Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Bible Project–Ruth

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What Bill O’Reilly’s new book on Ronald Reagan gets wrong about Ronald Reagan

Originally posted on Katherine's Chronicle:
Bad sources and old misconceptions persist in “Killing Reagan” ? By Craig Shirley, Kiron K. Skinner, Paul Kengor and Steven F. Hayward ? Ronald Prescott Reagan is referred to as “Ron Jr,” a minor…

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Emotional Dragons Eating Authors: Emotions And YOU!!! By Peter Leavell

I heard dragons devour authors who write boring books. Or maybe dragons burn the books. I can’t remember. Repeat after me—my writing will not be boring. Jesus wasn’t boring! (Jesus juke!) You know what deflects boredom? Not reading a boring book. But even … Continue reading

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Dennis Byrd, the toughest Jet there was, will always be an inspiration to all By Mike Lupica

CORRECTS AGE TO 50 – SUNDAY, OCT. 28, 2012, FILE PHOTO Dennis Byrd died in a car crash Saturday at 50 years old. (John Minchillo/AP) Finally there was a collision from which Dennis Byrd, one of the toughest New York … Continue reading

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What Is the Oxford Comma and Why Do People Care So Much About It? By Ann Edwards

The Oxford (or serial) comma is the final comma in a list of things. For example: Please bring me a pencil, eraser, and notebook. The Oxford comma comes right after eraser. Use of the Oxford comma is stylistic, meaning that … Continue reading

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The Prophet’s Cry Part I

The foundations of society were crumbling. The economic system was collapsing and the law selectively enforced. The religious leaders were more interested in financial gain than cultivating holiness. Evil was prevalent and righteousness suppressed. Sound familiar? This was the state … Continue reading

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