Monthly Archives: March 2013

women during the industrial revolution

From Robert Hessen, The Effects of the Industrial Revolution on Women and Children: The factories were held responsible, by such critics, for every social problem of that age, including… the desire for luxuries… It is a damning indictment of the … Continue reading

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did paul have access to the gospels

Many, if not most, Biblical scholars advance a theory that the apostle Paul did not have access to any of the Gospels, at least how we know them today. Bart Ehrman states this explicitly: Paul really did not know that … Continue reading

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sequester roundup

1. The sequester represents 2.3% of the entire budget. Reason Magazine mocks this by offering a sequestration sale, 34 cents off the price of a subscription. Putting this in perspective, this is $120 billion per year out of a budget … Continue reading

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