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- RT @GODs_Graces: Love is not a feeling we have; it's a decision to treat people the way Jesus would treat them. 10 hours ago
- RT @DavidRoads: Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don't. 19 hours ago
- RT @Quote_Soup: Create a life that feels good on the inside, not one that just looks good on the outside. 19 hours ago
- RT @WesternCapeGov: #TEDx fans, check this out if you're in the #Bellville area. twitter.com/TEDxBellville/… 21 hours ago
- There is a petition to remove display of Pope Benedict made of condoms. It can be signed here: ucatholic.com/eggsbenedict" 23 hours ago
- RT @lnspire_me: As long as you can laugh at yourself you will never cease to be amused. 23 hours ago
- RT @SrHelenaBurns: My God's smaller than your God. http://t.co/BRsS5bbOps 1 day ago
- RT @samcowen: The number to call when you see someone parking in a disabled who is NOT disabled. timeslive.co.za/thetimes/2014/… 1 day ago
- Serbian PM to attend Srebrenica massacre anniversary
- Late-night swimmer's remains found inside dead alligator
- Shaggy's plan to defeat Islamic State: make them listen to my music
- US woman arrested after calling 911 to complain about Chinese food
- Afghan government holds first official talks with the Taliban
- US army to cut 40,000 troops over next two years
- Miss USA contestants say Donald Trump immigration comments 'hard to hear'
- Hillary Clinton says 'people do trust me' despite polls questioning her honesty
- US training just 60 Syrian fighters to combat Islamic State despite target of 5,400
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Tag Archives: Greek
Studying Greece and Rome both reveals the basis of Western culture, while providing the study of a culture’s internal coherence. Read on here.
This is well done – a few days in, but you’ll catch up. Some important vocab. for reading the birth narratives of Matthew and Luke (this version does not include chocolates): A NT Greek Advent. HT
People are still influenced and informed by traditional, low-tech means through public monuments, gatherings and speeches, but are also targeted with messages and information on current events or matters of state through television, radio, internet and the print media. … Continue reading
HT: Near Emmaus