Martin Luther, Doctor of the Church and Reformer

    Martin Luther was born in the town of Eisleben, in the duchy of Saxony of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation on November 10, 1483 to Hans and Margarethe Luther. Hans and Margarethe were of peasant stock, but Hans had amassed some income by investing in mining pursuits in the town […]

Thomas Paine

Thomas Paine, Man of Liberty and Deist Philosopher

Thomas Paine, ( 1737- 1809), was born in the town of Thetford, Norfolk, England, the son of a Quaker farmer, Joseph Pain and an Anglican housewife, Frances Cocke. He was something of a drifter in his youth, he joined the Methodist Church and was a preacher himself for awhile, he served as an exciseman, corset- […]

Settlers of Early America and Cultural Preservation

  Early Setters migrated from all over Europe. Diversity is on my mind. The descendants of European settlers in the United States comprise a wonderful diversity of cultures, Christian denominations and regional heritages that should not only be preserved, but celebrated. Of course, the main stock of early Colonial American settlers was from the United […]

A Look At Natural Law In History, Religion And Politics

Po Is Unleashed Again! A Government Based In Natural Law. noun 1. a principle or body of laws considered as derived from nature, right reason, or religion and as ethically binding in human society. (from Dictionary.com). As opposed to positive law? noun 1. customary law or law enacted by governmental authority (as distinguished from natural […]

Po Seeks Corrections of History…Enter Correct History Here

History In The Books Is The History of Crooks. I recall a history teacher I had at Wesleyan. He was also a WWII Colonel who fought along with Patton. It’s amazing how emblazoned the fighting army must be. They live it, breathe it, and die for it. And, when it’s gone, some of them even […]