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Prepping: Faith vs. Fear






[ad name=”Google Adsense”] A few months ago I wrote this post about whether or not prepping shows a lack of faith —http://thescholarlyredneck.com/2012/09/does-preparedness-show-a-lack-of-faith/ This past week a Facebook conversation led me to go deeper into this subject. I mentioned in passing … Continue reading






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Does Preparedness Show a Lack of Faith?






When this topic comes up in discussions there is often someone who comments that practicing preparedness comes from a lack of faith. However, when you look at it more closely it shows a lot of faith. It shows faith in food storage, guns, knowledge, gardens, farm animals, plans, buildings, etc. Temporal things that we think we have little control over.






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Doomsday Preppers: New TV Show






[ad name=”Google Adsense”] Last Tuesday, February 7, 2012, a new show premiered on the National Geographic channel. It’s called Doomsday Preppers. A pilot episode was filmed in 2011 and received good reviews so they decided to run the show. In … Continue reading






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