Previous William Thomas Sherman Info Page postings, quotes, observations, etc.
["Up With People UWP SuperBowl XVI 16 Halftime82 StevenOchoa3"]
Up wth animal rights and honest religion!
Down with warcraft and irrational group-think!
Even if a (given) person you know is as bad as you believe,
criminal spirit people are still far worse and more blame worthy.
Survival of the fittest? Yes, that's true.
Yet the only ones "fit," in this universe,
are the holy ones and those worthy to receive their blessng.
The wisest and smartest man in the world is a fool compared to God,
but better to listen to an honest, rational person than the king of ghosts and angels.
Was life, thanks to evil, ever worth living?
Even so, you are in no position to adequately judge.
Yes, you may indeed be after all right in your pessimism,
but because both you and life are in motion,
how can you rightly say?
And if you think of humans as insects,
it's because clearly you envision God to be a giant bug
(and can think no higher than this.)
Survival of the fittest? Yes, that's true, yet the only ones "fit," in this universe, are the holy ones and those worthy to receive their blessng.
For the yet another new article from the Lee's Legion FB page, this time "DUPES OF THE PRETERNATURAL?: Some thoughts on Andre’, Arnold, and Aaron Burr," see http://www.gunjones.com/Dupes_of_the_Preternatural.pdf
Aaron Burr stands as one of the strangest and most enigmatic characters in early United States history, and it is something of a marvel why he was so vilified in his time, and yet really and in retrospect has been found guilty of actually so very little. To compound the distortion and nonsense, some have tried to come to Burr's defense by defaming Hamilton or Jefferson. In perusing various material on Burr, I myself am inclined to think he was a target of spirit people; and for that matter and respecting their duel, it seems not at all implausible that both Burr and Hamilton were in some ways victims of the same. The trick pistol, for instance, Hamilton (is said to have) brought to the duel may, for instance, have been planted by someone else (whether before or after the event), and which seems more likely than to assume Hamilton would be such roguish cheat. Burr's hounded life, including the very cruel views others had of him (despite the sympathy he received from such as John Adams and Washington Irving) and the very bizarre and almost occult-like disappearance and loss of Burr's daughter, suggest to me personally that he was in some manner persecuted by spirit people (and their henchmen.) This is not to say that Burr was therefore a complete innocent, but that a very little he was guilty of may have been extravagantly spun out by someone else to trip him up to his ruin. That he was a grandson of Jonathan Edwards may also have been a contributing factor; inasmuch as I rather suspect that well-meaning divine but whose views (such as predestination; a favorite doctrine of devils) in some respect (in my opinion) bordered on the diabolical, drew mischievous spirit people to him, and plausibly in turn to some of his family. As always, I offer such interpretation as speculation not irrefragable, categorical fact, yet speculation not without its potential viability as correct truth.
Much of adult humanity are like children suffering child abuse, willingly or no, but at the hands of spirit people and which they foolishly take to be the necessary state of things.
"Krispy, you go after their flag, and Jack, you see what you can do about that eagle."
For the most recent article from our Lee's Legion FB page, "AT HOME WITH GEORGE WASHINGTON," see http://www.gunjones.com/Pauldings-Washington.pdf
"The earliest known remains of Cro-Magnon-like humans are radiometrically dated to 35,000 years before present."
Is this per chance what Satan looked like before he went all wrong?
["Rob Grill & The Grass Roots - Let's Live For Today" – from Dec. 2004 on PBS]
One of Origen's arguments in Against Celsus is that Christ was not a sorcerer or fraud because be encouraged people to be moral and upright lives -- indeed and to such an extent that he could only have come from God.
In Book III, ch. 2 of the same work, he quotes Psalm 96:5 "For all the gods of the nations are idols," but translates "idols" as "demons."
True, the world has changed very much since the time of Jesus, but can the nature of the soul be said to have changed at all since then?
It's not that these spirit people are so very clever or almighty as much as it is also a case of these regular (flesh and blood) people being held to such a low standard and level of intelligence. And what, when all is said and done, is the argument of such dumb-bell regular people? That it is somehow impossible for them to challenge or question the wisdom and authority of spirit people, and therefore must accommodate and defer to these same rather than and at the expense of honest, rational argument. Along the same lines, legitimate religion is made less and to suffer for precisely the same reason.