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By Guest Author On Wednesday, August 8th, 2018

What is stoicism

Most of us live our lives in the real world, which means that we have jobs, be they more flexible or not, families and friends, and responsibilities. Rational people can sometimes look at philosophy with a critical More...

By Guest Author On Friday, September 30th, 2016

Head off the beaten track in Sicily, Italy

Sicily is the largest of the Mediterranean islands and is located like a misshapen football off the point of Italy’s “boot.” While the island is an integral part of Italy, Sicily has its own unique personality More...

By Laura Jones On Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

ISIS destroys the ancient cities Khorsabad, Nimrud, Hatra in ‘war crime’

ISIS has destroyed three ancient Iraqi cities over the course of three days, according to reports. The Sunni terrorists conquered Khorsabad, an ancient village that was founded in approximately 720 BC, which followed More...

By Brandon Jones On Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

Harvard professor, Karen King, presents Coptic script attempting to show Jesus had a wife

A Harvard University professor has unveiled a fourth century fragment of papyrus that she says quotes Jesus explicitly referring to having a wife. Gospel of Jesus wife papyrus photo supplied Karen King Karen King, More...

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