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This week in history

Here at Tudor House we are all about history, and not just the Tudors! Here are some historical events that took place this week…

The Battle of Waterloo took place on the 18th June 1815. 297 more words

Research Reveals What God Looks Like

Thanks to research, we now know what God looks like. And He looks a lot like you.

Psychologists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill surveyed 551 Christians and asked, “What do you think God looks like?” And not surprisingly, they saw God like they see themselves. 332 more words

This Week In History

This week in history

Here at Tudor House we are all about history, and not just the Tudors! Here are some historical events that took place this week…

On June 11th, 1509 the 19-year-old Henry VIII married his brother’s widow Catherine of Aragon in a ceremony in Greenwich. 462 more words

3 Steps to Being Victorious

If I have victory in Christ, why do I still feel like I’m in a war?

One of the darkest periods in our country’s history was when we divided over the issue of slavery. 746 more words

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My Concern for the Southern Baptist Convention

It is as timely today as when he said it 160 years ago.

“A house divided against itself cannot stand.”

On June 16, 1858, Abraham Lincoln launched his unsuccessful bid for the United States Senate with a speech that included this now-famous statement about the state of the union. 778 more words

This Week In History

This week in history

Here at Tudor House we are all about history, and not just the Tudors! Here are some historical events that took place this week…

On June 4th, 1913, well known activist Emily Davidson ran in front of George V’s carriage during the Epson Derby. 521 more words

A Key Factor in Winning

This is better than Aesop’s Fable about the tortoise and the hare. Partly because it’s true. And partly because it’s so amusing.

In 1976, at the height of all the patriotic, bicentennial fervor, the Great American Horse Race was held. 651 more words

This Week In History