June Mar Fajardo sad to see Brian Heruela go, but hopes pal gets longer minutes at TNT

first_img‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew It was a harmonious albeit polar partnership for the former University of Cebu Webmasters with Fajardo raking in two of his four MVPs in the 2015-16 and 2016-17 season while Heruela languished at the Beermen bench.San Miguel traded Heruela away with forward David Semerad and a 2020 first round pick to TNT for Terrence Romeo.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissFajardo admitted that he was sad to see his pla go but he’s aware that the PBA is a business and no one player has full control of his career.“At first I was sad because I’ve been teammates with him for so long,” said Fajardo after the Beermen’s practice Wednesday at Acropolis Clubhouse. “But it’s always been said that we really don’t control our destiny in basketball. Whatever your team is now, you should cherish your time with it.” Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title LATEST STORIES Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil “I’m happy for him,” said Fajardo.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Fajardo, though, is happy to Heruela go to a new team that could use his talent unlike in San Miguel where the 5-foot-10 point guard had to wait behind Alex Cabagnot, Von Pessumal, and Chico Lanete,Heruela played the least among the Beermen during the 2017-18 season with an average of 9.7 minutes per game, but Fajardo hoped that his buddy could have a better individual career with the KaTropa.“I think it’s better that he’s there because he can play longer,” said Fajardo.Blackwater chose Heruela as the 26th overall pick of the 2014 Draft but the diminutive point guard was quick to prove his worth as he put up 10.6 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 5.3 assists per game in 25 games in his rookie season.These numbers caught the eye of Barako Bull, which then traded him to San Miguel.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lassiter on Romeo’s arrival: San Miguel style ‘not going to change for another player’ MOST READ MANILA, Philippines—College pals June Mar Fajardo and Brian Heruela time as teammates in the PBA has come to an end after three years.ADVERTISEMENT Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college View commentslast_img read more

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Freddie Kissoon is “politically nasty”

first_imgDear Editor,I pen this letter in response to Frederick Kissoon’s column that was published in Kaieteur News on Friday, July 13, 2018, captioned, “One of the deadly sins of this country”. Subsequent to its publication, I spent some time contemplating whether I should reply or ignore Kissoon, given his unrepentant attitude on the false and malicious accusations he made against me, which resulted in me having to sue him some years ago.In his column, Kissoon decried what he sees as civil society officials and politicians objecting to, and being subjected to, public criticisms, and the many times he was sued for libel. He named me and other persons as being guilty of what he described as “One of the deadly sins of this country”.While I don’t intend to challenge Kissoon on his thesis of what constitute “deadly sins” in Guyana, I will not allow him to get away with his self-serving, self-righteous position when he claimed to be a victim of unwarranted lawsuit for libel.In my case, I took him to court not in pursuit of money or to silence his public criticism. Instead, I did so to give Kissoon the opportunity to produce, for the benefit of the nation, the evidence/information which he claimed to have obtained, which he said linked me to a secret meeting with gunmen in Buxton.Equally important is that what transpired at the time must be seen in the context of the deadly killing spree in the country, and the fact that Kissoon’s false accusation against me was contained in one of a series of articles which he was commissioned to do for the PPP for a price.Those articles were published in the state-owned Guyana Chronicle. This forced me to conclude that Kissoon had become a willing agent of the state, and was involved in a conspiracy to do me harm, politically and otherwise. It is only in Kissoon’s warped mind that his hostile and nasty attacks on me were not matters to be tested in a court of law.Kissoon has the habit, when it suits his purpose, to pretend that he doesn’t know right from wrong; and, as usual, he seeks to hide under deception, and opportunistically invokes generalisation in order to cover his nakedness. In this instance, he sought to give the impression that all libel suits against him were in the category of unwarranted acts, and were the actions of persons who disliked being criticised. As far as Kisson is concerned, none of those cases was justified outside his self-serving construct.It is public knowledge that he and I, over the years, have had numerous exchanges in the letter columns of the newspapers, and many of those polemics were not friendly. On every occasion that I was forced to engage Kissoon, it was as a result of his vile attacks on me for something I had written, or that he claimed I had done. None of those matters, except for the one mentioned above, ever reached the courts.I submit here that Kissoon at times behaves like the proverbial “school bully”, who picks a fight but doesn’t want to feel the pain from the encounter.My position has been, and continues to be, that political activists, including me, must be subjected to public criticisms. I have, on many occasions in the past, publicly defended citizens’ right to freedom of expression, whether or not I agreed with their position. I have also defended my detractors’ right to criticise me; my only concern is that, after they have done so, my right to respond to them is upheld. The record will show that I stand firmly by this conviction.I, however, believe that in public polemics, there must be limits. Very often, Freddie Kissoon, more than any other writer/commentator in Guyana, crosses the “line” and deliberately commits libel.It is my strongly held belief — and I therefore submit that, in my case, he has been, and continues to be, politically nasty, and in the process has set out to have me jailed or killed. In Kissoon’s crooked politics, that is fair game once he is the offender, but when he becomes the victim, he shouts and screams.Yours sincerely,Tacuma Ogunseyelast_img read more

