Daily Archives: August 20, 2018

Paul Krugman Is Learning the Wrong Lesson from Denmark

Originally posted on International Liberty:
Paul Krugman has butchered numbers when writing about fiscal policy in nations such as France, Estonia, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Today, we’re going to peruse his writings on Denmark. Here’s some of what he wrote earlier this month.…

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Christians and the whisper network — Samantha Field

My parents began attending a new church before I graduated from college, and I only had about eight months at home before I was off to attend graduate school so the new congregation never really felt like a home to … Continue reading

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They lied to you about Iran — OffGuardian

Have you ever considered the possibility that almost everything that you have been told about the world by the Western mass media is a lie and fabrication? I am sure you have, at least lately, when the insanity of Western … Continue reading

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BREAKDOWN | Darth Vader: Book I – Vader, by Kieron Gillen

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Peterson, Leuchter and me in the middle

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
Over the last few days I have redone my desktop setup. I replaced my huge, noisy old tower with a four-inch by four-inch box. It is totally silent. What a difference a few years makes in…

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Mesopotamian Monday: Inscription of Sargon II to Adad at Dur-Sharrukin — The Biblical Review

A common way that kings honored deities within the pantheon was via prayers inscribed at temples and gates. For example, at the capital of Assyria during the reign of Sargon II, Dur-Sharrukin, archaeologists uncovered a small room within a temple … Continue reading

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Church Write-Up: Idols, Two Cities, Romania

Time for this week’s Church Write-Up. A.  The theme at both the LCMS church and the “Word of Faith” church was idolatry. At the LCMS church, the Scripture text was Joshua 24, in which Joshua exhorts the Israelites to stop … Continue reading

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