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“Do not learn the way of the Gentiles… for the customs of the people are futile; For one cuts a tree from the forest, the work of the hands of the workman with the ax. They decorate it with silver … Continue reading
Community Church or “Non-denominational” Church refers to independent local congregations which have no affiliation with the major denominations. Determining exact numbers is difficult. A study released in 2010 by the Hartford Institute For Religion Research reported that there were more … Continue reading
The Anglican Church numbers about 85 million (Countries With the Largest Anglican Populations, worldatlas.com). The top five countries, by number, are: (1) Nigeria; (2) United Kingdom; (3) Uganda; (4) Sudan; (5) Australia. The United States is seventh, counting the Episcopal … Continue reading
Aluminum in the mid-1800’s was an extreme expensive metal. Aluminum was plentiful (in fact, the most plentiful metallic element in the earth’s crust). That was not the problem with this element. The problem was that the refinement process at the time … Continue reading
Morton/Jackson(1) William Morton (1819-1868), was a dentist. He was obsessed with one thing. He said, “If only I could pull teeth painlessly, I would become the richest dentist in Boston, perhaps the entire world.” Later, Morton studied medicine and chemistry under Dr. … Continue reading
When the 56 founding fathers signed their name to the Declaration of Independence, they were basically signing their own death warrants. John Hancock reportedly said, “There must be no pulling of different ways… we must hang together.” Ben Franklin reportedly … Continue reading