Etymology: Quinquagesima

“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.”Anthony J. D'Angelo It always amazes me the things that I don't know. I hope that amazement and discovery never ends. I recently became aware of a rather old word: Quinquagesima. I am actually surprised that I hadn't heard of it before …

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Review: Zion Covenant Series

Authors: Bodie & Brock Thoene Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers History, suspense, romance, tragedy, and edification. This is what you will get out of the Zion Covenant Series. I've rarely read a series with such drama and suspense, and so well written, as this one. Though not every book was perfect, and I found a few …

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Review: To Kill A Mockingbird

My thoughts on one of the best pieces of classic American literature.

Hymns: Lord of all Nations, Grant Me Grace

A timely hymn of unity, of grace, and of peace.

The Face of Christ: Part 5 – All Nations, Tribes, and Tongues

Now we have, in brief, dug into the history of Christian art and had the opportunity to enjoy art from around the world. So why bother to show all of these images? Why should it matter if we have a variety of art from around the world? I share them because they show how we …

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