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Suspect in fisherman’s murder arrested

first_imgThe 20-year-old fisherman, who was wanted in connection with the murder of a Meten-Meer-Zorg, West Coast Demerara man, was on Tuesday arrested by Police.Dead: Noel SinghBased on information received, Ramesh “Braffy” Ramdeen was on the run after allegedly killing his fellow villager, Noel Singh, on Sunday. He was taken into custody after being spotted in Parika, East Bank Essequibo (EBE).Singh, who is a 22-year-old fisherman, was knifed to death in front of his home, owing to an old grievance between himself and the suspect.Reports are that at about 20:00h on Sunday, Noel was returning home from a bar where he and his friends had been consuming alcoholic beverages. He was in front of his yard when the suspect confronted him.The argument is said to have been a continuation of a verbal row the duo had some six days prior to the stabbing incident.However, the row escalated and the suspect reportedly whipped out a knife from the waist of his pants and stabbed the victim twice to the left side of his chest and once to his back. He then cut the fisherman along his left wrist.Singh then collapsed and fell into the drain in front of his yard. He managed to climb out, covered in mud, and was picked up by one of his friends, who had been on the street en route to a shop in close proximity of Noel’s home. Meanwhile, the suspect fled the scene and made good his escape.The now dead man’s brother and parents were alerted and a bleeding Noel was rushed to the Leonora Cottage Hospital, ECD, but was already dead when he arrived there.Noel’s friend, who found the bleeding fisherman on the street on Sunday night, Reyaad Mohammed, told Guyana Times that he had just returned home from work and was heading towards the shop to purchase an item when he noticed the suspect approaching him from the opposite direction.“All I see is this boy running coming towards me and I try to run back home because he had tried to attack me a lot of times already so when he passed then I came out back and saw my friend on the road laying there, panting for breath. I helped to take him to the hospital with a taxi. The person who stabbed my friend had beat up and cuff up my friend a few days ago before he stabbed him Sunday,” Mohammed said.last_img read more

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Wildcats hockey team registration

first_imgDon’t forget that the Fort St. John Wildcats female hockey team is holding early registration this weekend. It will be at WalMart on Saturday and Sunday from 11-4. The club will also be holding tryouts next Saturday (the 23rd) from 8:30 to 10pm. Anyone interested in playing is more than welcome to come out, and if you have any questions call Paul, at 785-2759.- Advertisement –last_img

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2nd CanolaFest a rousing success

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The 2nd CanolaFest music festival was a rousing success this past weekend, as country music fans flocked to Peace Island Park for the day-long event.Over 1,800 attendees braved a bit of wild weather day at the event. After the winds died down late in the morning, the sun burned bright and hot over the festival grounds in Peace Island Park. Mardi Cornet Cooper kicked things off shortly after 2:30, followed by The Social Bulls, Joel Primeau, The Boreal, and Lorissa Scriven. However, the excessively muggy afternoon ended up providing the perfect ingredients for the development of late afternoon thunderstorms across the Peace, one of which dropped a short-lived downpour on the festival grounds, and lightning in the sky led to performances being postponed.None of this managed to dampen the spirits of the festival-goers, as Last Horse Standing took to the stage after a storm delay of only 20 minutes. After performances from Mike Stranberg, Scarlet Sway, Tom Cole, Rose Prairie Romance, Montney Coulees, and the Roadside Distraction, the Chris Buck Band took to the stage for the penultimate performance of the day. The band from Vancouver managed to get the crowd fired up before headliner Tim Hicks took to the stage at 9:30. Hicks’ performance electrified the crowd, particularly during a cover of The Tragically Hip’s “Little Bones” in the wake of that band’s lead singer’s brain cancer diagnosis earlier this year.- Advertisement -Overall the atmosphere at the festival was overwhelmingly positive, and festivalgoers were already looking forward to next year’s lineup before the night had ended.last_img read more

