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Contributing WriterEons ago, long before the birth of Christ, there were people in Egypt who were the benefactors of God’s grace. They kept asking for an identity. Who is this individual who instructs us to worship Him? Finally, perhaps aggravated, God told his...
Contributing WriterAbraham climbed Mount Moriah to offer his son as a sacrifice in obedience to God’s command. Isaac spoke to Abraham his father and said, "My father!" And he said, "Here I am, my son." Then he said, "Look, the fire and the wood, but where is the...
Contributing WriterAfter 400 years of bondage and slavery in Egypt, Moses, a child saved from execution by the then Pharaoh’s command to kill all the Hebrew babies and after being chosen by God to lead the embittered Israelites to His promised land, led them out as...
Tags: Slavery, Judaism, Religion and Belief
Contributing columnistAfter reading the first chapters of the Biblical book of Genesis, that establish the creation of the universe, the story of how God relates to His chosen people and later, all others, unfolds. Abraham is the foundation figure and God promises that he...
Tags: Slavery, Entertainment, Israel, Music, Genesis (music group)
Cardiovascular screening offered Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center will offer free cardiovascular risk health screenings for adults ages 18 and older 8-10 a.m. Feb. 22 at the Boyle County Extension Service office, 99 Corporate Drive. Cost to...
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Morgan Smith never lost hope that she’d be able to return to Egypt after being evacuated during heavy protests in February. So her bags were already packed when the Fulbright Commission gave her the OK to return to Alexandria this week. “I...
It was three short months ago in this column wherein you read that shortsighted dimwits in Washington were working themselves up into a lather to reduce the Department of Defense budget by cutting deeply into the expeditionary warfighting capability of...
To the editor: No doubt this past week will go down as a pivotal moment in Egyptian and, perhaps, world history. As long-time strongman Hosni Mubarak relinquished presidential power in Egypt, millions cheered. Yet what this means for religious...
Tags: Human Interest, Alabama, Elections, Hosni Mubarak, Islam
A small group, using the latest technology, excites fellow citizens with the concepts and possibilities of freedom after years of battling a repressive regime. As the protests grow more visible and vocal, armed representatives of the current regime try to...
Although she’d only been in Egypt for five months, Morgan Smith knew about Police Day, a two-year-old national holiday celebrated on Jan. 25. She understood the day honored policemen who resisted British demands in 1952. But she also realized...
email@example.comWhile many Americans in Egypt are desperate to escape the political turmoil, recent Centre College graduate Morgan Smith is praying she’ll return there soon. “It is very difficult for me to think about leaving right now or to reflect on this...
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