Profound Secrets of Jesus and His Inner Circle will bring to light paradigm-altering facts surrounding Christ's arrest, crucifixion, and resurrection. This book provides an in-depth understanding of the substantial roles played by women in the fulfillment of Christ's mission here on earth. These pages reveal that just as God used a woman, the Virgin Mary, to birth Jesus, God likewise used a woman, Mary Magdalene, to resurrect him.
The book uses information discovered outside of the Bible to establish that miracles performed by Jesus actually happened. Ancient documents reveal these miracles, including at least one involving the raising of the dead, was promptly investigated and, in some cases, witnessed by the religious elite responsible for putting Jesus on trial.
The secret of the Apostle Paul's preconversion contact with Jesus will also be thoroughly examined. Other areas explored include a revealing look at how Christianity was founded by a woman and not any of the male disciples of Jesus. The book will look at James, the brother of Jesus, and his plot to kill the Apostle Paul.
Our constitution and laws encourage the freest possible exchange of opinions, ideas, and information. In part, that recognizes our worth and dignity as human beings. To forbid us to speak our minds demeans us and makes us more like slaves or robots than citizens of a free country. But as important as freedom of expression is for us as individuals, it is perhaps more important to society at large.
Voters' Rights & Protection, Vote By Mail Taskforce
Meeting # 3,627 - Rose Colacino, Statewide Co-Coordinator
Human and American needs and how they relate to our country as we approach our 250th birthday as a nation: what values as a nation do we want for the future world situation?
Meeting # 3,623 - C. Jenny Walbridge
Speaker states that: “For the July talk, I would like to read some old hymns to amuse and inspire us, then discuss three suggested patriotic teacher questions from the National Endowment for the Humanities for our 250th birthday. I will read a few poems: my great-grandfather wrote a “Poem to Old Glory” in 1941 which inspired me to craft a new American flag poem along with a “Poem to New Glory,” a poem to a world flag. We can ponder my use of American values applied to the future world situation. I would like to use these poems for the 2024 Artemis moon landing, with the first woman on the moon—who hopefully will replace the American flag up there now with a world flag!"
Three Questions for the Nation
National Endowment for the Humanities on USA’s 250-year Anniversary
“Q: What does it mean for a union to be made ‘more perfect’?”
“Q: What roles do the humanities play in fostering ‘a more perfect union’?”
“Q: What are the roles and responsibilities of citizens and government in a democratic society?”
talks about one way to adopt a low-consumption lifestyle
She states that: “I have compiled a cheat sheet for cheapskates. Tightwads can use online forums to get free goods, haircuts, movies etc. Saving money sometimes requires a substantial time commitment. Receive free things while keeping goods out of landfills, helping trainees practice and enjoying Chicago's public goods.”
Picking the "better" of two evils:
the ethical downfall of American political identity
We come from different backgrounds and walks of life, we have different stories, but we are united in the belief that we can achieve more when we stand together. The name Indivisible is rooted in this idea – that our power lies in showing up together, the notion that if we stand together, we won’t fall.