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Man City gain Spurs revenge to go top

first_imgFor all their Champions League heroics to get to the semi-finals this season, Tottenham still have much to do to qualify for the competition next season as they could easily end the Easter weekend outside the top four should Arsenal and Chelsea beat Crystal Palace and Burnley at home respectively.City’s quest for an unprecedented quadruple of trophies was ended by defeat on away goals to Spurs on Wednesday, despite winning a thrilling quarter-final, second leg 4-3.However, they remain on course for a first ever treble of domestic trophies in England as they survived a nervy finale thanks to another blistering start.City have made a habit of firing out of the blocks this season and just like in midweek to kickstart a kamikaze encounter, they struck within five minutes.Foden was making just his second Premier League start and immediately justified Guardiola’s faith in the 19-year-old by heading home Sergio Aguero’s nodded pass across goal from Bernardo Silva’s cross.However, history could easily have repeated itself as after four goals were shared in the opening 11 minutes on Wednesday, Spurs had numerous chances to strike back.Son Heung-min had already forced Ederson in a smart save from a narrow angle before City scored and the Brazilian goalkeeper had to rush from his goal once more to deny Christian Eriksen an equaliser on 15 minutes.Two minutes later the Dane played provider with a glorious ball to free Son in behind the City defence.However, the South Korean, who scored twice in midweek to end City’s European dreams for another season, was caught up just in time by Aymeric Laporte, who made a perfectly timed last-ditch tackle.Despite Tottenham’s chances on the break, it was the hosts who were still dominating territory and possession with Bernardo Silva a constant threat.The Portuguese’s outstanding season was rewarded as he was named alongside teammates Aguero and Raheem Sterling in the six-man shortlist for the PFA Player of the Year award and Jan Vertonghen was fortunate to escape without conceding a penalty when he appeared to trip Silva inside the area.Spurs were without captain Hugo Lloris through injury and his understudy Paulo Gazzaniga looked nervous early on, but the Argentine goalkeeper got down to save Silva’s next effort.Guardiola’s decision to leave Kevin de Bruyne out for the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final between the sides was doubly questioned after the Belgian bagged a brilliant hat-trick of assists in midweek.However, Guardiola’s reasoning for being cautious with his playmaker after an injury-plagued season was understandable as De Bruyne limped off again just before the break and may well now miss the rest of the campaign.Both sides suffered from their midweek exertions and the blazing sun as the second-half meandered along at a much more subdued pace.Spurs had a big penalty appeal of their own turned down when Kyle Walker handled inside the area against his former club.Sterling briefly thought he had completed a hat-trick in stoppage time on Wednesday with the goal that would have sent City through to the Champions League last four until VAR ruled the goal out for offside.And the England international could not believe his misfortune once more when Gazzaniga stuck out an outstretched leg to prevent Sterling sealing a vital three points from Leroy Sane’s cut-back.Instead, City had to suffer through the closing stages knowing one mistake could cost them the title.But they held on as Spurs suffered an eighth straight away defeat to English opposition.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Foden’s first: Phil Foden’s first Premier League goal earned Manchester City a 1-0 win over Tottenham © AFP / Oli SCARFFMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Apr 20 – Manchester City exacted some measure of revenge on Tottenham for their Champions League exit as Phil Foden’s first Premier League goal earned a 1-0 win to move them back top of the table on Saturday.Pep Guardiola’s men edge one point ahead of Liverpool once more with four games of a titanic title race left for both sides.last_img read more

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CONVOY TO GET UPGRADE IN WATER SUPPLY

first_imgIrish Water has confirmed that a programme of works is being developed to improve water quality around the Convoy area.The project, which is expected will proceed to construction phase early next year, has been progressed in an effort to combat discoloration and contamination of the area’s water supply.Welcoming the news, Cllr Liam Doherty said “In recent weeks I have been working closely with local residents around Convoy, particularly in a number of estates such as Beechwood Grove and Beechwood Park in the town regarding the poor quality of the main’s water supply. “Local people have been raising concerns over water discoloration and the presence of contaminants in the water being carried into their homes through their taps, and many were understandably very angry at being billed for water which was undrinkable.“Naturally, Irish Water as the competent utility has a duty to ensure that the water we drink is clean and is not harmful, so I immediately contacted the company and expressed the concerns of residents and sought clarity from the company as to how it planned to address these issues.”The Sinn Fein county councillor said he has now received an update from Irish Water and the company has confirmed that a works programme is being developed for this project in Convoy and that construction will start in early 2017 and will be completed within 6 months.“It’s expected that this work will resolve this matter and will result in an improvement to the drinking water being supplied to homes in the area. “Of course I very much welcome this announcement and I am happy that the development will provide residents with water which is clear and drinkable.“Accordingly, I intend to continue to work with residents and keep them updated on this work which will hopefully address their concerns going forward,” he added.CONVOY TO GET UPGRADE IN WATER SUPPLY was last modified: March 6th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Cllr Liam Dohertyconvoywaterlast_img read more

