When Mr. Bush moved in, he exercised his presidential decorating prerogatives and asked his wife, Laura, to supervise the design of a new rug. Mr. Bush loved to regale visitors with the story of the rug, whose sunburst design, he liked to say, was intended to evoke a feeling of optimism. The rug is still […]
Bart Ehrman is the US author of the bestselling book “Misquoting Jesus” (In the UK “Whose word is it?”).Â He calls into question the authority of the New Testament asÂ scribal changesÂ over time have changed theÂ documents.Â So can we trust the scripture?Â Bible scholar Peter Williams believes in the reliability ofÂ the New TestamentÂ and that Bart’s prognosis is […]
Invest in and for the future. Right now. Pass it on. Coudal Partners – January 20, 2009
Some passengers screamed, others tucked their heads between their knees, and several prayed over and over: “Lord, forgive me for my sins.” But a man named Josh who was sitting in the exit row did exactly what everyone is supposed to do but few ever do: he pulled out the safety card and read the […]
â€œMy first phrase in Khmer,â€ the Cambodian language, â€œwas, â€˜I want to sleep with you,â€™ â€ she said. â€œMy first phrase in English wasâ€ â€” well, itâ€™s unprintable. Sina mostly followed instructions and smiled alluringly at men because she would have been beaten if men didnâ€™t choose her. But sometimes she was in such pain […]
President-elect Obama has said that he will sign the Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA) shortly after assuming office. The act would strike down local and state laws related to limiting abortion, parental notification and such. This act might also be used to force doctors, nurses and other medical personal to either perform abortions and/or refer […]
How often do you hear the marketing person say, “that’s a neat idea, but we don’t have the budget this year”? Shouldn’t she say, “We have an unlimited budget for ads that work”… Seth’s Blog: Do ads work?