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- Aayan Hirsi Ali, well-known atheist, becomes a Christian, gets criticized by Richard Dawkins.Who is Aayan Hirsi Ali? Aayan was born in Somalia 54 years ago to a Muslim family. She speaks up for Muslim women against forced marriage, child marriage, honor killing, and genital mutilation. She underwent genital mutilation when she was 5 years old. Her father opposed it but he was in jail when her grandmother… Read more: Aayan Hirsi Ali, well-known atheist, becomes a Christian, gets criticized by Richard Dawkins.
- Yellowstone River Rockhounding, Mammoths, and the Battle of the Little Big Horn.I promised I would take Kim and Mary Ann to Montana. Kim is a rockhounder and she wanted to find Montana agates. The best ones are lying in gravel bars of the famous river after it exits Yellowstone National Park, and heads northeast to eventually join the Missouri River. This story is about, not just… Read more: Yellowstone River Rockhounding, Mammoths, and the Battle of the Little Big Horn.
- What do Near-Death Experiences tell us – Part 2Part 1 of this series ends with a list of what near-death experiences or NDEs have in common. This list was gleaned from a book by Lee Strobel called The Case for Heaven. John Burke has written several books, the most famous one being Imagine Heaven. It’s a book about NDEs which he has studied… Read more: What do Near-Death Experiences tell us – Part 2
- Vail, Colorado in summer is also an eye-opening experience.I had driven east-to-west through Vail many times on Interstate 70 between Denver and Grand Junction. Have stayed just to the west of Vail in Glenwood Springs, where a famous large hot springs pool sits right next to an Olympic-sized swimming pool. One summer, we ran the Colorado River that goes through Glenwood Springs, in… Read more: Vail, Colorado in summer is also an eye-opening experience.