Fake emails - May 11th, 2013

I have received returned emails that have not been sent by me.  I do not have outgoing capabilities on those email addresses, so it couldn’t have been sent, even if I was hacked.  Basically, it is spoofed email. The sender pretends to send from one email address, when it is actually sent from a totally […]

Multi-language linked Bibles - July 15th, 2011

For all my e-reader Bibles go to my Bibles for e-readers page. I have already created Parallel Bibles with one language below the other.  What more would you need?  Parallel Bibles only works well with two versions. Also though nice to have both languages visible, sometimes it is distracting and preferable to have only one […]

Free Bilingual eReader Bibles - May 31st, 2011

For all my e-reader Bibles go to my Bibles for e-readers page. What started as a little project of getting the Bible on the Kindle has grown a bit. Since I already have the files, scripts and process fresh in mind, I have decided to add bilingual versions. While I am at it in addition […]

Free Bibles for Kindle & Nook in multiple languages - May 30th, 2011

For all my e-reader Bibles go to my Bibles for e-readers page. For my own personal use, I have formated several Bibles for the Kindle and while I was at it converted them to the EPUB format for the Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo eReader, and others.  The texts of all these Bible are in the […]

Free Albanian Bible for eReaders - May 20th, 2011

For all my e-reader Bibles go to my Bibles for e-readers page. Living now in Albania, I formatted for the Kindle the Albanian Bible which is in the public domain. I have posted it here for anyone who might find it helpful. There is navigation that I find good enough for me (updated from my […]

Morality: A question of law or opinion - June 25th, 2010

Arguments for the existence of an absolute moral law. In our age of multicultural relativism, the ten commandments are often viewed as dead platitudes, antiquated and irrelevant for modern man. Several years ago, there was a long and furious debate when a judge in America placed the ten commandments in his courtroom. Despite the fact […]

Awakened to sin - June 22nd, 2010

In trembling hands, the fruit rolled off his fingers and dropped to the ground. The fruit had an overpowering taste that was different than anything he had eaten before. And yet, no sooner had he tasted the sweet juices of the fruit than he was filled with a bitterness that reached deep into his soul. […]

Fears of uncertainty and fable creatures - June 19th, 2010

Stories of a creature with a head like a dog and hind legs like a kangaroo, which sucks the blood out of chickens and rabbits take us back to the old country. Yes, it may be part of what we call the Old Country, however it is in modern day Ukraine that these stories live. […]

Churches in conflict - June 12th, 2010

I am pained to write about church conflicts. Yes, it is a reality and that does not bother me as much as what impression it leaves upon others. When there are conflicts within the Christian community, those unaffiliated smirk. It seemingly gives the onlookers ample justification for their rejection of the Gospel. “If the good […]

Fundamentals of the Gospel - June 11th, 2010

“I marvel that you are turning away so soon from Him who called you in the grace of Christ, to a different gospel, which is not another; but there are some who trouble you and want to pervert the gospel of Christ.” Galatians 1:6-7 The question arises, “What defines a different gospel?” Or rather, “How […]