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Edward VI: The Death of the First True Protestant King of England

On the 6th of July 1553, King Edward VI of England died at Greenwich Palace. He was fifteen. He was the first true Protestant King of England. 956 more words


My thoughts on the end times.


Here is my opinion on what will happen before the end of time.

Of course, I could be wrong – Just doing my best. 22 more words


My Mother was Catholic, My Father was Handsome...a Love Story

My mother was Catholic, my father was…handsome. The daughter of poor immigrants, and poorly educated, herself, this young girl of Irish/Italian heritage was looking for a better future. 346 more words

Tying the Hands of Jesus Through Lack of Faith

We all want miracles from Jesus.  At times depending on the situation, we must have one.  Sometimes they come, sometimes “God’s grace has to be sufficient for us,” and sometimes we do not get one at all, do we?  351 more words


Forbidden Bible Verses -- Matthew 7:15-20

The three-year Lectionary that many Catholics and Protestants hear in public worship gives us a great variety of Holy Scripture.

Yet, it doesn’t tell the whole story. 1,097 more words


UN Gaza Inquiry Finds Credible Allegations of War Crimes Committed in 2014 by both ISRAEL and Palestinian Armed Groups (OHCHR)

GENEVA (22 June 2015): The United Nations Independent Commission of Inquiry on the 2014 Gaza conflict has gathered substantial information pointing to the possible commission of war crimes by both Israel and Palestinian armed groups. 953 more words

Who was Laban in the Bible?

The Bible first mentions Laban in Genesis 24:29. Laban was the brother of Isaac’s wife, Rebekah. Abraham had sent his trusted servant back to his home country to find a wife for Isaac among his relatives ( 627 more words