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A Nation Deals Honestly with its Historical Sin
A series of political, cultural, and social events in the early 1980s led to many Germans to deal honestly with the Nazi horrors of the past. Before 1980 ...
International Church of Cannabis
A Lutheran church has stood at 400 S Logan Street in Denver since the early 1900s, but as of recently it has become unoccupied. In April of 2017, the ...
The Necessity of Reflection and Confession
In the early 1960s, political writer Hannah Arendt attended the trials of Adolf Eichmann, the German officer who had orchestrated much of the Holocaust. ...
Why Are People Acting So Weird?
Everyone is acting so weird! The most obvious recent weirdness was when Will Smith smacked Chris Rock at the Oscars. But people have been behaving badly ...
The World's Oldest Man Replaced Bitterness with Sweetness
On August 11, 2017, the world's oldest man passed away, just a month short of his 114th birthday—making him one of the 10 longest lived men ...
Famous Poet Describes His Capacity for Evil
Walt Whitman, one of the greatest of American poets writes in, "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry" of his capacity for evil:
I am he who knew what it was ...
Charles Manson and Our Fascination with Evil
Notorious cult leader Charles Manson was responsible for the brutal deaths of nine people in the summer of 1969. The murders were so gruesome and sensational ...
God's Justice is Praiseworthy and Necessary
President Mobutu reigned as the dictator and President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo from 1965 to 1997. But after global political changes, ...
Eagle's Joe Walsh Reflects on the Worst Part of Success
In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Joe Walsh, the lead guitarist for the band Eagle's, was asked to describe the worst part of success:
Sin Nature Is like a Weed Filled Garden
Author Rosaria Butterfield says that being born with a sin nature is a little bit like inheriting a garden. In a radio interview Butterfield put it this ...