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Adventurers set to dive into Donegal following tourism expo

first_imgDonegal were well represented as more than 16,000 diving and outdoor adventure enthusiasts flocked to DIVE 2016 in the NEC, Birmingham in October to plan their holidays for 2017.Famous adventurer Monty Halls, who was at the event, was given a special insight into the outdoor adventure opportunities in Donegal. He has expressed a keen interest in experiencing the Wild Atlantic Way and exploring the county. Donegal County Council in association with Donegal Tourism Ltd took a promotional stand at DIVE 2016 on 22nd and 23rd October 2016 representing County Donegal and the EU funded marine tourism project WILDSEA Europe amongst 250+ exhibitors. The event was a great success with a huge interest from visitors in wreck diving and nature tourism along our coastline with many visitors looking for new and unique diving experiences in places that offered much more than just diving, but providing a range of experiences to suit all the family. For this reason, Donegal really has it all.Providing expertise on the subject of diving, Jim Muldowney of Dive Arranmore Charters also attended the event at the Donegal stand and was on hand to tell visitors all about Donegal’s amazing coastal heritage, our world class wreck diving and the beauty of our ocean floor in terms of marine life and marine eco-systems and about sea safari trips along the coast. Jim is a member of the WILDSEA Europe network promoting sustainable coastal tourism and ocean literacy. Experience providers can find out more about joining the network on www.wildsea.eu  DIVE 2016 was a wonderful platform to promote diving in Donegal, WILDSEA Europe and other marine tourism activities to a targeted audience in both the UK and international markets. DIVE 2016 gave visitors the chance to network with people from around the world; browse or buy diving equipment, training courses and diving or other marine tourism themed holidays; and gain inspiration from seeing what other divers have been getting up to. People were looking for new ideas and Donegal proved to be of great interest to those wanting a new experience.Joy Harron from Donegal Tourism LtdDIVE 2016 was a must for targeting divers but the show also provided an excellent opportunity for representatives to meet large numbers of young, active and affluent people who want to experience the great outdoors and to which we showcased that the Wild Atlantic Way in Donegal and the WILDSEA Europe route are both world class marine and coastal wildlife watching experience destinations.Joy Harron from Donegal Tourism Ltd also had the opportunity to meet famous adventurer Monty Halls and discuss all that Donegal has to offer in terms of our fantastic outdoor adventure opportunities. Monty Halls is a broadcaster, speaker, naturalist, former Royal Marine, marine biologist, travel writer and leadership specialist. Joy Harron from Donegal Tourism Ltd. with famous adventurer Monty HallsHis experience covers over two decades of leading teams in some of the most remote environments on earth, presenting wildlife and adventure documentaries, and working with blue chip companies both in the UK and overseas. Monty was also very interested in the WILDSEA Europe project and said that he would love to visit Donegal in the future to get a firsthand experience of our Wild Atlantic Way, which he would love to explore.Adventurers set to dive into Donegal following tourism expo was last modified: November 3rd, 2016 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal County Councildonegal tourismWild Atlantic Waylast_img read more

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GOLF NEWS: FINNIAN O’DOHERTY IN FINE FORM AT NORTH WEST ALLIANCE MEETING

first_imgNORTH WESTERN GOLFING ALLIANCERETURNS TO BALLYLIFFIN [OLD LINKS]SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY: USUAL TEE-TIMES REMAIN IN PLACE: Returning to one of the Alliance Members’ favourite courses, Old Links @ Ballyliffin, members do indeed have a lot to look forward to, with the course and greens in their usual pristine condition.With the Golfer of the Year competition hotting up in both categories, the following are the positions with just two counting competitions to go .Gross Section: Finnian O’Doherty, Letterkenny G.C. 38pts; Seamus McMonagle, Dunfanaghy G.C. 28pts; Noel Callan, Faughan Valley 26pts; John G.McBride, Portsalon G.C. 23pts; Michael McGeady,North West G.C. 19pts. Local bookmakers are believed to have stopped taking bets on Finnian as being a “shoe-in” at this stage, although course punters reckon that John G. Mc Bride, just returned from competing in sunnier chimes, could upset the apple cart in the follow-up positions!Nett Section: Maurice McGettigan, Strabane G,C, 32pts; Odran McGettigan, Strabane G.C.22pts; Eddie McHugh, Strabane G.C.17pts; Brian McCarroll, North West G.C. 16pts; Padraig MacLochlainn, North West 15pts; Damien Gallagher, Dunfanaghy G.C. 14pts.No matter who the winner is in this section, it should definitely be a Strabane member! With the Mc Gettigan brothers going almost neck-to-neck with only a couple of “birdies” between them, it is hard to see either of them not taking the title although i’m sure that “steady Eddie” will give them a run for their money! GOLF NEWS: FINNIAN O’DOHERTY IN FINE FORM AT NORTH WEST ALLIANCE MEETING was last modified: February 17th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:golfNorth West AllianceNoticesSportlast_img read more

