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Rock around the clock

Biography | The story of work-around-the-clock John D. Rockefeller, Part 1
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 2/02/19, 08:42 am

Materialist historians see economic conditions as the main instigators of innovation, but the Bible emphasizes the significance of individuals. Judges, for example, is mostly a series of capsule biographies, not a chart of how many plows the Israelites had.

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USS Arizona survivors to miss Pearl Harbor ceremony

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 12/07/18, 10:34 am

About 20 Pearl Harbor survivors are expected to attend ceremonies Friday in Hawaii to remember the thousands of men killed in the Japanese attack 77 years ago. But for the first time, no one who survived the bombing of the USS Arizona will be present. The Arizona lost 1,177 sailors and Marines in the attack, the greatest number of any ship. All five of the remaining Arizona survivors are in their 90s, and none could make the trip to Hawaii this year, mostly for health reasons.

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Lessons from a World War II tour

History | Can remembrance of deadly 20th-century conflicts prevent future ones?
by Sophia Lee
Posted 10/15/18, 04:36 pm

I recently spent 12 vacation days on a World War II tour in Europe, retracing the steps of Winston Churchill in London, the Allied troops in Normandy and Bastogne, and Adolf Hitler in Munich. 

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