Daily Archives: 11 Nov 2019

My Choice for 2020

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As Fake As Fake Can Be

The papyrus fragment in the photo is a modern forgery.  Look at the ink.  Have you ever seen an ancient authentic papyrus manuscript with ink that dark?  Nope.  It’s as fake as fake can be. The details of the publication … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day, On Armistice Day

Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism. Nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism. By putting our own interests first, with no regard for others, we erase the very thing that a nation holds dearest, and the thing that keeps it … Continue reading

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Veterans Gone and Veterans Present… We Should Honor Them Both

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Veterans Day

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On the Anniversary of Martin Bucer’s Birth

He’s a guy really worth celebrating. Here’s what Schaff says, briefly- The chief reformer of Strassburg was Martin Bucer (1491–1552). He was a native of Alsace, a Dominican monk, and ordained to the priesthood. He received a deep impression from … Continue reading

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