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This Day in History: The Reality of Evil

Photo by clarita on Morgue File.

I got up this morning in a curious mood. Well, I got up with coffee on my mind first and then I played a quick game of Gin Rummy on my computer. After all this, I was in a curious mood.

I decided I would head over to and see what had happened on this day in history. I have always been fascinated by history. Well, that is not technically true. I mean, first and foremost, I doubt we can say we have¬†always been anything at all. But, even more specific to my case, I remember as a boy hating history. I actually made an “F” on a six-week report card once in the sixth grade because I did not have any interest in the subject matter that period: the Roman Empire!¬† Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on April 30, 2016 in Christianity, Grace in the Everyday, history


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Happy Hallow . . . I Mean, Reformation Day!


For we Protestants, October 31st, 1517 is one of the most seminal dates in all of history. This is the day that we celebrate Martin Luther nailing his 95 Theses to the church door in Whittenberg, Germany. For all intense and purposes, this even spurred an event that would become known as the Protestant Reformation. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on October 31, 2015 in Christian, Grace in the Everyday


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