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A Short History of Slavery

By Mike Kapic / September 8, 2021 / Comments Off on A Short History of Slavery

PragerU and Candace Owens deliver a short history of US and world slavery. •Slavery’s recorded origins date to 6800 BC in Mesopotamia & included all skin colors, religions, classes, labor, & servitude  •2775 BC archaeology shows temple art of captured slaves •550 BC city-state Athens used 30k slaves in silver mines •500 AD Anglo-Saxons enslave…

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The Case for God

By Mike Kapic / June 25, 2021 / Comments Off on The Case for God

Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God By Eric Metaxas – March 25, 2015 The op-ed, “Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God,” was published in the Wall Street Journal on December 25, 2014. Since then, the article has garnered over 600,000 Facebook shares and more than 9,250 comments, making it, unofficially, the most popular article in Wall…

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Flawed Virus Lockdown Models

By Mike Kapic / May 24, 2021 / Comments Off on Flawed Virus Lockdown Models

Professor Explains Flaw in Many Models Used for COVID-19 Lockdown Policies BY ANDREW CHEN – May 11, 2021 CANADA Economics professor Doug Allen wanted to know why so many early models used to create COVID-19 lockdown policies turned out to be highly incorrect. What he found was that a great majority were based on false assumptions…

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Holy Week History

By Mike Kapic / April 4, 2021 / Comments Off on Holy Week History

How And Where Did The Original Holy Week Happen? The days of Holy Week can be reconciled by careful accounting of events and by recognizing alternative ways that ancients used to mark time. By G.W. Thielman – MARCH 29, 2021 Christians around the world prepare for their Good Friday vigil by remembering the Last Supper on Holy…

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Slavery to Freedom

By Mike Kapic / April 3, 2021 / Comments Off on Slavery to Freedom

Passover – From Slavery to Freedom by Daniel Greenfield – March 30, 2021 As the first days of another Passover conclude with the echoes of “Once we were slaves and now we are free” and “Next year in Jerusalem” recited at the Seder nights ringing in our ears, we know that freedom is a lot more than being…

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A Short History of Slavery

PragerU and Candace Owens deliver a short history of US and world slavery.

•Slavery’s recorded origins date to 6800 BC in Mesopotamia & included all skin colors, religions, classes, labor, & servitude  •2775 BC archaeology shows temple art of captured slaves •550 BC city-state Athens used 30k slaves in silver mines •500 AD Anglo-Saxons enslave native Britons after invasion. •1000 England’s agriculture economy based on slavery. •1444 Portuguese begin Atlantic slave trade from West Africa •1526 Spanish brought the first Africans to what would be the US (Editor)

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