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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Quotes: A Kiss Please Miss

Photobucket You'll find awesome quotes on public vehicles in Nepal. Now something new to photograph! Always kiss a miss and never miss a kiss!

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Reactions: Not Interested.


People react interestingly when a camera is pointed towards them.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Self-Portraits: Guy in Distress


Self-portraits can be scary for me.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

People: Manchey Thari Thari Ka


People were dancing at Basantapur. It's a nice place to photograph but there are too many photographers!

Monday, August 1, 2011

Hold On!

My new blog got hacked yesterday. Unfortunately I didn't back up. :(

Now will upload the new website with more security.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Can We Trust The Bible?

Absolutely. With our very lives! But it's not as easy as that. In apologetics, you have to give reasons.

The Bible is the foundational document of the Christian faith: how do we know that Christ is the only way to God? Or that Jesus died and rose? Or that He is coming back? It's from the Bible. It holds the highest authority over us on earth and is, by the Protestant definition, inerrant, infallible word of God. But can we trust it? Let's be honest, if we stake our eternity on the Bible, which we do if we trust Christ, we need to be sure that it's telling the truth! If the Bible is truly God's word, then we should read it, obey it, love it, cherish it and fully trust it. If the Bible is truly God's word, then to reject it is to reject God. So, what are the reasons for trusting the Bible?

I list four evidences: two internal and two external
The unity of the Bible
Hundreds of detailed prophecies
Details historical events
Abundance of archaeological evidence and manuscripts

The full article can be found in the July issue of ReIgnite. Check them out on Facebook.

Photo "Bajey Reading his Bible" by Neeraj Gautam

A Prayer by Bajey

Want to share this video. There is no edit whatsoever. Just fade ins. I'll let the man do the praying.