Rev. Austin Miles, a chaplain in Northern California is a writer and historian. He is the author of Santa's Surprising Origins, a story that received worldwide circulation and resulted in him being cast in the 2004 Hallmark Christmas Movie titled, Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus. He played the mall Santa who magically received the gift of sign language.

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Sunday, February 14, 2010

MilesTones • MilesTones Saturday Night Special—-Where Are Famed Hens?

The recent Prayer Breakfast in D.C. for the first time became a political event as Obama told why gays should be able to serve openly in the military. The setting, a prayer breakfast to honor God, was the wrong place to proclaim such ideas. Even a touch of class would have dictated propriety at that event. The One also said that he prays for our nation, which is about as sincere as an undertaker trying to look sad at a $10,000 funeral.

Celebrity Chickens Flew The Coop?  Henny and Penny, the world famous hens are nowhere to be found!  An alert has quietly gone out. We do know that the hens were visibly upset by the ruling against them at the recent Brentwood City Council. They were particulaly distressed by a news article that referred to them as “illegal hens.”

The newly formed, Chicken Wire News Service has reported that the hens have been sprinted away to an undisclosed location and their names have been changed. We are told by a trusted source that they are trying to live anonymously so as not to bring attention to themselves until this all blows over. We wonder if they dyed and restyled their feathers?  MilesTones is attempting to contact the hen’s former keeper, Kimberly Kennedy for a statement. Watch this website for updates.

More chicken news for you hentertainment: A headline of The London Daily Mail reads, “Bacon and EGGS could help pregnant women boost their baby’s intelligence.” So let’s hear no more about chickens being common and dumb.
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California atheists have shelled out thousands of bucks to put up billboard signs in ten locations in Sacramento, with this message; “Are you good without God? Millions are.” Really? Each sign costs $6,450 a month. Multiply that by 10 and you have a good sized sum.  Interesting, the atheists say they don’t believe in God, but the message on their billboards acknowledge that they know that God DOES exist by showing they can be good without Him. So this appears to be more rebellion against God than unbelief. If they don’t belieive in God, why do they talk about Him so much?  And how can they hate someone that doesn’t exist? Makes us reflect on a book just acquired, titled, “I Don’t Believe In Atheists.” Even so, that doesn’t mean they don’t exist.

Other atheists have bound themselves together in what they call, The International Darwin Day Foundation, to persuade Obama to set aside every February 12th,to be officially recognized as Darwin Day. Yep, celebrate the day when a man declares that we are all part ape,chimpanzee and monkey. Carl Sagan also threw in another ‘relative,’  fish.

The atheists have already gathered 3000 signatures for a petition and are urging all their followers to call, email and fax The White House. Perhaps real scientists and Christians will do the same. Interesting thing about atheists. When they die and are prepared for their funeral, they will be all dressed up with nowhere to go. Sad.

Move That Mountain!  Arthur Mijares, a Christian has always been unfomfortable with an area mountain being named, Mt. Diablo, which is ‘devil’ in Spanish. He wants to rename it, Mt. Reagan after the former president. The opposition was instant, with some columnists and letters to the editor stating that Mr. Mijares is just trying to impose his religious beliefs on everybody.(!)  How’s that again?

Who is imposing what on whom? He asked that it be renamed, Mt. Reagan, not Mt. Jesus. One wit (at least we’re half right) wrote to the editor that if the name was changed from Mount Diablo (Devil) to Mount Reagan, it would still mean the same thing.  C’mon now Dems, loosen up.  Miss Manners, we need you.

As for me, it’s time for another walk.

 

 

 

 

 

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