Tag Archives: Tree of Life

Charlie and the Cherubim

Once upon a time there lived a serious thinking fellow named Charlie. He thought so seriously about things that he felt an intense hunger to find the real goodness of life and a thirst to find the knowledge that would … Continue reading

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Hank and Eve

A long, long time ago there lived a gardener named Hank. He cultivated a special garden. It wasn’t an earthly garden of tomatoes and rutabagas. Rather, it represented the abundance and fruitfulness cultivated in his heart and mind. The beauty … Continue reading

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The similarities between the Christmas tree and the Tree of Life

For one thing, both trees have a definite reference to God. Although people may have an image of a fruit tree (like apple) rather than an evergreen tree when they think of the Tree of Life in the Genesis story, … Continue reading

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Nick The Neuron Discovers A New World

Once upon a time there lived a lonely neuron named Nick. In spite of being surrounded by billions of other neurons, Nick felt alienated from the rest. He believed there was more to life than what was being shown to … Continue reading

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Was The Forbidden Fruit A Crisp, Juicy Apple?

Eating fruit is supposed to be healthy for us. The saying, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” is a positive testimonial to its nutritional value and fiber content. So why would God warn Adam and Eve not to … Continue reading

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