Monday, January 30, 2006

jason is making me do this

i am glad i know how to do this now :)

Saturday, January 28, 2006

Don't Give Up On Books Yet!

Okay, so we are followers (Positive peer pressure is good ~ Emmanuel Baek). But we agree that it is a good idea to show others what we are reading. It helps to see what type of manna you are thinking on throughout the day.

Janelle's Books:
1. Bible, by God
2. Speciation, by Coyne and Orr

Jason's Books:
1. Bible, by God (Amazing Facts Reading Plan)
2. Early Writings, by Ellen White
3. Great Controversy, by Ellen White
4. Board Review Series OB & GYN, by Sakala
5. Reclaiming Lost Members, by Jim Ayer
6. NMS for USMLE Step 2, by LWW

Together Books:
1. Adventist Home, by Ellen White
2. Mission Pilot (David Gates Story), by Eileene Lantry (Just Finished)

You can tell that Janelle has an easier time of staying focused on one topic. I hope the pronouncement of our book list will serve as a motivator to complete our readings sooner. Both Janelle and I have yet to read the Bible through completely, so that is our number one goal right now. Two posts in one day, this is a record for us!

Which Sabbath is Holy?

Those that take the Bible literally and logically have to come to grips with the fact that Jesus kept the seventh day Sabbath holy. Many Christians today deny observation of this fourth commandment of the decalogue by convocating on the first day of the week, or Sunday. Is there a Biblical basis for this divergence from not only the written commandment of God, but also the example set forth by the Son of God while here on this Earth? I say no, and the church (Catholic) that made the Sabbath day change in the years to follow Christ's ascension agree to it. Don't believe it, check out this website that gives the popular view on Sunday observance from the horse's mouth! The Seventh-day Adventist Church is thankful the free PR given by the Catholic Church.

St. Catherine Catholic Church Proclamation