I have written in the past on why we need more revisionist history, and why “revisionism” is not a bad word, but a good thing. I spoke about the need for Christian involvement in this effort—being “men of Issachar”—at last year’s Providential History Conference. I’d like to give you a sample I came across in […]
The Legislative House of the Commonwealth of Virginia is considering the establishing of a joint subcommittee to study whether the Commonwealth should establish an alternative currency in anticipation of the total breakdown of the U.S. Dollar and the Federal Reserve. The fears of the Virginia legislators are justified: very few economists these days expect the […]
The 105 colonists and seamen who set sail from England and settled in Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607 carried the Geneva Bible with them. The copious notes of this refugee translation, while identifying the existing papal government as the biblical antichrist, saw beyond its own generation to a more glorious future.
What happened at Virginia Tech was tragic. Seung-Hui Cho, the student who killed 32 people and then himself, left a long and “disturbing” note behind. There are a number of curious things that lead me to believe that Cho,