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Videos from the Tactical Faith Resurrection Weekend 2014

All 9 videos from the Tactical Faith conference last weekend have now been posted on Youtube:

  • “What was the crucifixion like?” – Mike Licona 48:21…
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Bon Appetit Wednesday! Savory Strawberry Soup

Tiny, red and packed with flavor, this delectable little fruit has deep historical roots. Heart-shaped and fragrant, the strawberry has inspired poets, writers, painters and chefs with its plump perfection. 947 more words


Dominus by JP Kenwood

“In AD 107, after a grueling campaign against Rome’s fierce enemy, the kingdom of Dacia, Gaius Fabius returns home in triumph. With the bloody battles over, the commander of the Lucky IV Legion now craves life’s simple pleasures: leisurely soaks in fragrant baths, over-flowing cups of wine, and a long holiday at his seaside villa to savor his pleasure slaves. 186 more words

April 21st, 2014 – Coin of Thrace

Photograph of an ancient coin held in the Getty Center in Los Angeles. It is a Greek coin, made of silver, bearing the face of Alexander the Great, minted at roughly 300 BC.


Short and to the point

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Was it my intention to be a writer? 554 more words

Interdependence 6.


   It is predicted that Proto-Sinaitic inscriptions constitute a transitional step between Egyptian hieroglyphs and the Phoenician alphabet. The Phoenicians were merchants who lived in the ports of Tyre and Sidon, but whose business required them to travel far and wide across the Mediterranean seas. 526 more words