I want to study the Napoleonic Code, and his relationship with French and German Hugenots. Are there any books you can recommend? He's hated for being a tyrant, making war, and having a big ego. I suspect this is derived from impartial historians...Last Post By: Unoriginalname Today, 02:11 AM
Hello dear brothers & sisters in Christ. Greetings from the tropical land of the Philippines. Thanks for accepting me here. Looking forward in being able to ask and share discussions with you all. (Btw, how do I put a profile photo and...Last Post By: Grumman Tomcat Yesterday, 09:58 PM
recently I've read a short article about early Presbyterian mission efforts in Alaska. Presbyterians neglect Alaska, except in the extreme north part, where converst occured among inuits. A lot of important cities like Valdez, Soldotna, and counties...Last Post By: Edward Yesterday, 08:42 PM
I was listening to an Eastern European lecture on Marx, and he mentioned (in passing) that Jurgen Habermas was the most important philosopher of the 20th century. I wasn't familiar enough with Habermas to deal with that comment, but it did get me...Last Post By: yeutter Today, 02:01 AM
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I wrote the following yesterday with the middle-of-the-road American in mind. Many of us have such relatives.
The responses by the relatives of the murdered Christians of the Charleston church carnage are breath-taking. Many of them spoke to the impassive murderer, not with angry words, but with heart-broken...Shawn Mathis 06-22-2015 09:09 PM
A little-known book with large implications for the Supreme Court's decision on traditional marriage, Gender and Parenthood is an understated bombshell. The subtitle explains the breadth of the book:...Shawn Mathis 06-12-2015 12:05 AM