Remembering Tokunboh Adeyemo

by Babatomiwa Moses Owojaiye Tokunboh Adeyemo was born into a wealthy family in Nigeria. The eldest son of eight children, his family placed great expectations on him. After a miraculous conversion to Christianity in 1966, he abandoned his partisan political ambition to train for Christian ministry. Tokunboh Adeyemo – Urbana […]

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Osirian Civilization (Images, MEE:Maghie Ghali)

Osirian Civilization (Modern day Mediterranean)

by eCommunicator The Osirian civilization of the Mediterranean predates dynastic Egypt. Ufologists considered this civilization to be highly advanced with ultraterrestrials who made use of air ships similar to the Vimana. History shows the Osirian civilization built huge earthquake-proof megalithic structures and had electricity and other conveniences common during the […]

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World map color-coded to denote religion affiliations of the majority population in each country (WikiCommons 2011)

What Are The World’s Major Religions?

by eCommunicator There are about 4,300 religions of the world. Nearly 75 per cent of the world’s population practices one of the five most influential religions of the world: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. Christianity and Islam are the two religions most widely spread across the world. These two […]

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Macbeth 2020 by the Shakespeare’s Globe

by eCommunicator Three witches tell the Scottish general Macbeth that he will be King of Scotland. Encouraged by his wife, Macbeth kills the king, becomes the new king, and kills more people out of paranoia. Civil war erupts to overthrow Macbeth, resulting in more death. The venue’s 2020 one-act version […]

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The Chosen (2017)

by eCommunicator The Chosen is the first-ever multi-season TV series about the life of Jesus. It also features Jonathan Roumie as Jesus and the disciples played by men who are distinctively Middle Eastern rather than Europeans. Genre: Historical drama Created by: Dallas Jenkins Based on: The life of Jesus Christ […]

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The White House

The ‘Blob’ Strikes Back

by Daniel Larison A recent defense of the foreign policy establishment is no more successful than the policies its authors supported. If America’s adversaries were made of strawmen, the defenders of the foreign policy “Blob” would have a foolproof strategy for defeating them. Unfortunately, a recent defense of the U.S. […]

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Jessye Norman – Amazing Grace

by eCommunicator Jessye Norman – Amazing Grace (Sidney Poitier Tribute) | 1995 Kennedy Center Honors American opera singer and recitalist Jessye Norman delivers a powerful performance of “Amazing Grace” as a tribute to Bahamian-American actor and film director Sidney Poitier. A dramatic soprano, Norman was associated with roles such as […]

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Let The Ground Rest

by eCommunicator Recording artist and songwriter Chris Renzema announces the April 24 release of his sophomore, full-length album and Centricity Music debut, Let The Ground Rest. Chris Renzema – “Let The Ground Rest” (YouTube) Let The Ground Rest Artist: Chris Renzema Genre: AC/Inspo Release Date: April 24, 2020 Licensed to […]

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland Delays Reopening of 2020 Season Until September 8 and Lays Off Majority of Staff

by eCommunicator Nation’s flagship repertory theatre will offer a Fall programming schedule and focus on funding Let’s Play! To learn more, visit: Inspired by Shakespeare’s work and the cultural richness of the United States, Oregon Shakespeare Festival reveal their collective humanity through illuminating interpretations of new and classic plays, […]

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Foothills view of Boise, fall 2013

Boise, Idaho, United States

by eCommunicator Boise, Idaho, has been called the best place for millennials to live in the US. Boise, is the capital and largest city in Idaho, U.S., and the county seat (1864) of Ada county. It lies along the Boise River in the southwestern part of the state. Because mountains […]

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Religious oppression (Cartoonist Eideard)

In Defense of ‘Common Good Constitutionalism’

by Jonathan Culbreath Professor at Harvard Law School, Adrian Vermeule, argued in favor of theocracy. On March 31, The Atlantic published an important essay by Adrian Vermeule, a Catholic professor of constitutional law at Harvard University, entitled “Beyond Originalism,” igniting a firestorm of controversy within the internet world of legal […]

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A girls makes a drawing reading "Everything is going to be alright", as part of school homework on the COVID-19 coronavirus on March 12, 2020 in Manta, near Cuneo, Northwestern Italy. (Images Marco Bertorello/AFP/GETTY Images)

Creative Ways to Work With Your Kids in the Age of Coronavirus

by eCommunicator As the new coronavirus, COVID-19, spreads throughout the world, kids are home now for a while. It’s your job as parents/guardians to keep your kids priorities and their daily activities as busy and fun as possible with or without their devices. During the weekday, it’s best to stick […]

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