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John Calvin

John Calvin was born in 1509 in Noyon in France and was a genius beyond his time. He studied in humanism from an early age until his defection from the church of Rome where he became the most influential theologian in the protestant reformation. 199 more words


Finding affordable housing a problem in Moncton

MONCTON – Bed bugs forced Wendi Lynn Capson and her boyfriend David Gogas to leave their rooms at a Moncton rooming house.

They both receive social assistance and are having trouble finding an apartment they can afford and are currently staying at the House of Nazareth shelter. 432 more words


Ulrich Zwingli

While we cannot draw strict parallels, what Martin Luther was doing in leading people back to the truths of the scriptures and forsaking the traditions of men as their equal, Ulrich Zwingli was doing in Zurich Switzerland. 175 more words


Justin Bourque apologizes for shootings as sentencing hearing wraps up

MONCTON, N.B. — Justin Bourque apologized Tuesday for the shootings in Moncton, N.B., that killed three RCMP officers and injured two others, saying the rationale that he gave to police for the rampage was the talk of “some arrogant pissant.” 482 more words


UPDATED: Justin Bourque apologizes for RCMP shootings, to be sentenced Friday

WATCH: The widows of three Mounties gunned down in Moncton in June saw a contrite side of their husbands’ killer, during the second day of Justin Bourque’s sentencing hearing. 311 more words


Philipp Melanchthon

For any movement to have a lasting effect in history and continue on strongly in its influence, a great leader needs a worthy successor. Martin Luther had such a bold successor in his associate and colleague at Wittenberg University, Philipp Melanchton. 101 more words