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Are Mass Shootings Predicted in the Bible As a Sign the World Is Coming to an End?

Does the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas indicate a sign of the end times? It could well be, and although the Bible doesn’t expressly say mass killings are a sign of the end times, it does appear th... read more

Many Jefferson County employers have yet to file occupational tax data needed to calculate refunds (with list)

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- More than 60 percent of Jefferson County businesses have not provided the data needed to calculate worker refunds for Jefferson County occupational taxes in 2009, a list posted ... read more

Top 10 research projects in agri for 2018

Hortgro Science, the research department of the deciduous fruit industry body, has 116 research projects running this year that cover the entire value chain. Research is divided into three main areas ... read more

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REVISITED: 100 Objects in 100 Days

The "100 Objects in 100 Days" series in 2014 was the catalyst for a second series on Orangeburg County history titled "Vintage Orangeburg County," the Calhoun County "Faces & Places" 100-day series an... read more


Africa: Pambazuka News 178:

The failure of the economic superpowers to achieve what they desired at the multilateral level must inform our analysis of what they hope ... projects, he says, is that "one cannot eat omelettes witho... read more

“Cosmos” and Christianity (or any religion, for that matter)

Like many of you, I watched the entire FOX series Cosmos for the last several weeks and which concluded this past Sunday. More than once I found myself in stunned awe of the incomprehensibly huge and ... read more

College students likely to disagree with religious teachings that homosexuality is a sin

(Phys.org) -- College students' beliefs about same-sex relationships can be shaped by their church's teachings, but some are willing to oppose their religion's position on the issue, a new University ... read more

Seymour fined $7,500 for pulling Clady’s hair

After Clady was tripped up by a body splayed behind him, Seymour reached down and yanked on the long hair dangling beneath Clady’s helmet. read more

Will camel discovery break the Bible's back?

But according to the traditional biblical chronology, the patriarchs were schlepping around Canaan on camels over a millennium earlier, all the way back in 2100 BCE Taken on its own, this may seem a r... read more

How a Federal Menu-Labeling Law Will Harm American Pizza

Another FDA rule that’s been long in the making is the agency’s proposed menu-labeling rule. The purpose of that rule, first proposed in 2010 as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, ... read more

Proof of Solomon's mines found in Israel

"The mines are definitely from the period of King Solomon," says Dr. Ben-Yosef. "They may help us understand the local society, which would have been invisible to us otherwise." Now a national park, T... read more

Measles cases reached 15-year high in 2011

Measles is a respiratory disease caused by the measles virus. Symptoms included a high fever of 101 degrees or more, body rash that lasts for 3 or more days, runny nose and cough. The CDC says for eve... read more



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