“God himself could not sink this ship,” replied a deck hand as Sylvia Caldwell marveled at the majesty of the great Titanic and wondered aloud if it really was unsinkable as advertised.
Talk about famous last words!
It was on this day 104 years ago, April 15, 1912, that the “Unsinkable Ship” sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic after hitting an iceberg late on the 14th. 1517 people died in that disaster. Continue reading
Several years ago MTV did a special series on the “Theology of Sin.” I didn’t see it. But John MacArthur tells about it. The series was built around the Medieval list of “The Seven Deadly Sins.” Pride. Covetousness. Lust. Anger. Envy. Gluttony. Sloth.
MacArthur writes that it was ‘an entirely humanistic rationalization that portrayed sin as something that wasn’t evil.” They used “sound bites” from cartoon characters, quotes from interviews with celebrities and clips from movies to make their point. Here’s some of their responses. Continue reading
Mrs. Sylvia Caldwell was a second class passenger on the Titanic. One of the few that lived to recall that dreadful night on April 15, 1912. She marveled at the majesty of the great ship as she boarded and asked a deck hand, “Is this ship really unsinkable?” To which he replied, “Yes, lady, God himself could not sink this ship.”