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Daily Archives: August 24, 2018
Trump and the Economy: How Strong and Who Gets Credit?
Originally posted on International Liberty:
Stocks just set a new record for the longest “bull market” in history. If you’re an optimist, this is a reason to celebrate the relatively high level of economic freedom in the United States. If…
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Leuchter-identity and religion — theoutwardquest
I bought Mark Leuchter’s The Levites and the Boundaries of Israelite Identity because I am on a quest to understand the priesthood, particularly in regard to how the community that produced the P (Priestly) portions of the Pentateuch lived. We … Continue reading
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