by on April 19, 2020
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by on April 10, 2020
Jeroslav Pelikan is quoted as saying, “Apocalypticism ... was the mother of all Christian theology. (Kyle 32).” With technological explanations provided in the attempt to understand many of the obtuse symbols detailed in the eschatological portions of Scripture, it can be easy to assume that preoccupation with the End Times and the return of Christ are new phenomena some might describe as afflicting contemporary believers. However, this sense of anticipation has been a part of Christianity since...
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by on April 7, 2020
Prime Minister of Great Britain, Boris Johnson has recently moved to the intensive care unit after his coronavirus symptoms worsened. Johnson announced on March 27th that he had been diagnosed with coronavirus. At the time, he only had 'mild symptoms,' according to sources, but it looks like his condition has worsened. He is not using a ventilator, and his team says that he is in very good hands.  Robert Jenrick, Housing Secretary, stated that 'Johnson is still very much in control of the ...
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by on April 3, 2020
First, full disclosure, I have followed the TheGreatAwakening, QAnon, etc. phenom since the beginning in November of 2017. I have watched most of the bigger name Q decoders and their takes on what Q is ‘actually’ saying. ...
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by on March 29, 2020
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by on March 29, 2020
by Robert Farrow   These days it is a safe bet guessing someone’s political affiliation by counting the number of stickers on the back of their car. A Conservative might have two or three, but it is almost always the liberals that have more stickers on their car then Imelda Marcos has shoes. And as the teletubbies only makes sense to a 2 year old and is incomprehensible to an adult so liberal pride themselves on stickers that would shock and confuse anyone with a decent value system or a r...
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by on March 25, 2020
A Berkley academic that no doubt fancies himself an advocate of diversity, multiculturalism and moral relativism has proposed altering a variety of policies aimed at making the lives of those that dwell in rural areas uncomfortable. This is apparently punishment for individuals daring to exhibit the audacity to make life decisions other than his. His argument is that it is not efficient to extend the conveniences of twenty-first century existence to those living beyond the confines of conc...
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by on March 22, 2020
Singer Kenny Rogers has died today in his Georgia home of natural causes, his family says. Rogers was under hospice care, and surrounded by family.  Over the course of his career, Rogers won three Grammy Awards, sold 120 million albums, and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Some of his most famous songs include 'Island in the Stream,' 'Lady,'  and 'The Gambler,' which was added to the Library of Congress National Recording Registry. In 2017 Rogers announced his retirement t...
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by on March 21, 2020
  The Holy Roman Empire is almost forgotten today, however, it's influence, in may ways, can still be felt. After reconquering Africa and Italy around 530 AD Emperor Justinian codified a set of laws that is considered the base of Western Civilization. After this accomplishment, laws, and not petty dictators and violence, more often then not, controlled civilization. This accomplishment is too often overlooked and taken for granted simply because most of us have no experience in a culture with...
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by on March 20, 2020
  By Robert Farrow Visitors of G.H. Hardy noted that one of the great English mathematicians of the 20th century kept portraits of Lenin and Einstein above his mantelpiece. His political views were decidedly left wing, so much so that he was made an honorary member of the academy of sciences in Leningrad in 1934. A few years later Stalin would start his purges that killed an estimated 20 million people. Hardy was unmoved, for the portrait of Lenin kept its place above the mantelpiece in hi...
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