Wednesday, November 19, 2008

True or False?

  1. The Ten Commandments were written on two stone tablets using the front and back of each.
  2. John Calvin was called "JC" by his close friends.
  3. The Canary Islands were named for a breed of large dogs.
  4. Cornelius Van Til invented the plug-in night light.
  5. Jimmy Carter is the first president to have been born in a hospital.
  6. D. James Kennedy used to sell goldfish door to door.
  7. Thomas Jefferson invented the swivel chair.
  8. C.H. Spurgeon crossed the Atlantic once to preach at the D.L. Moody college.
  9. "Whosoever will may come", is not a verse found in the Bible.
  10. The words, "You're pushing the envelope", appear in the ESV edition of the book of Jonah.

Answers: odd are true. even are all false. (for question 1 see Exodus 32:15)


  1. Eddie, I believe your mind is slightly off plumb, old chap. But in a good way.

  2. Thanks Cris! ...nothing I like better than a big, fat juicy plumb as an afternoon snack!


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