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12/09/2012 - The official US unemployment rate has dropped from 8% down to 7.7%. Talking heads on the news stat... Read More
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Throughout the Middle Ages, the monarchs and popes asserted their divine rights to rule the people. It was called in Latin, Rex Lex, "the king is law." What is the law? Well, ask the king (or pope). Whatever he says is the law at any given moment... Read More
America's unique place in history is in the fact that it took the biblical principles of equality from the Protestant Reformation and incorporated them into a theory of government. Since the people were equal, it forbade an monarchy, aristocracy, or an... Read More
One of our readers had this to say about our article on the Manger of Bethlehem viewed as a Messianic sign: "Another take on the first sign. "In Gen. 34:21 the Targum Pseudo-Jon. paraphrases 'Migdal Eder,' or 'the tower of the floc... Read More
When the angels appeared to the shepherds, telling them that the Messiah had been born in the City of David, they said in Luke 2:12, "And this shall be a SIGN unto you: Ye shall find the Babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger." Wha... Read More
On today's news we are reading about the traditional Christmas pardons that presidents have been giving out each year. President Bush issued 11 pardons this year, all to people who had already served their sentences long ago. On the AOL news, they were... Read More
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