I am a pessimistic recycler. Yes, I try my best to recycle, reuse, and cut down on waste – but I do not think it will ultimately solve the world’s pollution problems for future generations. Even if everybody DOES recycle conscientiously (which I am also pessimistic about), I believe it is a losing battle. The fact is, that man has a long history of harming, robbing, even decimating the planet – and, sadly, old habits die hard.

Today I decided to both compare and contrast the last chapters of the Old and New Testaments. I had this hypothesis that the two sections (which both end significant portions of the Library of Scripture) would have common elements. Read on to find out if my hypothesis was correct…