsyoder@gmail.com - Gmail

10 Polite Words for Impolite People : Epistemophiliac

<b>Definition:</b> a contemptible unmannerly person<p>English is a language that contains an embarrassment of riches for when one wants to say something mean …

Vocabulary

These 10 Vegetarian Instant Pot Recipes Are the Filling Fix You Need in a Flash

It's safe to assume that at this point in its widely heralded notoriety, the Instant Pot is known by most people who have spent some time in the …

Cooking

The U.S. Senate is facing a legitimacy crisis

America's House of Lords is about to decide the future of the Supreme Court.<p>The United States Senate is an immoral, anti-democratic institution where …

supremecourt

3 Scriptures That Just Keep Blowing My Mind

July 12, 2018 by Keith Giles<p>Over the last few months, I’ve run across 3 scripture verses that are seriously melting my brain. [In a very good …

Theology

This 10-minute routine will increase your memory and creativity

Memory and imagination are inextricably connected. In fact, your memory is imagined. It’s not concrete nor objective fact. But rather, your memory is …

Creativity

Epigenetics study finds fathers pass cold weather "experience" down to kids

While your genes are more or less set in stone, the way they're expressed can be changed by environmental or lifestyle factors, and there's evidence …

Genetics

I Just Discovered Melting Potatoes and I’m Officially Serving Them With Everything

Now this is a Pinterest trend I can get behind.<p>We weren’t actively seeking a new way to cook potatoes. In fact, we think there’s a pretty solid …

Recipes

11 Great Bike Paths That Are Begging for a Road Trip

Explore the country this summer on these historic, stunning routes.<p>Tired of pedaling around the same paths? Breathe some new life into your regular workouts by changing up the location—there are tons of biking trails across the country that are just begging for a visit. Some might be right in own …

Hiking

9 High-Protein Vegetarian Recipes So Good There Won't Be Leftovers

No matter your reason for eating vegetarian, there's no doubt you want to make sure you're getting the right nutrients. Experts believe that protein …

Healthy Eating

Mister Rogers’s Deathbed Confession

I went with my family earlier this week to see the new Fred Rogers documentary, <i>Won’t You Be My Neighbor?</i> Overall it was an excellent film, and we …

Evangelical Christianity

This Song Will Instantly Lower Your Stress Level By 65 Percent

It’s well-known that the right playlist can help you focus, sleep, and even make you happier in less than 30 seconds, but now, thanks to a team of …

The Brain

Why Reading Books Makes You a Better Person, According to Science

Researchers have found that people who read regularly are better off.<p>Books are good for people on so many levels. They can help you fall asleep, lower your stress through laughter or tears, provide an escape from reality, and offer exposure to perspectives different from your own. Here are three …

The Brain

A quick beginner’s guide to drawing

6 drawing exercises to get you started right now!<p>The <b>basic craft of drawing</b> is about two things: you learn <b>to control your hand</b> and <b>to see</b>.<p><i>Tip: For the</i> …

Drawing

This Is The Most Important Thing You Can Do Each Morning

<i>“</i>Keep a notebook. Travel with it, eat with it, sleep with it. Slap into it every stray thought that flutters up into your brain. Cheap paper is less …

Henry David Thoreau

Tell Me What You Did Today, And I’ll Tell You Who You Are

“Each day is a day of decision, and our decisions determine our destiny.” — Russell Nelson<p>You live your life in 24 hour periods. How you use those 24 …

Self-improvement

Donald Hall, a giant of American poetry, dies at 89

Donald Hall, one of the last major American poets of his generation, died Saturday night at Eagle Pond Farm in Wilmot, where he hayed with his …

Literature

Donald Hall, former US poet laureate, dies at 89

Some poets come to their art in youth, but few as early as Donald Hall. He made up his mind to be a poet when he was 14, began to write poems several …

Literature

14 Brilliant Pieces of Literature You Can Read in the Time it Takes to Eat Lunch

It's mighty easy to feel like you don't have time to read — especially quality literature. Life is hectic, jobs are busy and it's much easier to …

Books

This Cheesy Veggie Bake Is Packed with 4 Different Veggies

Make the gratin:<p>Use a mandoline or a very sharp knife to cut the zucchini, yellow squash, and tomatoes crosswise into 1/4-inch rounds. Place in a …

Recipes

The Roman Empire, explained in 40 maps - Vox

Two thousand years ago, on August 19, 14 AD, Caesar Augustus died. He was Rome’s first emperor, having won a civil war more than 40 years earlier that transformed the dysfunctional Roman Republic into an empire. Under Augustus and his successors, the empire experienced 200 years of relative peace …

Ancient History

How Political Views Shape Beliefs About Global Poverty

Barna has recently reported on some of the reasons to be optimistic about the fight against extreme global poverty, particularly within the Church. …

Globalization

Walking the City with Jane: An Illustrated Celebration of Jane Jacobs and Her Legacy of Livable Cities

How a woman of great courage and great humanity changed the way we build cities, taught communities to stand up for themselves, and inspired generations to look up.<p><i>“Every walk is a sort of crusade,”</i> Henry David Thoreau proclaimed in his manifesto for the spiritual rewards of sauntering. But it was …

Urban Design

The Most Glorious Way to Turn a Can of Chickpeas into Hummus

I'm fairly convinced that hummus is some of the best stuff on earth. It might look beige and boring in the bowl, but this blend of chickpeas, olive …

How To Make Crispy Roasted Chickpeas in the Oven — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Those cans of chickpeas sitting in your cupboard have been hiding an amazing secret. Roasted in the oven, chickpeas transform into a crispy, salty, …

News for our time

So Your Garlic (and Onion) Grew a Sprout. Can You Still Use It? — Tips from The Kitchn

Reach for a few cloves of garlic or an onion as you're prepping dinner and you may be greeted by a little green sprout that's shot through it. It …

There are two ways to read, but one is useless

Reading is telepathy, and a book is the most powerful technology invented.<p>Homer, Shakespeare, Voltaire, Flaubert, Tolstoy, Woolf, Hemingway—these are names without a living body. We can’t talk to them, nor touch them, but their thoughts are immortalized through the written word.<p>Aristotle’s logic, …

Self-improvement