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Toast of the Week- August 29, 2015

You don’t hold the door because she’s weaker than you or you’re trying to impress her. You do it because it’s a nice thing to do, it’s respectful. 223 more words

Toast Of The Week

MFW Adventures: George Washington + Bribery

Last Spring I sat at my desk and pulled out my new planner. I wrote out all the things we would be doing in the fall and felt tired just writing it all down. 1,270 more words

Homeschool Education

Battle of Brooklyn

August 27, 1776: The Battle of Long Island is fought. Also called the Battle of Brooklyn or the Battle of Brooklyn Heights, it was a campaign of the American Revolutionary War. 640 more words

History

Predestination, Election and God's Desire for All to be Saved

So, here’s an easy topic today, huh?  How are we to understand this verse…

This is good, and it is pleasing in the sight of God our Savior, who desires all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.

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Lost and Found - August 27th Edition

What to remember about August 27th…

  • 1776  British forces defeat General Washington’s continental forces in Battle of Brooklyn Heights
  • 1859  Petroleum is discovered in Titusville, Pennsylvania; 1st successful well and birth of the oil industry…
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History

"Good Faith and Justice Toward All Nations," By William Anthony Hay

“Tell me how this ends?” The rhetorical question General David Petraeus posed during the march on Baghdad in 2003 points to the challenge of defining realistic goals and securing them effectively. 2,086 more words

Nomocracy Blog

"Potentially Momentous"

Last week, Michael Harris wrote about the Battle of Brandywine and in his conclusion mentioned his excellent history on this important battle in the American Revolution. 631 more words

Battlefields & Historic Places