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Understanding Evil

Philosopher Claudia Card adds to the current literature on the subject of evil that has caught the attention of scholars over the last decade. While Professor Richard Bernstein tends to focus on the topic of Radical Evil through an analysis of Immanuel Kant and those...

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Is the Bible Historically Accurate?

“Biblical Minimalism,” popularized in the mid-1980’s by a number of academics at the University of Copenhagen, espoused the view that the Bible was written in the Hellenistic Period, nearly 700 years after David and Solomon and thus the Biblical descriptions of them...

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The Sistine Secrets

Italy remains one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.  And near the top of every tourist’s list is a visit to the Sistine Chapel.  But what tourists fail to appreciate is that Michelangelo’s masterpiece – the largest fresco painting on earth located...

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In My Library

  Sir Martin Gilbert has written an incredible 82 books and is the official biographer of Winston Churchill. He is recognized as one of the pre-eminent historians of our time. His latest book, In Ishmael’s House, is relatively short (under 400 pages with maps and...

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What lies behind you and what lies ahead of you pales in comparison to what lies inside you.

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

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