Author Archives: Ed Hurst

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher

Cranking with Windows

I was playing with Win8 on an older system. At one point I logged into my Outlook account. Suddenly the system itself changed my login and instituted a password without telling me what it was; it was an identity I … Continue reading

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Four Needs of Manhood

Hat tip to Jay for this one: The Four Kinds Of Male Loneliness. The article refers to loneliness men feel for: 1. feminine companionship 2. the brotherhood of other men 3. a lord, human and/or divine 4. the man he … Continue reading

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Leave It Behind

The biggest mistake was turning faith into a crusade. What’s the difference between enjoying entertainment and worshiping? Given how most churches operate, the difference is small. That in itself is not the problem. The problem is our habit of pushing … Continue reading

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Teachings of Jesus — Luke 17:20-37

Jesus healed ten lepers and only the one Samaritan returned to worship and give thanks. Jesus confirmed how it was his faith that healed him. As the writer of Hebrews notes, faith is the assurance of things we cannot perceive … Continue reading

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Damnation Justified

Just so you’ll understand: The sudden rise in pro-abortion laws and policies is not merely for the convenience of women. It’s portrayed that way, but the money behind this is all about harvesting tissue and organs. The really nasty item … Continue reading

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An Elaborate Facade

Socialism (and/or communism) seeks to secure the material blessings of tribal living, but without the deep moral commitments necessary to make it all work. Granted, you can still have a tribal society with the same corruption and oppression that we … Continue reading

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Filling the Void

Stop for a moment and focus. Listen to your heart. How empty must a man be to invest millions of dollars in a private island for which the sole purpose is getting away with child molestation? Perhaps we could understand … Continue reading

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