Monthly Archives: April 2016

Democracy vs. a Republic by Rosemary Tennis ( A good illustration)

Originally posted on Katherine's Chronicle:
In a Democracy, the majority rules. If the majority decided they wanted your bike, they could take it. In a Republic, your bike is your property, and you do not owe it to anyone.…

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A Gentle Reminder…

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Gladys Aylward – Touching with God’s Love by Vance Christie

Gladys Aylward (1902-1970), a plucky British missionary to China, was once led of the Lord to minister for several months in China’s second largest prison. At the same time, she was ministering at a nearby leper colony, and the Christians … Continue reading

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A Writing Parody of Adele’s “Hello”

    From Writers Write Facebook Page   Posted: April 19, 2016

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Campaign Lies By Thomas Sowell

If you took all the lies out of political rhetoric, how much would be left? Apparently even less than usual this year. The latest, and perhaps biggest, lie — thus far — is that Donald Trump was cheated out of … Continue reading

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Review of Not By Sight

In Kate Breslin’s Not By Sight, Grace Mabry is determined to help her nation when Britain finds itself in World War One. After her brother goes missing from the frontlines, Grace doubles her efforts for King and Country. The thought … Continue reading

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Review of After Acts

  In his book, After Acts: Exploring the Lives and Legends of the Apostles, Bryan Litfin continues the story of Jesus’ disciples as the scriptural account nears completion. The author begins by explaining which historical records are relied upon and … Continue reading

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Vin Scully has already left a legacy as he begins farewell season with Dodgers By Tim Brown

LOS ANGELES – There is a corner of the world without hate or envy or gluttony and with a reasonable amount of compassion and levity, which isn’t to say it is perfect there. Surely it is not. Except, and here’s … Continue reading

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The Bible Project–Leviticus

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The GOP Finally Turns to Conservatism to Save Itself By Steve Deace

    At long last, the only thing left to try now is conservatism. As the final non-white trash reality TV show presidential candidate remaining (John Kasich’s Bonfire of the Vanities doesn’t count as a real campaign), the results in … Continue reading

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