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July 2017 - Page 4

On The Public Preaching of Women

July 16, 2017
Editor’s Note: We present another lesson from Robert Lewis Dabney, who served as Stonewall Jackson’s Chaplain, and was a staunch defender of traditional Christianity. Here, he addresses the issue of women in

The Fable of the Duck Dog

July 13, 2017
Once there was a duck who thought he was a dog. It happens on rare occasions because of an occurrence in young ducks called “imprinting.”  You see, when a duckling is hatched,

The Land We Love

July 13, 2017
Editor’s Note: Abram Joseph Ryan, called “The Poet-Priest of the South,” was a Catholic priest and supporter of the Confederate States of America. He spent a portion of the war as a

Covenant of Peace

July 12, 2017
Numbers 25:6-8   And indeed, one of the children of Israel came and presented to his brethren a Midianite woman in the sight of Moses and in the sight of all the congregation

Beast Life: 1000 Reps

July 12, 2017
Every once in awhile I say to myself, “I bet I’m not kicking my own ass enough.” You may experience something similar when your routine gets stale or boring. You may not

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