Oh No He Didn’t

Been There, Done That.Title: “The Answer: Proof of God in Heaven”

Authors: Marius Forte and Sam Sorbo

Rank: 50

Stunningly Simple Blurb…

The secret to life is simple, but since human beings have had organized thoughts the same questions have surfaced again and again: Why do we exist? What is the purpose of life? Is there a God? If so, is He good? But if He is a good God, how could He permit so much suffering in this world? Why do bad things happen to good people? Where are we coming from and where are we going? And why are we going at all? Is there life after death? Can we be 100% sure? Was this world just created by chance or does it follow a plan?

If you have also pondered some or all of these mysteries, look no further. THE ANSWER: Proof of God in Heaven delves into the substance and complexities of these questions and many more, and offers up some surprisingly simple, reasoned conclusions. It all begins with the Universal Laws, which together define the very basic blueprint of this Universe. Understanding and applying these laws gives us a master key for all knowledge. But THE ANSWER: Proof of God in Heaven searches much further into the truth of these laws and their application in our everyday lives. There are absolute responses to all the questions of faith, purpose, and our paths in life, which you can decipher for yourself by following along with the evidence, logic and deductions of the authors. The key to a complicated puzzle, once revealed, makes the puzzle understandable. Similarly, this book is the key to the puzzles of life, theology, and the heavens. Forté and Sorbo present the solutions to life’s riddles with stunning simplicity, offering the reader an enduring peace in the knowledge of God’s design. The Answer discusses, for example: The certainty with which we can know of God. The eternal laws of the Universe, such as cause and effect, which are always on, just like gravity. The three spheres, heaven, hell and purgatory, which are real and incredibly logical. Our individual development as souls. What Jesus Christ meant when he said in his Sermon on the Mount, “Whatever you sow, you shall reap.” How a house bears witness to its architect (though the architect is long-gone), and a footprint in the sand offers proof that a human walked the beach, even when that person is already far away. How the Universe is perfectly balanced and just. How the Universe never forgets (because it can’t). The Answer relies on simplicity because the truth is simple. This book does not ask you to believe, it offers proof. Just as easily as the sum of 2+2 is 4, absolutely, The Answer addresses all of life’s most fundamental questions and more.

Review: “This is one of the most readable metaphysics books I have encountered.”

Spoiler Alert: “As I skimmed & read several parts of the book before I sat down to really read it, I felt I was going to really be enlightened…until I realized that he believes in reincarnation.”

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Footnote: If we’re all reincarnated, where did Cain and Abel’s souls come from?

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I got your answer right here: Fuck you, Arizona.

The Answer relies on simplicity. This blurb (really?) does not.

Plus, The Secret.

And for Catt: I just lost The Game.

Stinque grammar Nazis. Question, bitchez.

He went to the baths and got layed.

This does not look right to me but I can’t think it should be ‘laid’.

Ideas, dears.

ADD: K, solved it. He went to the baths and got fucked. But still interested in that sentence. Strange to say, Fowler doesn’t seem to cover it.

@Benedick: Lay/lie is the only thing that thwarts me, and I can’t speak for grammarians, but one always gets laid.

@Mistress Cynica: It’s fun to watch “Possible Points” drop like bricks.

@JNOV: dammit! Every time you bring that up I lose too.

@nojo: Evvvvveryyyybody plays until the English PM says the game is over. Or something like that.

@Benedick: Laid, but that does not distinguish between the boinker and boinkee. If that is significant, “banged like a screen door in a hurricane” or the like might do.

Note to Nojo: my kid just got a full-time job with Nike at the mothership in Beaverton. Lest you mock this, let me be clear: My Portland-resident kid has a full-time job WITH BENEFITS.

@Dodgerblue: Awesome.

@nojo: In Enland we lie down. Here we lay down. Go figure.

Laid it is.

You lie (yourself) down, and lay everything else down. That’s how they told me it works. Unless you are Joe Wilson, and then you just lie all the time.

