Monthly Archives: October 2012

THE VERY CONTROVERSIAL DEBATE ON WHETHER THERE SHOULD BE “REPARATIONS” MADE TO THE AFRICAN AMERICAN DESCENDANTS OF AFRICAN SLAVES IN AMERICA

This post consists of this very controversial debate and some interesting comments and exchange of information on the African Classical History website From: Marion lamar Perryman <pharoahkanaan@yahoo.com> Subject: [africanclassicalhistory] Fw: [B‑F‑N‑A] Ten Reasons Why Reparations for  Blacks is a Bad … Continue reading

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Something about the name Jesus & “The End of Christianity”

“The End of Christianity “ Edited by John W Loftus (Prometheus Books: New York), (2011) —  “Should Christianity end?  I think not.  But unthinking Christianity should.  For that reason I am grateful to the authors of this outstanding collection of … Continue reading

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Paul and the Gospels – Broader Historical and Ideological Contexts of the Origins of Early Christianity and the Writing of Certain Books of the Bible

Paul and Empire – An Anthology: “Paul and  Empire:  Religion and Power in Roman Imperial Society,” edited by Richard A. Borsley (Trinity Press International: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), 1997 An anthology about the Roman Empire, ancient ideologies, and Pauline Christianity that brings … Continue reading

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The 2012 Presidential Debate – Religion and Politics During the Primary Republican Presidential Candidates Debates – and Science and Paleoanthropology and Republican Ideological Beliefs and Issues Based on Literalist Interpretations of the Scriptures

The October 3, 2012 Presidential Debae:  … H’m! … The Smirk . .. “letting him go ahead and open up so people will know what he thinks and how he lies … not to mention … when he loosened up … Continue reading

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