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Latin is Still Alive

A common belief among people is that Latin has ceased to exist centuries ago, or, in other words, Latin died. But, is Latin really dead? And, as language nerds, do we believe this without first considering the facts? So, in … Continue reading

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What Is Reformation Day? from Stephen Nichols

  A single event on a single day changed the world. It was October 31, 1517. Brother Martin, a monk and a scholar, had struggled for years with his church, the church in Rome. He had been greatly disturbed by … Continue reading

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Kirk Gibson and Dennis Eckersley revisit classic World Series moment for a good cause By Bill Shaikin

The donors had been thanked. The dinner had been served. The program was about to start, but not before the assembled ladies and gentlemen were asked to watch a 12-minute video. The man with the free-flowing hair and the salt-and-pepper … Continue reading

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Christopher Columbus–Good Guy Or Bad Guy? By Gary Randall

Today is Columbus Day. It’s a different kind of national holiday—it doesn’t commemorate a president or a great American statesman. Columbus found North America while looking for something else. For the first century or two of our country, Columbus was … Continue reading

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Who Are The Reformers–Martin Luther

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Are We on the Verge of Civil War? By Victor Davis Hanson

Americans keep dividing into two hostile camps. It seems the country is back to 1860 on the eve of the Civil War, rather than in 2018, during the greatest age of affluence, leisure, and freedom in the history of civilization. … Continue reading

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