My last blog of 2016 was a series of quotations I came across while researching my book, Wisdom: Life’s Great Treasure. I titled the blog Nuggets of Wisdom. It was very well received, and therefore, as we arrive at the midpoint of 2017, I thought I would share a few more of my favorite quotes. I […]
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Entries by Kim Knott
All ancient literature that we have in our possession today came from documents that were laboriously copied and recopied as they were passed down from one generation to the next. This includes the Bible. Even so, most people are not aware of how carefully the Bible has been passed down to us without error or […]
I sometimes wonder how well we know ourselves, particularly the deep thoughts and intentions of the heart. I do not think we realize how feelings, desires, and emotions have such a great influence over the decisions and choices we make. They often will cause us to bypass our logic and reason, and lead us away […]
Earlier this year, the World Health Organization announced that depression has become the most widespread illness in all the world, and the numbers continue to rise. This I am sure explains why the rate of suicide has risen so dramatically over the last 10 years. In the United States, suicide is the only top 10 […]
Recently I read of an interesting study that was published in Mark Albion’s book; Making a Life, Making a Living. The study is very revealing in that it examines business people who took two very different paths after graduating from college. A study of business school graduates tracked the careers of 1,500 people from 1960 […]
I believe one of the most powerful arguments for the existence of God is the moral argument. As most intellectually honest atheists are forced to admit there are no moral absolutes and no place for genuine moral obligations of any sort. How can you have a moral law without an absolute moral lawgiver. The most […]
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