Monthly Archives: April 2021

What Do You Know For Sure?

I have always enjoyed mathematics and took lots of math courses in high school and in college at Montana State University (go Cats!)  where I graduated with a degree in Industrial and Management Engineering.  In contrast to  the social sciences … Continue reading

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Firmly Rooted

On our drive through eastern Washington and eastern Oregon, we often see tumbleweeds plastered up against a fence and occasionally “tumbling” across the road in front of us.  A tumbleweed is the ball-shaped structural part of the above ground anatomy … Continue reading

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That Changes Everything

There are a number of key events that have literally changed the course of history. From a biblical viewpoint, we have the Flood of Noah which destroyed all life on earth except Noah and his family and the animals on … Continue reading

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