Monthly Archives: March 2016

Kindle Reads

Free: The Memoirs of Victor Hugo Boys’ Book of Famous Soldiers Great Men and Famous Women. Vol. 1 A series of pen and pencil sketches of the lives of more than 200 of the most prominent personages in History The Daily Devotional Series: The Gospel of John If you were ever curious about what the […]

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Burden Bearing

  A while ago, I read Descent into Hell*, by Inkling Charles Williams.It’s a strange tale reminiscent of the atmosphere in George MacDonald’s Lilith or Phantastes (he was a fellow Inkling w/ C. S. Lewis) It’s about selfishness, love, the reality of the eternal and the spiritual, and, of course, about the ways we descend to […]

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Immigration, 1904

BY DR. ALLAN McLAUGHLIN, U. 5. PUBLIC HEALTH AND MARINE HOSPITAL SERVICE. *Dr. Allan McLaughlin, of the Bureau of Public Health and Marine Hospital Service, of the Treasury Department, has contributed to THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY several articles on ‘Immigration,’ which have been of much interest to readers and have been highly commended by experts. […]

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He is Risen, Indeed

from: The enlarged Songs and solos, sung by I.D. Sankey. Combining ‘Sacred songs & solos’ and ‘The later songs & solos’  1880   Who were the first message bearers of the fact Christ’s resurrection?  The women. “And the angel answered and said unto the women, ‘Go quickly and tell his disciples that he is risen […]

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Jimmy Carter and Immigration

Jimmy Carter in 1980: President Carter announced yesterday that the United States is breaking diplomatic relations with Iran and that all Iranian diplomats and officials will be ordered to leave the country by midnight tonight. Carter acted hours after Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini ruled that the 50 American hostages must remain in the hands of the […]

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