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Starodavna in povsod navzoča Gnoza (iz gr. gnosis = spoznanje) je najstarejša krščanska herezija. Z njo so se soočali že aposto...
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Lej, kako brez države je napačno vprašanje. To je napačno vprašanje. Saj se da nanj odgovorit konsistentno, ampak vprašanje je napačno.

Pravilno vprašanje je, kako zmanjšati količino trpljenja, ki na žalost zaenkrat obstaja po defaultu, in kako zmanjšati trenutno zlo, ki ga po trenutno večini povzroča država, in bi sicer ne bilo nujno...

In res verjamem, da je pravilna pot za to med drugim, da nosimo svoj križ, svojo osebno odgovornost, in kot posamezniki odgovarjamo na potrebe okrog sebe, sledimo Kristusu, ki nam daje upanje, mir, svobodo in zaupanje ter osebno odrešenje. Brez tega se človeku zmeša, še posebej če je vsaka stvar, ki jo narediš neskončnega pomena. In vsaka stvar, ki jo rečemo in naredimo je neskončnega pomena in ima posledice in ima ceno.

Look how no country is the wrong question. That's the wrong question. I mean, he can answer the question, but the question is wrong. The correct question is how to reduce the amount of suffering which, unfortunately, exists for the time being, and how to reduce the current evil, which is currently being caused by the state, and it would not necessarily be... And I really believe that the right way is to carry our cross, our personal responsibility, and as individuals we answer to the needs of ourselves, we follow Christ who gives us hope, peace, freedom and trust and personal salvation. Without it, a man goes crazy, especially if every thing you do is infinite. And every thing we say and do is infinite and has consequences and has a price.
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Evangelijska krščanska cerkev Radovljica

Kajti GOSPOD, tvoj Bog, te pelje v lepo deželo, v deželo potokov, studencev in podzemskih vodá, ki izvirajo po dolinah in gorah;

— 5 Mojzes 8,1 (SSP)

Is it possible that many families, if given the opportunity, would openly embrace the concept of very small, family-like, community schools akin to those once k...nown as the “little red schoolhouse”? And is it possible that this small, individualized education would go far in correcting the behavioral and academic issues which plague the sprawling school campuses we have today?

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Is it possible that many families, if given the opportunity, would openly embrace the concept of very small, family-like, community schools akin to those once known as the “little red schoolhouse”? And is it possible that this small, individualized education would go far in correcting the behavioral...
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Expectation vs Reality #GraphicDesign

Thanks for awesome two days getting to work with you guys and hanging out, Ana & Morgan.
God, I love this community in Radovljica

Well said

Jordan B Peterson (born June 12, 1962) is a Canadian clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. This is part of his Bibl...
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Just a little bit of something I made yesterday

Cleaning up some boxes, I found two plumb bobs and made wooden handles for wrapping the string around them.
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When someone inquires whether homeschool is in session here at the tiny house, perhaps I should respond, "Yes! Always. We all are learning, and the learning never stops." We have the freedom to homeschool, and to keep our young preschoolers out of school, as we see fit. But why would someone choose…
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These two are from last Sunday. Check out more photos on my website
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From a photoshoot from last Sunday

Previous Sunday I did a joint photoshoot with two families.
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Tahoma, Helvetica, and Arial walk into a bar. The bartender shouts: "Get out! We don't serve your type!"
— Unknown Designer

Out of nothing nothing comes, ergo: "nothing" never existed, because it can't ever have existence. "Nothing" or no-thing, is a negation of existence. Therefore it always had to have been something, but since we know that Big bang happened and it couldn't have happened from something before it, it must have been something immaterial, space-less, eternal (time-less and without beginning or end) and uncaused, that had caused the creation: created something where there wasn't anything material and temporal.

You can call it Logos or you can call it God. As for how? I have absolutely no intelligent guess whatsoever. I'm simply and humbly in awe.

Only 34% of eighth graders are able to read at a proficient level. Which means that nearly 2 out of 3 students leave the school system without proficient litera...cy skills. If students were allowed to spend more time in school reading for pleasure, would interest and ability in reading increase?

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Only 34% of eighth graders are able to read at a proficient level. Which means that nearly 2 out of 3 students leave the school system without proficient literacy skills. If students were allowed to spend more time in school reading for pleasure, would interest and ability in reading increase?
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"But if they are called to be God’s free and freedom-bringing people, then they must learn to live as God’s free people, giving up the habit of slavery—yes, slavery is as much a habit of mind as a physical state—and learning the art of responsible, free living."
— N.T. Wright: After You Believe

Quotes that make a Difference

“It’s my property and a gift from the Lord. Why should I pay tax on it?”
— Williamson, Michael Z.: Freehold (Freehold Series Book 1)

'The text discovered in the charred Ein Gedi scroll is "100 percent identical" to the version of the Book of Leviticus that has been in use for centuries, said Dead Sea Scroll scholar Emmanuel Tov from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, who participated in the study.
"This is quite amazing for us," he said. "In 2,000 years, this text has not changed."'

Scientists have finally been able to read the oldest biblical text ever found. The 2,000-year-old scroll has been in the hands of archaeologists for decades. But it hasn’t been possible to read it, since it was too dangerous to open the charred and brittle scroll. Scientists have now been able to re...
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