Roger Bothwell | Devotional
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In July of 2003 a Viennese team of nine surgeons led by Rolf Ewers replaced a diseased tongue with a tongue from a brain-dead donor.  The recipient can talk and eat but has no sense of taste.  It would be fun to think the man...

Two separate teams of astronomers, one in Virginia and one in France, have recently discovered our galaxy is gobbling up a neighboring galaxy.  Every 750 million years, the oval orbit of our neighbor brings it close enough for our gravitation to capture some suns.  I...

The Art of War written by Sun-Tzu is the oldest military treatise in the world.   It doesn’t matter that it was written 2000 years ago.  His ideas are classic and very much worth the study of any general who wishes to win a war.  He...

I have to tell you I really messed up.  This was a major league mistake.  After I explain you will understand what an idiot I have been.  It all started about three years ago.  My wife came home one afternoon from the beauty parlor with...

Is there anyone over the age three in this country that doesn’t know seatbelts save lives?  So why is it a police cruiser in Massachusetts that crashed while pursuing a runner has two distinct head smash marks on the inside of the windshield?  Could it...

General George Washington never seriously wanted to engage the better armed British army in direct combat because he knew all he needed to do to win was to last longer than General Howe.  He knew an army a long way from home across an ocean...

Hadrian, the Roman Emperor, was an incredible man committed to leaving the world a better place via the resources he had at his command.  Instead of traveling the empire with a host of soldiers taking whatever they could,  he traveled with an entourage of engineers...

While sitting by a Wal-mart I watched seagulls clean the parking lot.  They are most likely the same gulls that are always there.  They have a good thing going.  People are trashy so there are ample French fries and other pieces of food from the...

It is an old chest of drawers.  I am absolutely sure it is older than dirt.  This evening the top drawer came out and refused to go back.  Is it not logical to assume if something unchangeably solid came out of an unchangeable hole it...

Just as food, water, oxygen, and warmth are vital to the wellbeing of the body and education is vital to the welfare of the mind, prayer is vital to the soul.  Without prayer the soul will starve as the body will starve without nourishment.  While...