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Lessons From Ancient History

I’ve been enjoying reading through a devotional book called, Men & Women Of The Bible.  In this devotional, it takes the lives of men and women from Biblical times and applies lessons from their lives to our lives today.  692 more words

Has Christianity Really Been Usurped By Jews?

It is the last day in the month of June and it is also time for me to go back to my daily ritual of bashing all of those who practice the monotheistic faith.   787 more words

Jewish Question

Exhibiting beauty – defining expectations

Last Wednesday I finally went to the Defining Beauty exhibition in the British Museum. The show has deservedly received a lot of attention in the press and with the exhibition due to close on 5th July (it seems almost as though the gods that have been gathered there knew what a… 1,525 more words

Ancient History

Historical fiction releases: July and August 2015

Since separate posts for July and August releases would have been rather short on their own, I decided to combine the two, and I may do the same with future “Historical fiction releases” posts (that is, it might become a seasonal feature on… 285 more words

Historical Fiction

Rome at the Brink: The Jugurthine War and the Conspiracy of Catiline by Sallust

The Jugurthine War and the Conspiracy of Catiline by Sallust
(translated and edited by S.A. Handford)

The last years of the Roman Republic were a pretty wild time. 649 more words


Sacred Skye Mountain

Away across the sea to Skye lies a mountain sacred to the ancient veiled earth goddess, the Cailleach. This sacred peak rises behind Broadford, and carries many legends, while she watches over the lush green glen at her feet. 330 more words