Category Archives: History

Nicknamed Bookseller’s Row, Cecil Court is a hidden gem in the heart of central London. by Georgie Hoole

  Packed with twenty-odd secondhand bookshops and antiquarian booksellers, it truly is a paradise for literature lovers. Just moments away from the hustle and bustle of Leicester Square, you’ll be surprised to stumble across such a peaceful gem. The shop fronts haven’t … Continue reading

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At 200, Marx Is Still Wrong by Russell A. Berman

Two hundred years ago this month, Karl Marx was born in Trier, Germany, a small town in the western part of the country. To celebrate his bicentennial, the People’s Republic of China donated a larger-than-life statue of the founder of Communism … Continue reading

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A Life Not Wasted: Adoniram Judson By Nathan Busenitz

I have been profoundly impressed with the sacrifices made by Christian men and women throughout the centuries of church history. From martyrs to missionaries, these individuals have served their King with greatest intensity and courage, valiantly standing as examples for … Continue reading

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We Know They Are Killing Children — All of Us Know By John Piper

  One biblical principle of justice is that the more knowledge we have that our action is wrong, the more guilty we are, and the more deserving of punishment (Luke 12:47–48). The point of this article is that, when it … Continue reading

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Huge 1,000-yr-old Viking Ship Grave Found in Norway Nancy Bilyeau

Using radar, the archaeologists could tell there was something big buried beneath the ground in a cemetery in Norway. To their astonishment, what they detected was a 66-foot-long ship–one of the largest Viking ship graves ever found. The Norwegian Institute … Continue reading

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Actually, 2018 Was a Pretty Good Year By Victor Davis Hanson

In truth, aside from the Washington hysterias, 2018 was a most successful year for Americans. In December, the United States reached a staggering level of oil production, pumping some 11.6 million barrels per day. For the first time since 1973, … Continue reading

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My Five-Star Non-Fiction of 2018


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