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Britain and World War I

As the Twentieth Century began, the European world began to prepare for a major war, which was commonly expected. Literature from the period fictionalized German invasions of England, and other theoretical combative

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Titus Andronicus

Sometimes doing your best leads to spectacular failure. Shakespeare’s tragedies are always marked by death. Hamlet ends with most of the main cast dead. Macbeth sees everyone important killed off, including the

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Breaking the Dam

I do not understand what I do.  For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do.  – Romans 7:15   It’s often said that we

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Whose Fault Divorce?

Some have pointed out the seemingly one-sided nature of the power in Biblical divorce proceedings, placing the ability to divorce only in the hands of the husband, leaving wives without Biblical recourse

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