Ever since I made a concerted effort to explore the Christian music scene, and discover the “good music” that I knew was out there, I’ve been aware of the controversy of Christian love songs. Controversy? Yes, in between the awkward attempts and lame lyrics, there were a number of good sounding attempts (for their time), but I found, like many, they played on sophomoric sleight of hand with ‘God is my girlfriend’ lyrics. There are Christian songs that appear to easily swap out “Jesus” for “girl”, and vice versa, without harming the content in anyway. And if the lyrics stand on their own, some are so ambiguous as to cast doubt on who exactly is the subject of the love. Astoundingly, for a faith that holds love as the highest ethic and motive, there are woefully few good Christian love songs. Now, however, I think I’ve found a truly exemplary one: And, if you’re reading a blog like this, I’m sure you’ve heard it and probably already love it, too.
An oddly symmetrical, skull-shaped island off the North-East coast of Canada. Bonus points for finding the guy who looks like he just won something!
Check out this article about a Northern Alberta, Canada, group of beavers that have created their own dam twice as wide as the Hoover Dam and visible from space.
Check out this article about a Northern Alberta, Canada, group of beavers that have created their own dam twice as wide as the Hoover Dam and visible from space:
All I can think of is how awesome God is to create wildlife that can outdo our best technology in this day and age.