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Saturday, April 14, 2007

Titanic Passenger List Now On line

Copies of the original handwritten passenger list for the Titanic are now available on line and, for a limited time, can be viewed and downloaded for free.

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Friday, April 13, 2007

The Couch Potato Workout

Simple exercises you can do while watching TV.

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Sunday, April 08, 2007

We Find David

Father's account of the first day he and his wife were introduced to the child they were about to adopt from abroad.

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Saturday, April 07, 2007

Google's April Fool Prank

In recent years it has become common for the mainstream news media to produce an April Fools Day hoax story. Of course no matter how outlandish it is, large numbers of people believe the story. Credit for the first April Fools Day hoax more | digg story

Friday, April 06, 2007

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre

According to the Bible, Christ was taken outside Jerusalem to a hill known as Golgotha, or Mt. Calvary as it is referred to now days, and put to death by crucification He was then buried in a nearby burial crypt. Today, the City of Jerusalem has spread far beyond its boundaries at the time of Christ and both Mt. Calvary and the burial crypt in which Christ was laid after being taken from the cross are located well within the confines of the modern city of Jerusalem. In fact a mere decade or so after the more | digg story

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Easter Eggs

Since ancient times, eggs have always been a symbol of life and fertility, with spring as the time when most birds in the wild lay eggs from which, a few weeks later with new little birds hatch. It is no wonder that eggs are closely associated with spring and often played a role in ancient spring festivals. Following the death and resurrection of Christ, early Christians began to link eggs, symbolically, with the resurrection thereby making it an Easter symbol. As Christianity spread, the egg became, in effect, a common link between the ancient pagan religions and the new Christian religion. Pagan traditions associated with more | digg story