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December 2017

Sermon: A New Year's Wish

Editor’s Note: This was first preached by Charles Haddon Spurgeon in London, and published in 1911, several years after his death. “But my God shall supply all your need, according to his

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Ambush at Sanna’s Post (March 31, 1900)

Editor’s note:  The following is extracted from With the Boer Forces, by Howard C. Hillegas (published 1900).  The location of this military action, part of the Second Anglo-Boer War, is variously called

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What Can You Do?

Editor’s Note: Iron Spartan is a retired Army RSTA NCO, an automation and heavy industry specialist, father and family man.   “So, what can you do?”  Such a simple phrase seems to strike

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The Historicity of Jesus

Usually one must wait for Easter for the media to trot out its stable of “mainstream” religious scholars who know nothing about their subjects.  This year, the present was delivered at Christmas:

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The Battle of Flores

Editor’s note: The following is extracted from Essays on History and Literature, by James Anthony Froude (published 1906).  All spelling is in the original. In August, 1591, Lord Thomas Howard, with six

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