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- Errors in “The Trail of Blood’? | The Puritan Board May 22, 2022
Errors in “The Trail of Blood’
Puritan Board Freshman
May 4, 2012
I recently picked up a copy of the notorious “Trail of Blood” booklet by J.M Carroll. I read through it cursorily and it seemed like propaganda or something. Anyways, I was wondering if anyone could give me some examples of the errors in it, so ...
- Baptist successionism – Wikipedia May 22, 2022
successionism (or Baptist
perpetuity) is one of several theories on the origin
and continuation of Baptist churches. The theory postulates an unbroken lineage of churches (since the days of John the Baptist, who baptized Christ) which have held beliefs similar to those of current Baptists. Groups often included in this lineage ...
- Update April 2, 2022
Haven’t been to the site a lot in the past few months. Just took a look (as a visitor) and noticed a few things that need to be fixed. Some pages are still showing the parent of the page to be the OLD site root. Need to fix that. Even though the OLD site root ...
- 1 percent now owns more than at any time in the past 50 years April 24, 2018
The top 20 percent of households own 90 percent of the stuff in America Their average net worth? $3 million. That leaves just 10 percent of the pie for the remaining 80 percent of the populace. The American top 1 percent gobble up twice as much (40 percent) as the top 1 percent in ...
- Why are The Stoneman Douglas Students So Good At This? Their School Actually Educated Them. March 4, 2018
“The students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
returned to class Wednesdaymorning two weeks and moral centuries after a tragic mass shooting ended the lives of 17 classmates and teachers. Sen. Marco Rubio marked their return by scolding them for being “infected” with “arrogance” and “boasting.” The Florida legislature marked their return by enacting a $67 million program to ...
- Trump’s former White House adviser coincidentally sold off all of his steel-related stocks last week March 3, 2018
On Thursday white supremacist in chief Donald Trump annoucned that he would be announcing tariffs on steel and aluminum sometime soon.
One of the many swamp creatures Donald Trump invited into the white house
was billionaire investor Carl Icahn—who became Trump’s “special adviser on regulatory matters” at the beginning of Trump’s term in office. For Icahn that meant ...
- Krugman: Congratulations America, You’ve Been Scammed. March 3, 2018
So you go out for dinner with a wealthy acquaintance. “I’ll take care of everything,” he says, and orders you a hamburger. Then he orders himself an expensive steak and a bottle of wine, which he doesn’t share. And when the waiter comes with the check, he points at you and says, “Charge it to ...
- By their works shall ye know them | AC Grayling | Opinion | The Guardian January 31, 2018
“Cherish those who seek the truth but beware of those who find it” Voltaire
When the faithful of any faith win, the doors are open to horrors ranging from Muslims killing Christians in Gojra, women being whipped for wearing trousers in Sudan, Sunnis blowing up dozens of Shias in Iraq, oppressive theocracies, reactionary social policies, prejudice ...
- How Facebook May Have Destroyed Our Democracy—For Good October 15, 2017
The Russians simply applied the techniques they’d already been using on their own citizens to the 2016 American presidential campaign, taking full advantage of the fact that no one would be able—at least until after the fact—to track their meddling due to the sheer inundation of postings targeted to specific pro-Trump voters. And America did ...
- America may be galloping toward authoritarian neo-fascism October 15, 2017
“Here, President Trump defined ‘fake news’ the way joseph
Stalin defined ‘enemies of the people’: if they offer a slightest objection to his rule they must be wrong,” Kruscheva told the Washington Examiner. “And they must be silenced.”
Nina Kruscheva, an international affairs professor at new york
’s The New School and granddaughter of Soviet leader Nikita ...
- Gullibility October 15, 2017
Imagine for a moment being so gullible that you could actually believe
the following things:
That Trump is a Christian in any meaningful sense at all, or cares even the tiniest little bit about religion and morality.
That there was actually some sort of plot to stop people from saying Merry Christmas.
That Trump has reversed that reality ...
- 69 House Republicans agree with Trump: Let Puerto Rico drown – Shareblue Media October 15, 2017
Between slow-walking military aid to the island, viciously attacking the mayor of San Juan, throwing paper towels at people with no water and power, and repeatedly refusing to allow foreign ships to enter Puerto Rican ports with supplies, he is whining about how ungrateful Puerto Ricans are and that FEMA cannot stay “forever.” Trump is ...
- Top Bush aide to GOP: ‘It’s time to panic’ | TheHill October 14, 2017
“The time for whispered criticisms and quiet snickering is over,” Gerson writes. “The time for panic and decision is upon us
. It is no longer possible to safely ignore the leaked cries for help coming from within the administration,They reveal a president raging against enemies, obsessed by slights, deeply uninformed and incurious, unable to focus, ...
- Thrashing around in a rage, Trump unleashes a new volley of threats – The Washington Post October 14, 2017
Are you tired of all the winning yet?
Trump is exhibiting the traits of “dictatorial leaders throughout history and in illiberal societies throughout the world.”
“He is showing clear signs of an authoritarian leader, most notably by blurring the national and the personal, considering critique of him critique of the country, and clearly considers dissent as unpatriotic and ...
- Sinister figures lurk around our careless president – The Washington Post October 14, 2017
The axiom that “Hell is truth seen too late” is mistaken; damnation deservedly comes to those who tardily speak truth that has long been patent.
his crusade to make America great again is increasingly dominated by people who explicitly repudiate America’s premises. The faux nationalists of the “alt-right” and their fellow travelers such as Stephen K. Bannon, ...
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