Saturday Series
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Continuing the family tradition of repression

Books | North Korean leader Kim Jong Un follows in the footsteps of his father and grandfather
by Anna Fifield
Posted 7/11/20, 12:42 pm

When Kim Jong Un took over as North Korea’s leader in 2011, no one knew what to make of the Swiss-educated 27-year-old who loved the NBA. Would the younger Kim lead reforms in the Hermit Kingdom?

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Glorifying God in the White House

Faith & Inspiration | By making nonbelievers say, “I want some of that.” The third in a series of “stump speeches”
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 7/04/20, 11:01 am

Here’s a talk I gave in Washington in 2004 at a gathering of the White House Christian Fellowship. Also, see my “stump speeches” about how concerns over corrupt Anglicanism helped spur American colonists to revolt and how President Andrew Jackson often went against the tide.

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A family history, Part 3

Family | A model of what it is to be a woman, a lady, a mother, a human being
by John R. Erickson
Posted 6/27/20, 12:00 pm

Author and rancher John R. Erickson’s 2005 book Prairie Gothic: The Story of a West Texas Family includes stories of his ancestors and those who played key roles in their lives. The author of the popular Hank the Cowdog series first introduced us to his mother’s family in May 2018, and in April, we learned more about the Shermans.

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