Birds of the Bible – Ostrich II

Even a mother wolf will nurse her cubs, but my people are like ostriches, cruel to their young. (Lamentations 4:3 GNB) Even jackals nurse their young, but my people are like ostriches that abandon their own. (Lamentations 4:3 CEV) The two versions of Lamentations 4:3 are interesting. In Birds of the Bible – Ostrich, the … Continue reading

Ian’s Bird of the Week – Resplendent Quetzal

Ian’s Bird of the Week – Resplendent Quetzal ~ Ian Montgomery Newsletter 10-18-10 It looks like your collective prayers worked, thank you very much, so here is the legendary Resplendent Quetzal, the main goal of my visit to Costa Rica. After a post-flight night in a hotel in the capital, San Jose, I drove to … Continue reading

Interesting Things – Similar Features Show Design

Similar Features Show Design, Not Universal Common Descent by Randy J. Guliuzza, P.E., M.D. is a very interesting article from the October issue of the Acts and Facts from Institute for Creation Research. “I’m related to George Washington,” an acquaintance announced after searching his genealogical record. He also believes he is closely related to chimpanzees. … Continue reading

Ian’s Bird of the Week: Clark’s Nutcracker

Ian’s Bird of the Week: Clark’s Nutcracker ~ by Ian Montgomery Newsletter – 10-14-10 My apologies for the very late bird of the week. My last week in California was very full, so the flight to Costa Rica last Sunday was the first opportunity to prepare the photos and, owing to internet problems at my … Continue reading

Scripture Alphabet of Animals: The Wolf

Scripture Alphabet of Animals: The Wolf By Harriet N. Cook (1814-1843) The wolf is rather larger than our largest dogs, and looks somewhat like them; but he seems more wild, savage and cruel. The wolves go in large companies, making a terrible howling noise; and though they are in general cowardly, yet when they are … Continue reading

Scripture Alphabet of Animals: The Whale

Scripture Alphabet of Animals: The Whale By Harriet N. Cook (1814-1843) The whale is mentioned in the first chapter of the Bible, 21st verse. And God created great whales. Some suppose that large fish of every kind are here meant. An animal called the leviathan is described in one of the last chapters of Job, … Continue reading