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About ColorStorm

Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture.

A guide for decons, aka The absent-minded professors

“Most Christians have pure (blind) faith, not well-versed at all in their own Scriptures and its plethora of incongruencies, contradictions, and erroneous logic — ” So sez the false professors of academia as well as the pseudo-professors and self-described experts … Continue reading

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Listen to the dead!

The mouths have been stopped. The arguments have been summarily dismissed. God’s word has always had the edge, and the razor edge at that, not as in narrowly……but as in cutting, slicing through the vapid excuses of the godless who … Continue reading

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There is a good word for that

Originally posted on The Lions Den :
Within one tenth of a second upon hearing about the Spanish massacre, I thought: ‘murdering bastards!’ and was quite happy when I read Drudge cite those ‘Barcelona bastards’ hours later.’ Apparently, others recognize what…

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Yet there is more!

Yet one more confirming word of the reliability of scripture amidst a world of scientific ignorance.  See the kids below? The ocean was there.  Dry land now, hmmm. Remind you of something? Does it remind you of something that so-called … Continue reading

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How great thou art

I observed recently how God is just as relevant and evident today as He was back in the day……….amidst fires and floods and high winds in Jamaica. Now after seeing the so-called scientists wrong (as to the movements and patterns … Continue reading

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Public service announcement

The year: 2068 Reuters/CNN/GNN fresh wire live update   *****************We have just discovered after 51 years of painstakingly daily research by scientists and scholars, that hurricane Irma never occurred. No evidence was found of house damage, no verifiable witnesses were … Continue reading

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A few questions/thoughts for the godless

Soooo, which came first the brain or the skull? How did human flesh get the will or know how to attach itself to bones? Did it take a day, a year, ten years, a hundred years, a thousand years, a … Continue reading

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The mother of all storms

He has an innocuous name. Harvey. But don’t confuse his mild-mannered description with weakness. Nope, ol Harv plans on wrecking havoc the likes of which Texas has never seen. Which reminds me. Water. Lots of it. Flooding. Massive flooding is … Continue reading

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I bet you can’t watch this to the end

Good ol Neil, the hero to sooo many so-called intellectuals. His fav line: ‘I’m not tellin you how to think,’ and, ‘you are not doing science.’ I love how he dismissed Ptolemy too. Then he bloviates: ‘God is an ever … Continue reading

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Such a sight to behold

Unless you have lived under a rock, you are aware of the eclipse that has people all riled up. Indeed, an 80 mile-ish path of pure delight, shadowing the U.S. from west to east in a diagonal/straight line. Apart from … Continue reading

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There is a good word for that

Within one tenth of a second upon hearing about the Spanish massacre, I thought: ‘murdering bastards!’ and was quite happy when I read Drudge cite those ‘Barcelona bastards’ hours later.’ Apparently, others recognize what it obvious. Bastards I tell ya. … Continue reading

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Thought for the day

I made this comment on another’s post, and I hope you agree it is worthy of more air time.   ‘Man is stupid enough to believe he created God….. but smart enough to know he is an idiot for believing … Continue reading

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Some harsh words, necessary though

The common unbeliever is merely aloof, but the atheist goes further and holds God in contempt of creation……and is completely oblivious to this uncaring fact, or denies that he does this, meanwhile back at the ranch, each day and moon … Continue reading

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Didja hear bout the farmer?

Surely you have known one or two farmers off the beaten path and in the travels of life. Thought occurred to me if it was possible to be an atheist farmer. I suppose it is possible, after all, camels can … Continue reading

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It’s a masterpiece

Picture for a moment your eyes fastened on a canvas. You are alone in a museum (the docent shut out every other visitor for you) sitting for hours. You cannot look away as you have been arrested by your perception … Continue reading

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Wisdom’s lonely friends

I read recently an observation by someone that was used as a springboard for a laugh fest and it is this: There is no wisdom in the bible In the words of the always vocal and loud mouthed colorful John … Continue reading

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The need for speed!

So I have become a familiar face to the big place that warehouses all things for home repairs, you know, without mentioning names, the orange apron people. Endless summer projects, stealing every minute of my already action packed time with … Continue reading

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Evo and Groucho

Can you bear the thought of an animal choosing its identity? Can you imagine for an instance the sheer stupidity of thinking a tiger chose its own stripes? Sure you can, if, and I say IF you are honest. Evolution … Continue reading

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Near and dear

The mystery of the heavens is revealed in the common spiders web. Enter God into the mix and the mystery crumbles in the face of revelation.  Truly as the good book sez: though He be not far from us. As … Continue reading

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The scopes trial

Apart from God, men use telescopes to increase their knowledge, but in return simply magnify their ignorance. This should neither be an affront to the unbeliever since he has admitted he has no more spirit than a red heifer, and … Continue reading

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