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The Science of Religion

      As times change, people adapt. We learn, invent, innovate and grow. Different days call for different knowledge, and new eras call for new answers. As technology increases, knowledge becomes more salient and readily available than ever before. 1,596 more words

Writing

Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote: A Migrant's Tale by Duncan Tonatiuh


Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote: A Migrant’s Tale written and illustrated by Duncan Tonatiuh
Abrams Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Abrams, New York, 2013… 178 more words

Voyages And Travels

Eww... Bugs!

Have you ever thought about how much bugs can teach us?

If you’ve ever watched a colony of ants or a group of roly-polys, maybe you’ve thought about how that’s a lot like us. 139 more words

Christianity

Review: The Promise by Nicola Davies

The Promise by Nicola Davies, illustrated by Laura Carlin

In a gritty city filled with dust and yellow wind, a girl survives by stealing from other poor people.  Her life was just as dust filled and ugly as the city around her.  Then one night, she saw an old frail woman with a fat bag walking along.  She would be an easy mark, so the girl tried to get the bag away from her.  The old woman held on tightly, but eventually asked the girl to promise to plant them and she could have the bag.  The girl promised.  In the bag were only acorns, nothing to eat, no money to spend, but a wealth of trees.  So the girl started planting them one by one, and nothing changed for a long time.  Then green sprouts started to appear, then trees grew and green returned to the broken city.  But the girl had already left, going to other cities that needed a forest too.  Until one night she had her fat bag of acorns with her, and a young person tried to steal it from her.  All it took was another promise and she let them have the bag. 204 more words

Book Reviews

Shadows

Anya took a deep breath to calm herself, her eyes closed.  It had been a rough day for her and she’d been desperately longing to be where she was right now.  817 more words

Fiction

Three Confederate Bills (featuring Hymenopterans and Agricultultural Allegories)

My roommate and I were talking about the history of the United States and the subject of times when states printed their own money came up. 266 more words

History