Monthly Archives: February 2010

Sunday’s Ante-Nicene Fathers Read

Carrying on from last week, here’s an excerpt from the next chapter in The Shepherd of Hermes (also called the Pastor of Hermes or Hermas, as pastor, presbyter, elder, shepherd, and bishop were used interchangeably by the early church) Now a revelation was given to me, my brethren, while I slept, by a young man […]

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We don’t want to catch up with the Greek Canoe

Another excellent article from Victor David Hanson. Mark Steyn HERE’S the Victor David Hanson article. Both are excellent and informative reads.

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You Might Want To Turn Down Dinner Invitations…

from this family:

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Another Sixties Myth Debunked

At about 2:30 a.m. on May 22, 1968, as New York City police entered Hamilton Hall, on Columbia University’s Morningside Heights campus, to clear it of demonstrators, files belonging to Orest A. Ranum, an associate professor of history, were ransacked, and papers documenting more than 10 years of research were burned. The fire came at […]

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Ignore The Expiration Dates

From Slate: The fact is that expiration dates mean very little. Food starts to deteriorate from the moment it’s harvested, butchered, or processed, but the rate at which it spoils depends less on time than on the conditions under which it’s stored. Moisture and warmth are especially detrimental. A package of ground meat, say, will […]

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