@Dodgerblue: Mazel tov to the Dodgerette! Plus I assume said job does not involve making dry soy cappuccinos and explaining to PDX customers where the soybeans were sourced?

@Dodgerblue: You had me mocking at “Beaverton”.

@SanFranLefty: No, she is managing a herd of product development PhDs on the Beaverton campus. Apparently we (lucky parents) get a huge discount on Nike products and so I’m thinking velvet Nike tracksuit with a handgun in the waistband.

@Dodgerblue: You have no idea how awesome that discount is until you experience it. It is a big plus part of the job.

One of my bestest friend’s ex-sister-in-law worked at the Beaverton Flagship. Best part of that dysfunctional relationship with his ex was the heavily discounted sweatshop swag from the campus store that all the rest of us got when the two came back from trips up north.

/Women’s size 10 running shoes and soccer cleats, in case you were wondering what to get me.

Paging RedManLaw:
What’s up with all these protests in ABQ?
No blue meth?

@Dodgerblue: Ha! Someone I know might have had a gray velour one minus the sidearm. It was the ’80s, mmmkay?

Congrats to the kiddo!

@nojo: Hey! I can pronounce “Enumclaw”! I think. Sometimes it’s hard to tell.

@JNOV: Since that’s also a well-advertised insurance company whose name has been repeated by professional announcers, doesn’t count.

@nojo: I don’t have TV or a radio. It’s a name on the front of a bus or a place on a map.

@SanFranLefty: New Mexico has been hit by an unprecedented wave of police shootings over the past few years.

The protests in ABQ by the University area were sparked by APD’s shooting of some poor homeless bastard who was camping in the foothills:

DOJ has been investigating APD for some time now over officer involved shootings: http://krqe.com/2014/04/01/doj-reforms-for-apd-could-cost-millions/

Cops in Santa Fe killed a woman a few blocks from my house in January after a chase: http://www.koat.com/news/new-mexico/albuquerque/Dash-Cam-Of-Deadly-Santa-Fe-Shooting/23974442

In November 2013, the New Mexico State Police shot at a woman and a van full of kids up near Taos after a chase: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rqe6Oesvhl0

Then there’s this: http://www.taosnews.com/news/article_4336f058-ba07-11e3-877d-001a4bcf887a.html

My thoughts: police departments here have been very understaffed for years. Local governments started throwing money at the issue and I think hired whoever they could to fill the ranks

It could be a long hot summer.

Enumclaw, better known as Pompeii II.

Meanwhile, $COTU$ continues in its efforts to free wealthy people and corporations from the oppressive shackles of modest limits on campaign donations.

@SanFranLefty: Our only hope is a re-do of the War of 1812 but with Canada taking over this time.

@SanFranLefty: I don’t even call those limits modest. More like “nominal”.

@Dodgerblue: I look forward to Canada annexing the Pacific Northwest and NorCal coast to form the new province of Cascadia.

@Dodgerblue: Bunch of fucking hippies. Although you can see the Pacific through the Golden Gate from parts of Oakland, Bezerkeley, and Albany, so maybe the sections of Alameda County east of Tilden Park and the Caldecott Tunnel should be included.

@SanFranLefty: Oh sure, that might have made sense twenty or thirty years ago, but Cascadia today would be overwhelmed with Geek Libertarians.

@¡Andrew!: Now that I can pronounce because of TV and such. But I’m a little distressed by the comparison. Must read about Enumclaw going boom. But, hell, everything around here is going to go boom. The things that make The West so beautiful are the things that will kill us. I don’t mind the tradeoff.

@nojo: Tru dat. Where my people at? And why does everyone here say, “No worries”? I’m saying it now. It’s disturbing.

Thus continues my anthropological observations of a new culture. If we get too many transplants from cranky places like Philly, we’re doomed.

@JNOV: They should be saying “No problem.” What the hell is going on up there?

@nojo: You’ve been away too long, son.

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