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Humans and Chimps Compared

first_imgIn case you had an identity crisis last time at the zoo, Current Biology can provide psychoanalysis.  The May 25 issue posted two articles side by side: one, simply entitled “Humans,”1 and the other, “Chimps.”2  Various comparisons are contrasts are drawn, including a few surprising facts, such as this statement: “Based on relative amounts of genetic variation, humans are more endangered than chimps!”    Both articles are noteworthy for what scientists don’t know, more than for what they do; a number of controversial issues are discussed, such as whether humans are still evolving, how much humans are affecting the environment, what races mean (if anything) and how they should be defined, and whether humans should be reclassified with the chimps based on sequence similarity of genes, or on the other hand, whether humans, due to their cognitive/mental abilities, deserve to be classified in their own kingdom: “Psychozoa” (Gr., soul-life).    Neither article questions the Darwinian assumption that humans and chimps diverged from a common ancestor 5-6 million years ago.  But neither do they dispute that the most distinguishing characteristic of humans is language.  Linda Vigilant writes in the “Chimps” article,One defining human trait that chimpanzees lack is language.  Although some captive chimpanzees and bonobos have been laboriously taught to use sign-language or communicate using icons on a keyboard, it seems that their communicative abilities in the wild fall far short of what we do with language, and so this chimpanzee�human difference remains profound.How and when this skill arose in humans is unknown and the subject of much dispute among primate zoologists.    See also 05/26/2004 headline, “Human and Chimp DNA Compared.”1David A. Hughes, Richard Cordaux, and Mark Stoneking, “Humans,” Current Biology, Vol 14, R367-R369, 25 May 2004.2Linda Vigilant, “Chimps,” Current Biology, Vol 14, R369-R371, 25 May 2004.These articles contain some interesting facts and useful information, but are imbued with the typical Darwinian fluff and storytelling about how our primitive ancestors arose in Africa millions of years ago, invented fire and language and took over the world (now read this).  Every element of the plot has its detractors willing to point out contrary evidence.  The first article wrongly repeats the mythoid that humans are 98% to 99% identical to chimpanzees in terms of genetic sequences, a phony figure (see 10/25/2002 headline).  But it does rightly point out that gene expression may be much more significant than the contents of the DNA library, as seen from comparisons with the genomes of other organisms: “In other words, it’s not so much what you have, but what you do with what you have, that matters.”  That’s true for me and thee and the chimpanzee.    It is a legitimate biological investigation to analyze human mammalian characteristics and to draw comparisons and contrasts with our fellow creatures.  We are, as Wernher von Braun once described it, “souls cast into animal bodies.”  Animals are fun to watch and have as companions.  We have a lot in common with them, especially other primates.  But there is no evidence, and there are numerous problems, trying to relate us all to a common ancestor or reducing humans to mere genes in motion.  Language, for instance, truly is a “profound” difference, with no parallel in the animal world.  But what is language without cognition, and what is cognition without the ability to think in abstract thoughts?  Even dogs and crows have intelligence, but no animal uses logic or writes books on philosophy.  How did the laws of logic evolve?  Why would natural selection produce a physicist able to compute 23 decimal places of a cube root in his head?  Why do we care about justice?  What is the survival value of writing a symphony?  Humanness is all about soul.    The articles also fail to recognize many other human distinctives, such as conscience, bipedalism, naked skin and enhanced touch, blushing, laughter, the moral sense, art, music and religion.  None of these can be demonstrated by a sequence of transitional forms, and none can be explained by genetic mutations and natural selection; they go far beyond the necessities of biological survival.  Understood instead as the handwork of a Designer who wants to be known by creatures made in His image, they make possible a unique realm of communication with one another and with our Maker that no animal can share.  Chimps have nostrils, but what makes us distinctively human is that our Creator breathed into our common (human) ancestor’s biological nostrils the breath of life, and man became a Psychozoa, a living soul (Gen. 2:7).  Yes, we deserve a kingdom of our own, but what’s a kingdom without a King?  Read the following passages with this view of man in mind: Isaiah 57, and I John 1-2.  They express issues and ideas no chimp will ever comprehend.(Visited 18 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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