The Lord’s Prayer in Old English Related articles OLD ENGLISH: Battle of Brunanburh Poem (937 AD) (broeder10.wordpress.com)
In the History Channel’s new series on the Vikings there is an episode where the Vikings raid the Island of Lindisfarne, a small island off of England’s Northumbrian coast. The raid is thought to be the beginning of Viking adventures on England, Scotland, Ireland, France and just about everywhere else their longships could carry them. […]
Shameless blurb for my other blog titled Church, State, Faith and Culture. This entry is titled Snow Angels, Fairies and the Supernatural
Link to Part Two of Buy a sword, said Jesus. My other blog titled Church, State, Faith and Culture.
Military History has many examples of where the few stood against the many. The few often paying the ultimate price and dying to the last man. Perhaps the most famous few against the many is the 300 hundred Spartans and 700 Thespians facing thousands of Persians at Thermopylae in 480 BC. But the other day […]
Church, State, Faith and Culture I’ve started another blog titled above to better categorize my interests. Check it out if it appears to interest you.
Fascinating combination of history and astronomy. Link to HotAir where I got the story
Was Jesus a Socialist or a Capitalist? – Jesus Christ – Fox Nation. This is a thought provoking article if for no other reason it disses the notion that one can interpret Scripture anyway one wants to in order to get it to say what certain politicians want it to say.
Thinking of New Year’s Resolutions? Well, consider Jonathan Edwards Resolutions. Edwards is considered by many to be the greatest theologian America has ever produced. I grabbed the below from Desiring God Ministries. Pastor Piper is an expert on Edwards. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Being sensible that I am unable to do anything without God’s help, I do humbly […]