We Have Surrendered Our Rights to Disagree

[(Source: Wikipedia) It was constructed in c. 81 CE by the Emperor Domitian shortly after the death of his older brother Titus to commemorate Titus’s official deification or consecratio and the victory of Titus together with their father, Vespasian, over the Jewish rebellion in Judaea.] One of the most well written and exhilarating history books you will ever read is Eugene Merrill’s Kingdom of Priests: A History … More We Have Surrendered Our Rights to Disagree

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Dred Scott and the Need for Continuing Prayer

Sunday Afternoon Musings Last week someone visited my blog from a website called PrayThroughHistory.com. The tag line underneath the title really caught my attention, “Heal the Past. Free the Present. Bless the Future.”  I love what they are doing at this site. The idea seems to be to look at a historical event, personage, issue, … More Dred Scott and the Need for Continuing Prayer

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Our Nation (and a lot of Christians) Like to Play Pretend

Wednesday is for Thinking Our Nation (and a lot of Christians) Play Pretend I was reminded of this recently by commencing to re-read a dusty book from my shelf. The book was Where is History Going: A Christian Response to Secular Philosophies of History (Bethany, 1969) by John Warwick Montgomery. Actually, it would be truer … More Our Nation (and a lot of Christians) Like to Play Pretend

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