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GOODBYE TO PUBLIC EDUCATION?

  1. GOODBYE TO PUBLIC EDUCATION?

    Sheila Kennedy, an IUPUI professor, writes an almost daily blog on varying topics and asks for commentary. Today she was noting Trump’s appointment of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education.

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What to Expect of a Trump America: Part 2, Kakistocracy

In my first blog on this series I went over why I did not believe a Trump presidency would degenerate into a dictatorship.  What I will be going over here are what I consider to be the more realistic fears of what a Trump Presidency will bring. 2,214 more words

On the fallacy of ‘Christian marriage’

‘There really is no such thing as “Christian marriage” as the term is commonly used. “Christian marriage” is a vain, romantic, unbiblical conception. “Christian marriage” is a fiction. 877 more words

Theology

Further reviews of Archbishop Ramsey: the shape of the Church

The reviews of my 2015 book on Michael Ramsey are now appearing thick and fast in the journals, following the usual gap after the initial notices in the press. 368 more words

Archbishops Of Canterbury

Kingdoms Rise...Kingdoms Fall.

Photo by: Ambenalain

 

Nebuchadnazzar was King of ancient Babylon. At that time, Babylon was the world’s dominant kingdom. It’s realm covered most of the known world.  1,556 more words

Belle Unruh

YOU ARE THE LIGHT OF NIGERIA – Men do not light candles and put them under buckets.

The positive transformation of our country at this time is God’s idea, and it ought to be done according to God’s counsels. That is the more reason why the Church must rise up to teach Government what to do, how to do it, and why they should do it. 450 more words

Nigeria

Fulton Sheen: “The refusal to take sides"

“The refusal to take sides on great moral issues is itself a decision. It is a silent acquiescence to evil. The Tragedy of our time is that those who still believe in honesty lack fire and conviction, while those who believe in dishonesty are full of passionate conviction.”

Archbishop Fulton Sheen

Politics/Current Events