John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
Author /James Ross Kelly
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James Kelly is a Christian seeking the Mercy of God (i.e., His Goodness and Loving Kindness) and daily more of the Grace of His Holy Spirit.
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TWO decades ago palaeontologists were astonished to discover impressions
of feathers in rock around the petrified bones of dinosaurs that had
clearly, from the anatomy those bones displayed, been unable to fly when
they were alive. Astonishment turned to delight with the subsequent
discovery of exquisitely preserved examples of these feathers in the
petrified tree resin known as amber. Now, a team led by Xing Lida at the
China University of Geosciences, in Beijing, and Ryan McKellar at the
Royal Saskatchewan Museum, in Regina, has uncovered something even more
impressive. As they report in Current Biology, they have found, again preserved in amber, part of a dinosaur’s feathered tail.
Their fossil comes from the Hukawng valley amber mines in northern Myanmar, already famous for many spectacular specimens of life dating from 99m years ago, during the mid-Cretaceous period. The tail in question was once attached to a carnivorous dinosaur from a group known as the coelurosaurs, the most famous member of which is Tyrannosaurus. The coelurosaur here, though, was no tyrannical giant. Its tail bones are only two millimetres wide, suggesting it was not much larger than a modern sparrow. Whether it was fully grown or still a juvenile remains unknown.
Jordan Peterson, Canadian psychologist is far more wildly popular than most Canadians and most psychologists. Where he is not popular he has been the flashpoint for considerable debate and controversy. Who would have thought that a professor of psychology with a deep interest in the work of Karl Jung and Friedrich
As leaders decline to act, the numbers grow. In the past 20 years, about 380 Southern Baptist church leaders and volunteers have faced allegations of sexual misconduct, the newspapers found. They were pastors. Deacons. Ministers. Youth pastors. Sunday school and Christian school teachers. Church program volunteers. They left behind more than 700 victims.