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  1. October 23, 2016: Women Wage PeaceRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Jerusalem Post

    Women Wage Peace Regarding "Women Wage Peace hold rally in Jerusalem" , the thousands of women waging peace present a very sympathetic picture, but they accomplish the opposite. They also wrongly blame Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.


  2. the Salem Witch Trials: What really happened in 1692Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago |

    IN SALEM Massachusetts, a group of young girls claimed to be possessed by the devil and pointed the finger at people they believed were secretly performing witchcraft. As fear and hysteria built up in the small community, a court was created to condemn those believed to hold supernatural powers.


  3. The Woman at the Well a Divine AppointmentRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | BellaOnline

    Our gracious Lord doesn't look at people they way we do. He doesn't see the outward appearance.


  4. Dr M Faye Prior with a stick for beating out devils. Picture: Matt ClarkRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | York Press

    Dark nights, All Souls, trick or treat. Forget clowns, this is the scariest time of the year.


  5. Should schools celebrate Halloween?Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press

    Halloween's become so ubiquitous that we forget it's actually a pagan holiday - one that some Christians strongly object to celebrating. Religious objections, promoting unhealthy food, inappropriate costumes, and taking away from academic time are all reasons why some American schools have stopped observing the holiday.


  6. Roman Coin Helps Date SiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BellaOnline

    Coins can help to serve the same purpose as can an index fossil. Coins can help to date an archaeological dig site in a much similar fashion as can a fossil help date the strata in which the fossil is found.


  7. Join Denver's oldest Dia de los MuertosRead the original story

    Yesterday | North Denver Tribune

    This is Denver's oldest celebration long before it became mainstream. Share the history and join us as we honor our ancestors.


  8. US President Barack Obama ticks Stonehenge off his bucket list in 2014. Picture: AFPRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    THE GOOD Everyone loves a good puzzle and 5,000-year-old Stonehenge, in southwest England, is certainly that. Online reviewers who claim it's just a pile of rocks are missing the point.


  9. Theologian Wayne Grudem, who briefly recanted Trump endorsement, again supports GOP nomineeRead the original story

    Thursday | Washington Times

    When Donald Trump 's vulgar hot-mic audiotape went public, evangelical Christian theologian Wayne Grudem backpedaled from his earlier endorsement of Donald Trump for president, urging the New York businessman to step aside and let his running mate pick up the GOP mantle. But Mr. Grudem has reconsidered and re-endorsed Mr. Trump , explaining his rationale in an op-ed published Wednesday at conservative website


  10. The Occult, Witchcraft, and MagicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Uncrate

    The concept of magic dates back nearly as far as humanity itself. The Occult, Witchcraft & Magic: An Illustrated History takes you on a guided tour, from the earliest cave rituals to modern Wicca.


  11. Fear and Faith, Part II: The strengths, weaknesses and delusions of ISISRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Jerusalem Post

    Western politicians often abuse ISIS's image to attain electoral goals, even at the price of enhancing the organization's strength. Barbarism and self-righteousness are not unique to ISIS, and nurtured each other long before its appearance.


  12. Israel's Bogus History LessonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Counterpunch

    It was presumably intended as an Israeli history lesson to the world. A video posted to social media by Israel's foreign ministry shows an everyday Jewish couple, Jacob and Rachel, in a home named the "Land of Israel".


  13. Phoenix's Wolfskin Ink Firebombed: Murdered Owner Subject of New Times Cover StoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 19 | Phoenix New Times

    Rayney Perkins, owner of Wolfskin Ink and widow of Jubel Dean Perkins, in front of the window broken by a Molotov cocktail early this morning. Wolfskin Ink, a popular West Phoenix tattoo parlor whose late proprietor is the subject of this week's New Times cover story , was firebombed early Wednesday morning by unknown persons wielding a Molotov cocktail.


  14. Ian D Suttie and the 'taboo on tenderness'Read the original story

    Wednesday Oct 19 | Catallaxy

    The gender engineering movement under way in Victoria brings to mind the work of the Scottish psychiatrist Ian D Suttie. His ideas could have revolutionised psychoanalysis in a humanitarian and scientific way but he died with his one book just coming off the press in 1935.


  15. Into DarknessRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 19 |

    North Bay Reclaiming hosts its annual Samhain ritual on Friday, Oct. 21, at the Sebastopol Grange Hall. 6:30pm.


  16. How Israel seeks to erase the region's historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 18 | OpEdNews

    It was presumably intended as an Israeli history lesson to the world. A video posted to social media by Israel's foreign ministry shows an everyday Jewish couple, Jacob and Rachel, in a home named the "Land of Israel."


  17. Leonardo DiCaprio Turns His Insufferable Environmentalism Up to 11 With New Captain Planet MovieRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 18 | RedState

    Remember Captain Planet? Back in the 90's it was a cartoon aimed at kids to promote environmentalism, and underhandedly denounce capitalism. It was pretty much the enviro-church's indoctrination fantasy, complete with an Earth spirit sending the power of change to a diverse group of kids called "The Planeteers."


  18. 25 Halloween costumes that won't lead you to damnationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 18 | Religion News Service

    A dog dressed as Pope Francis poses for a photograph during the annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in the Manhattan borough of New York City, on October 24, 2015. Photo courtesy of Reuters/Stephanie Keith Religious folk face a tough dilemma every October: is the fun of Halloween worth risking eternal conscious torment? Will God ever forgive your pagan-loving debauchery? The Literalist has you covered this year.


  19. How much do you know about Halloween, why we celebrate it and where it came from?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 18 | East Anglian Daily Times

    The way people mark October 31 these days is a curious mash-up of Hollywood, Catholicism and early Gaelic polytheism. It differs from country to country, but did you know Halloween festivities have links to events held in May? And what is the link between this spooky celebration and young women looking for their future husbands? The name Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Eve, marking the evening of the date in the Christian calendar when all saints are celebrated on November 1, but the date has actually moved around over the years, including being as far removed as the middle of May. The Roman's made offerings at this time of year to the souls of people who died by terrible violence in exchange for leaving them in peace.


  20. What the Greatest Catholic Philosopher Had to Say about Private PropertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 18 | The Foundation for Economic Education

    Much of the same misguidedness that turned Church members' attention towards matters too earthly, as we shall see, also applied to Church doctrine and the confused understanding concerning the notion of a "just price" and the banning of interest on a loan. Like the Greeks and the Romans, Medieval thinkers considered economic problems and questions to be of secondary importance, especially by the Christian Church theologians and philosophers.