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Sermon From The Window Pane

It’s another Sunday in that time of the year. The overflow in the Kainji Dam accounts for the improvement in nationwide electricity supply, contrary to belief in the effect of a new political administration. 1,198 more words

Thoughts

Why I Support the SCOTUS Ruling on Gay Marriage (Sort of)

Christians in the US did not lose the culture war when the Supreme Court ruled in favor of gay marriage – because Christians have never won any culture war. 966 more words

The 4th Dimension

Why did the western half of the Roman empire collapse?

I know this is not modern European history but I thought this essay I wrote a  few weeks ago would make a fun post!

Diocletian and Constantine succeeded only in postponing the collapse of the Roman empire, not in preventing it. 432 more words

History

Waiting to Convert

St. Ambrose says of the two conversions that, in the Church, “there are water and tears: the water of Baptism and the tears of repentance” (CCC 1429).

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G.K. Chesterton

Meanderings with the Lord...

Our government is just like Hammurabi. Have you ever read Hammurabi’s Law (created way before the 10 commandments were given)? It would take a while. 😉 I think the government has gone too far in many of their laws. 612 more words

Grace

Mike's Mix: Pero Por Que Papi At Constantine

Every Saturday, Mike Augustyniak picks up a new cocktail recipe from a local mixologist. This week, he heads to Constantine for a smoky, spicy drink — the Pero Por Que Papi. 164 more words

Local

Metal Geeks 77: Post Con Geekery

Join your hosts, Cary the Metal Geek, Dave as they finally settle in after all the Comicpalooza fun and news from E3 as they discuss lots of geekery that they missed while they were away including Tomorrowland, Witcher 3, Hellboy 3, and so much more geekery! 172 more words

Metal Geeks