Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

Most have seen the Indiana Jones movies with “Indy” as an older man, but not too many know that an entire series of films were made of him as a child and a teenager! The premise is exciting, as Indiana … Continue reading

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Queen of The Desert

Most people have heard of Lawrence of Arabia, but not too many have heard of his female counterpart! One of his contemporaries was a woman named Gertrude Bell. Gertrude Bell was born in 1868 and grew up in a wealthy … Continue reading

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We’ve Covered the History of Why People Believe, but What About The Ones Who Don’t?

Throughout this blog, we covered many topics dealing with religion, and studied what people believe and why. We also covered topics such as syncretism between religions, and why people believe at all, but one topic we haven’t touched on, and … Continue reading

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