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I used the title “Retrospective Rewind” one other time when discussing a band that I had neglected to post about when I should have. With this post I’ve decided to re-title this whole feature “Retrospective Rewind” as opposed to “Retrospective Thursday.” It seems like a better title overall and it will relieve a bit of the pressure of getting things up on Thursdays when I could have them up on a Wednesday or a Friday, etc. 421 more words
ISIS Pillages Nimrod, Destroys Historic Treasures - World - CBN News - Christian News 24-7 - CBN.com
(It’s what they do!–S.T. Lloyd)
ISIS reportedly destroyed some of the world’s greatest historical treasures in the Iraqi city of Nimrod.
The jihadist group posted an online video that shows them taking sledgehammers and jackhammers to artifacts and even using explosives to destroy items dating back to the 13th century B.C. 18 more words
Easter is a day that is honered by nearly all of contemporary Christianity and is used to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
The holiday often involves a church service at sunrise, a feast which includes an “Easter Ham”, decorated eggs and stories about rabbits. 1,200 more words
A lot regarding Easter and Holy Week has been going through my mind this week. This includes all the recent hubbub about Christians celebrating Pascua and seder feasts and all things related. 639 more words