The Great Meat Debate: Meat or Veg?

We begin a series that while may be of hot interest to the grandparent generation, is still useful for the children. How should we understand the current debate between the “eat more meat and fat” contingent and the “go for only plant based foods”?
I will mention some of the leaders on both sides, sort out the discussion by the use of sound principles, and give some way forward. We can rejoice that science is advancing, we can be assured that we can do better, and we can be advised of the deceptive context in which we live.
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Do you see? the debate itself is caused by a context of deception. The result is either frustrating conflict on the one hand, or giving up as if one can do nothing on the others. Both are harmful. The right way, however, has been available to all of us, even before the latest scientific findings — which seem to conflict at this time. This busts the myth that a Biblical perspective contradicts science, or is unstable — or illogical.

So many lessons. Let’s be health, happy, and holy.

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College Boards – NEWs on SAT, ACT, and CLT

We probably all know that the SAT has been “rec-entered.” I make a circle with my hands and then make a dramatic repositioning down. There is, however, a great deal more news than that. The test is no longer an aptitude test, as it was when it began. It is now a test of having learned the Common Core, a curriculum that is far left in idedology and very modern (or anti-classical) in terms of literature. A number of situations devolve from this. Now, studying and which high school one went to matters. Further, the Princeton Review Board, that is making the market for studying is in the market, selling study material. This is a situation that we are seeing repeatedly elsewhere and may have to regulate. However, the test is not now differentiating well between student who will do well in college. Thus, it does not help college find better students, but it does discriminate against Christians, homeschoolers, and many who are in the better private schools!

Now someone associated with the classical education movement has constructed an alternative, called the Classical Learning Test. It has iterations for grades 8, 10, and 12. It may be administered in a school on online. While currently not all of the tests are norm based, they are normed for the test takers and thus will allow parents to determine how well their children are progressing (although there may be some shock as a student who normally shows as nationally ranked comes out to mean or below in this group.) Further, the last test is normed in such a way that collegs do understand the superior ranking of these students. They probably already know that students from the larger, more well known classical school outperform, but this test will help many others.

Hear more about this at Base Camp Live is a podcast devoted to the classical education movement. They interview Jeremy Tate of the Classical Learning Test. Tate, a graduate of LSU and Reformed Theological Seminary, is a former college admissions test prep consultant and counselor. His children are homeschooled.

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ADD and ADHD and GSB led the pack a decade ago

This week we re running an episode from 2008 about Attention Deficit Disorder. Tom Schnorr, a compounding pharmacist, was kind enough to share his expertise with us — although he does not share our Christian faith. He had some amazing things to say. One thing he told me was that genes can be changed. Today, some of the latest, cutting edge science, shared on podcasts like Rich Roll (guest: Sinclair) and Peak Human and Bulletproof is that the epigenome is highly changeable.

Similarly, today, in those same places we are hearing about the bad effects of EMF — which I also talked about in the same series I reference in this episode. There was no episode for which I was more punished. A great many of my subscribers quite their subscription because I brought them this information. I based it on a consultant’s report from a retired NASA scientist who also gave citations. Yet, I was probably condemned as a conspiracy theorist. Today, proven entirely right.

This is more than the first light being rejected. The Christian community can be as judgmental as anyone else. Further, they can be rather tied to their corner. If something isn’t know to them already, then it is therefore wrong. How can can you learn, if you have this attitude? How can a teacher teach? Or a leader lead? Why cede all knowledge to the unbelievers? All leadership?
NO! God wants great shalom of all people..and provides it… but mostly it is rejected. This is true in the spiritual and it is true in the natural too.

God reached out to help children through this broadcast. It was met with some mild interest. Today, when I talk to unbelievers, they are wildly interest; believers very much are more interested in selling me tuition of the school they went to — and not an academic school. Do you see what I am saying? They are more interested in the pride of having been to a prophetic school rather than listening to a tried prophet. Continuing on in their world rather than worrying about the children around them. Publish it not in Gath.

Anyone with me? Leave a GOOD comment. Let me know your questions and what you want to hear more of. Or Share with someone who needs to know about options for ADD.

BTW, Sr,. Zyblot prescribed P%P, targeted fatty omega acids for all his ADD/ADHD patients. Red Dye was proven in a study by Dr. Lendell Braud back in the 1970s to create ADD/ADHD symptoms. So anyone who warns against the Fiengold diet (which is a test that eliminates whatever substances giving the child problems) is sending you in the wrong direction. REAL science and REAL faith are parallel. Don’t be fooled by the proudest most conventional people.

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