history

Nearly to my surprise, the time has finally arrived. I’m now, as I lightheartedly define it, a Magna Cum Laude History Bachelorette of Science.  “Troy University – This certifies that The Board of Trustees of Troy University upon Recommendation of the Faculty Has Conferred on

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Last year, I introduced my original idea for Luke Historians. But after an exciting year of expansive writing opportunities, I decided to modify the LH mission with the huge goal of eventually becoming a publishing and media company that explores the intersection of ideas. While

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Some readers of Sincerely Amanda might remember the satirical literary lashing I gave to third-party candidates, their supporters and any who refused to vote in the 2008 Presidential Election.  Well, I called it like I saw it regarding any who turned their noses up at

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Pam & Tim Tebow (AP Photo) So let’em tell it! Liberal women’s groups et al are offended at the prospects of a Super Bowl ad featuring Tim Tebow and his mother, Pam.  The reason?  Because it is “likely to convey an anti-abortion message.”  In our

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3000-2000 B.C. – Job exclaims how badly he wants his words written in a book – with an iron stylus and lead, to be specific (Job19:23). 1600-1400 B.C. – The Book of the Wars of the LORD is referenced (Numbers 21:14). 1525-1405 B.C. – Moses

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I wonder what Thomas Jefferson would think about college students having to read his rough-draft of the Declaration of Independence.  First drafts are rather embarrassing, you know.  Since I am tired of “Fact Checking Muslim Demographics” being my front-page post and yet have not had

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Here is my first video introduction to the Luke Historians project.  I would like to do more in depth videos some day, but decided to keep this one brief and to the point.  I wasn’t reading off of notes or a teleprompter…and the quality of

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I would like to take a moment to share with you some website projects I am preparing to launch. By the way, my blog is currently in the process of being moved to a different hosting server, so there’s a chance it could be down

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I finally heard from my manager on Thursday. Four script readers provided critiquing (called “coverage”) of The Crusading Chemist and explained how it needs to be revised before they can represent it. I confirmed the contract, which states that they will receive a 15% commission

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A significant part of story telling is retelling true stories.  From news articles and headlines to ballads and epics, the tone of conveying history is vast from generation to generation. Webster’s New World 3rd College Edition drama: greek roots/1. a literary composition that tells a

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