The View From 1776

Thanksgiving: Who Made Us?

The modern, self-made man looks into the mirror and sees his god: himself.  Our forebears were considerably wiser.

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 11/20 at 12:33 AM
  1. Humans, ancient and modern, prefer self-worship to Creator-worsip.

    In the face of evidence in the single-cell of life, to the solar systems, to the universe itself, humans don't want the responsibility that goes with acknowledging created truth and its Creator. A childish self-definition.

    Most humans choose to reject faith in God, and choose faith in their own disproportionate ignorance - and call it 'knowledge.'

    Signs of the times: Lucifer failed the greatest IQ Test in history. The Luciferian goats are lining up to the left, God's sheep to the right. Each person is choosing right now which group they are going with...

    Don't copy Lucifer and make a dumb choice. Forever. Joel 3:14 kjv

    semper fidelis
    Posted by Choicemaker  on  11/20  at  11:40 AM
  2. As a direct decendant of Governor William Bradford, I applaud Tom Brewton's and Jeff Lukens' views of both Thanksgiving and our Creator. We don't have to wonder what Governor Bradford would think of today's American society -- where more often than not, thanks for a sunny day is given to the TV weatherman.

    -- Peter Bradford Dowling, Stamford, CT
    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  11/23  at  04:21 PM
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