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New U.S. Attorney for Utah outlines his priorities

SALT LAKE CITY — Newly installed U.S. Attorney for Utah John Huber describes himself as a “Utah native.”

“I still live in my proud, working class neighborhood in Magna. 351 more words


When did the world go nuts?

As an historian, I could provide evidence that the world has always been crazy. There are scores of examples from the ancient world of deranged people doing horrible things to others. 412 more words


Benton Township declines help from Michigan State Police

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald Palladium

BENTON TOWNSHIP – While Benton Harbor has begun its partnership with Michigan State Police, the same cannot be said for Benton Township. 351 more words


Police Investigating Wednesday Night Parkville Stabbing

PARKVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police are looking into a Wednesday night stabbing in Parkville that left one man injured.

Police say the man was stabbed in the 3200 block of Willoughby Road around 7:30 p.m. 56 more words


Violent crime on rise in Baltimore in last month blamed on police cutting down on arrests

BALTIMORE, MD – The dynamics of a seesaw are not hard to figure out: when one side goes down, the other side goes up.

It is not a difficult concept, and it seems to be one playing out in Baltimore after the death last month of Freddie Gray, injured while in police custody. 316 more words


Man shot on W. 46th after interceding in argument

SAVANNAH, Ga., (WJCL) — Violent Crimes detectives are investigating the shooting of a Savannah man after he interceded in an argument between two others in front of his West 46th Street house Sunday night. 127 more words

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“Authentas” in the Greek Septuagint: What did this word mean in the Bible that was read and often quoted by the Apostle Paul?

I’m doing a series of blog articles on the meaning of the word “authentein” (1 Timothy 2:12) in ancient literature. So far, I’ve looked at the use of “authentes” by Polybius to mean “perpetrator of a massacre.” I then looked at the use of “authentas” by Diodorus Siculus to refer to a group of men who supported an attack on the Roman Senate and perpetrated a murder. 373 more words

1 Timothy 2:12