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The Word of God Week 1 Review

Topics we have covered so far:

  • The first spoken Word of God
  • The Living Word of God
  • The first written Word of God
  • The inspiration of the written Word of God…
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Three Day Quotes Challenge With Lee Da-hae!!

I am months late responding to the nominations of “Three Day Quotes Challenge” from my chingus from Dramajjang and The Philosipher’s Chair. Really thank you for this nomination and sorry for this, real life was a bit hectic at that time and this was forgotten along the way but here I am giving my post with the three quotes at once ^_^ 329 more words

Lee Da-hae

Preview: Intercultural Comm. Theories

Starting next week, I will be doing a six-week ‘feature’ about some of the common intercultural communication theories we use in this specific area of the Communication discipline. 109 more words

Intercultural Communication

Blog Announcement: The End?

We may be gone sometime.

At its conception, PBS Reviews was intended to be a way for me to practice my writing, while watching the show I love. 337 more words

Blog Announcements

"Where Have I Been?" or "Life (School) Happens"

This may be a long post as I’ve got quite a bit of catching up to do. First, I want to say to anyone still checking out my blog: thank you!!! 705 more words


[Event] Raising Funds To Support Lee Da-hae (Deadline 29-6-2016) [Closed]

Hi Chingus, I am happy to organize another event here after our first back in 2014.

I know many international fans have wanted to get involved in some event to support our girl but we didn’t find the connection that would help us doing this but fortunately we got this chance now!! 212 more words

Lee Da-hae

New Blog on the History of Mental Health (Chiara Thumiger)

Historian of medicine Chiara Thumiger has begun a new blog examining the stories and histories of mental health from the ancient world to contemporary times. She is the author of numerous articles on the history of madness in the ancient world, and her new monograph – a study of mental life and mental disorders in fifth- and early fourth-century medical thought – will soon be published by Cambridge University Press. 84 more words