The best kept secret on the Kenai Peninsula is Hope. Probably the most historical town in South Central, Alaska, Hope stands on the sidelines of the race along the Seward Continue Reading
At the time it was built, it must have been an engineering marvel to the farmers and townspeople of Gettysburg. The bridge appears to be a conduit, linking the past with the present.
Gettysburg nestles in long, rolling hills, surrounded by peaceful farmland, but there is nothing pastoral about the way it can make you feel. The Civil War site was the home Continue Reading
A visit to Capitol Hill naturally provides a sense of living history as decisions that influence world views are enacted daily. For those who reside behind the doors of the Continue Reading
That is that the United States (and surrounding countries) has never actually guaranteed freedom of religion, constitution notwithstanding. Instead, the government tolerates religion, so as long as it conforms to American moral standards—as sketchy a definition as that might be.
The web is ablaze with drum beats of turmoil and secession. The duly elected President is being called illegitimate. Buckle up buttercup…the real fun is coming.
Religion is not an incorporated business that you have control over. It is an entity that grows, changes, adapts and eventually dies on its own lack of relevance.
John Adams was called the voice of the revolution and the main driver of the new country. Because it was oral, it has been lost to the ages as the last of his listeners died off. On the other hand, Jefferson was the writer of the Revolution and guiding hand of the United States…
What We Learn from Biblical Maps by Roy Erickson Jr. For the unpracticed eye, biblical maps can be very hard to read. Boundaries have changed drastically over the centuries, with Continue Reading
Karla Fetrow: We are entering another Cold War, with the same three players, only this time the script has been changed.