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Exodus 3: Uh? Is that bush talking to me?

last week we left off with Moses getting married and having a son. He was tending the flocks of his father in law Jethro who was the high priest of the land. 1,872 more words


A History of Virginity: Purity Culture’s Ideals, Feminist Critiques, and a Philosophy of History; Or, How in the Hell Did We Go From Virginity to Hymens to Purity Balls?

It’s a Saturday night somewhere. A warm summer breeze caresses a chiseled male jaw. The middle-aged man with grey streaks splattered in rusty patches on his head walks hand-in-hand with a younger lady. 6,365 more words


Mormon leader: Differing versions of Joseph Smith’s ‘First Vision’ make it the ‘best-documented in history

Source: The Salt Lake Tribune

By Peggy Fletcher Stack

For years, critics have pointed to the differing accounts of Joseph Smith’s so-called “First Vision” as proof that the Mormon founder made up his boyhood encounter with the divine. 378 more words

The Muslim Times



1 John 5:14-15 NIV

This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. And if we know that he hears us—whatever we ask—we know that we have what we asked of him.


We Are God's Shelby Mustangs.

Have you ever visited a car dealer’s website, for example, ford.com, without the thought of buying but just to look at your favorite car? Let’s say you go to ford.com and click on Mustang; then they give you the option of choosing a pre-build model or build it yourself. 637 more words

Do I Have What it Takes? Confessions of a Homeschooling Mom

It was a full-blown tantrum. A messy outburst replete with yelling and tears.

I don’t act like a two-year old often, but when I do, I do it well. 819 more words