Assumptions

It is possible I’ve shot myself in the foot with the things I’ve listed on this page. Regardless, please read but do so with caution. Accountability may be required later on down the road for what follows.

Disclaimer: I have friends that don’t agree with some of this. That’s okay. I’m not directing anything toward anyone. It’s a given that there are parts of who I am (and you too, probably) that some folks had just rather leave alone. Accepted. So, again, I’m not trying to tell you something from behind the keyboard. IF you happen to drop by this site/this page, give me a holler.

An assumption (definition) is something which could be true or false but probably believed to be true. To determine which one it is, investigation is required. Do we pick and choose the things we want to learn more about? Most of us do but what is our motive for our choices? Are there certain issues we had rather not discuss? Does it make any difference?

I believe it makes a difference. Between being a blessing or a shame and folly (Read Proverbs 18:12, 13), I would rather hear the matter. To take it a step beyond that of just knowing for ourselves, when it comes to life–physical as well as spiritual–we should have the love and desire to share what we learn, especially if we think it to be of importance for the well-being of others–it would bless those who listen. Here are a few subjects/topics/issues–sacred cows–that should be considered by all true believers in Jesus Christ:

  1. Cancer Radiation Treatments: There is more to this than most people realize. For instance, here are 10 Questions to Ask BEFORE Accepting Radiation Therapy for Cancer (Even so, there will be some who’ll stick to their “assumptions” concerning cancer treatments).
  2. The Truth About Cholesterol: Read this article by Ty Bolinger (The Truth About Cholesterol, Statin Drugs, and Cancer).
  3. chemtrails: It is a matter of choice to know or not to know about chemtrails and what they are about. Assuming that, “There is nothing to that” doesn’t do away with the truth of the matter.
  4. What about studying false religions? It is taught by some that studying false teachings is prohibited in the Bible.  Whether or not the studying of false religions is taught against in the Bible has an answer. If you know little about cults and false teachings how can you possibly know when it is mixed in with your form of worship? You can’t. For example, and I hope you see that I’m not being condescending, do you observe Easter as a Christian? It is of a pagan origin but if you know nothing of historical paganism then you will continue in its false worship. (I told you to be careful! If you dare to know the truth, now is the time to click on the “Easter” link. [Hey, at least you didn’t choose to ignore the truth!]) What about Christmas, it’s origin and what about the Christmas tree and where it came from? It is a bit hard to swallow the facts concerning this, much less to digest it. (Why is it so quiet around here?)
  5. American education: All anyone has to do is to read “The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America” by Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt. So many cannot accept the truth of how our government schools are participating in corrupting our children’s minds.

There are some things we may not be able to do anything about–such as chemtrails–but there is satisfaction, to a degree, in knowing what is going on and seeing it as a piece of the big picture.

-Freeman

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First published 8/8/16. Added back to the site 8/12/18.