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In vv.16-20 The Spirit lays stress on three names, as exemplars of righteousness. They lived in faith despite of the circumstances. “

Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord./….Noah was a just man and perfect in his generations, and Noah walked with God(Ge.6:8-9). He lived at a time when it was not different from what we are living. Truth is alternate truth and revising reality to buttress the wicked ideology is same as those who lived when ‘the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually(v.6:5)’. Their culture wars was muck that a great flood simply washed away. At such a time Noah condemned them by patiently deepening his faith. The ark that he built was a sign. Daniel was in exile but he would not defile himself with the royal dishes offered to their…

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308 pages cover folly of man and it has come in so many shapes and forms. Divine Right of kings in practice finished off the kings except for a few. Then we had the Age of Enlightenment. All men are brothers, so it would have us believe. But are they? Reading this book shall give for those who think, a fighting chance to know the humbug nations dish out for public consumption.

New Millennium: in Praise of Folly explains how we separated from our ape cousins before our brains were adequate to know our left from right hand. Since then consumables and war have consumed so much of man’s energy and the book gives the reader an unvarnished look into his world.

What can you expect from civilization when man has no idea what it is to be civil? You saw it recently in Minneapolis when Derek Chauvin had his knee on George Floyd for some nine minutes.  Systematic use of racists in the police to restore law and order so ethnic cleansing by other means is worked into nation’s Constitution must eat into its own vitals. What civilization are we in the West talking about?

For those who are interested the book is available through Amazon.com paperback or on kindle.

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We came across already what God wanted Ezekiel was to be a watchman for his countrymen. He was trusted with their safety and if he had failed to warn them all that God said he was to be accountable to him direct. So if death was his portion it was no matter. He had by faith delivered his soul. In the case of Isaiah and Jeremiah tradition has it that they died martyrs. It is very clear that loving God will all our heart mind and soul is not to whitewash flesh that is perishable but soul that is immortal. For this reason Jesus said whom we should really fear I mean in the sense of reverence, “And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell(Matt.10:28)”. How foolish…

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