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Good Manners

It is assumed that equality means all men being equally uncivil, whereas it obviously ought to mean all men being equally civil. Such people have forgotten the very meaning derivation of the word civility, if they do not see that to be uncivil is to be uncivic. . . Now for this particular moral and […]

Pardon Me?

I’m sure that when Congregationalist John Harvard founded the school in 1636 that still bears his name, and Puritan minister John Eliot was busy converting and civilizing Massachusetts Indians, they were not anticipating the recent article in the Harvard Theological Review by Roy Bowen Ward. According to Ward, first century Christians had no hang-ups on […]