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5 ways in which sex has shaped human history

Our sexual behavior has always defined us. Throughout history, the attraction of people was seen differently and interpreted in many ways as possible. Sex remains a broad topic to discuss, but we intend to watch some of the most important episodes in history amorous: 10 more words



When we travel to a distant country
Where language bars us
A country where we do not understand their language
Then we hire an interpreter… 107 more words


Blood Moons and Smoke-Filled Skies: An Already and Not Yet Approach to the Day of the Lord

When we read in Acts 2:19-20, “And I will show wonders in the heavens above and signs on the earth below, blood, and fire, and vapor of smoke; the  sun shall be turned to darkness and the moon to blood,” we who are unaccustomed to apocalyptic literature are quick to scratch our heads and ask: What does this mean?   2,440 more words


Why Deborah the Judge Would NOT Support Women in Church Leadership

This is a guest article written by my friend Michael White. It is in response to this

Deborah held the position of Judge in Israel at a time when there was no king in Israel and everyone did what was right in their own eyes (Judges 17:6). 1,434 more words


Quotes from Anime?!

Recently, I took a class on anime. That’s right, anime. I was shocked because it completely redefined what cartoons meant to me. It made me appreciate a medium of literature that I never really fully appreciated because I simply thought of it as “for children.” 926 more words


Canned Programming for Museums: Healthy?

I recently read an article on the benefits of collections-based research. The author stated the following: “A canned program* performs a social function. It brings together members and visitors for an enjoyable experience, adds to attendance figures, and may promote repeat visitation. 499 more words