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Menstru Heat Review – 100% Natural 12+hrs Heat Patch For Menstrual Cramps & Backache

A little backstory! About 8 years ago I fell into a ditch (don’t ask!) , this resulted in a back injury I will probably have for life. A month ago I was in a car accident that opened old wounds so to say. With all this backache drama, I am always o...
by Small N' Hot on Apr 21, 2016

Revelation and Empire

Despite the fact the book of Revelation is usually mined for what it has to say about future events, it is not a “roadmap for the future.” It is, rather, an exhortation written to very real churches to encourage them to live a different kind of l...
by Reading Acts on Apr 6, 2016

Massey’s Cove

Sometimes I feel sorry for the so-called “Old Planters”, the very first European settlers of Salem (which they called Naumkeag), who arrived in 1626 from the failed colony further north on Cape Ann. They are a rather overlooked lot. For t...
by streets of salem on Apr 6, 2016

Revelation and Empire

Despite the fact the book of Revelation is usually mined for what it has to say about future events, it is not a “roadmap for the future.” It is, rather, an exhortation written to very real churches to encourage them to live a different kind of l...
by Reading Acts on Apr 6, 2016

Can We Read Revelation Literally?

Because of its unusual character, Revelation has been approached from a number of interpretive principles, some of which raise serious questions concerning its value as divine authoritative revelation. All of the methods used by evangelicals today ...
by Reading Acts on Apr 2, 2016

Should We Read Revelation Literally?

How is it even possible to approach the book of Revelation a literal hermeneutic? The presence of such bizarre symbolic language seems to preclude the possibility of reading the book literally. The presence of highly figurative language does not prec...
by Reading Acts on Apr 2, 2016

Can We Read Revelation Literally?

Because of its unusual character, Revelation has been approached from a number of interpretive principles, some of which raise serious questions concerning its value as divine authoritative revelation. All of the methods used by evangelicals today ...
by Reading Acts on Apr 2, 2016

Should We Read Revelation Literally?

How is it even possible to approach the book of Revelation a literal hermeneutic? The presence of such bizarre symbolic language seems to preclude the possibility of reading the book literally. The presence of highly figurative language does not prec...
by Reading Acts on Apr 2, 2016

Escape to Another Time : 3 Period Films to Watch

 A Period movie is a name given to films set in any historical time.Sometimes the stories are true, sometimes vampires emerge from the darkness. I have always loved period movies and being a Classics major, there is something about a Victorian ball...
by Box Office Buz on Mar 23, 2016

Ladies! Don’t Do This When You Have Period, It Can Be Dangerous For Your Health

What you should not do when you have menstrual period! There are some things you should not do during your period. Amid this time of the month, some of the The post Ladies! Don’t Do This When You Have Period, It Can Be Dangerous For Your Health ap...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Mar 2, 2016

The Varieties of Electronic Faucets You Can Choose to Renovate Your Bathroom or Kitchen

If you have decided to renovate your bathroom or kitchen by installing electronic faucets, there are many high-tech varieties to choose from. You may want touch-less electronic faucets that turns on the water using infrared sensors that detect moveme...
by Home Design Ideas on Feb 23, 2016

The Public Charmer is on the Move - Secretive, Argumentative, Angry Men

After the honeymoon period and more repeated patterns of abuse, I knew that my abuser was not going to try to win me any longer through niceties, because he knew I was on to his game, so he started... So you are in a relationship with someone who is...

Brooklyn: Movie Review

Would it be ironic if we said that what we raved about "Brooklyn" is not its love story but the other deeper relationships our immigrant protagonist encounters? It is what it is but "Brooklyn" works not because it delves into a love triangle of sorts...
by Reel Advice on Jan 27, 2016

Does BJ’s Wholesale Club Offer a Day for Nonmembers?

Oftentimes, people ask themselves whether or not the club membership is worth it. Many people are members of places like BJ’s so that they can save money, but are you really saving money if you have to pay a membership fee? There are a lot of q...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jan 19, 2016

ODD EVEN : Honeymoon period is Over : Traffic Jam again, on the roads !

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by RWA Bhagidari blog on Jan 16, 2016

Anabolic Nutrition

The first half an hour after completing the bodybuilding session is vital to stimulate the muscular recovery. This period is called anabolic period, and the success of this period is given by the anabolic nutrition. Training should not exceed 60-70 m...
by Muscle Bodybuilder on Jan 14, 2016

Rakugeikan Medical Museum

郡上八幡楽藝館The Rakugeikan Medical Museum was formerly the main hospital in Gujo Hachiman and opened as such in 1904. Now it is a museum with displays of rather gruesome medical instruments, an old X-ray machine, beds, doctors' white coats,...
by Japan Visitor on Dec 20, 2015

Uduak Ubak’s Blog: 10 Sure Ways to Stay Healthy and Avoid Extra Weight During The Holiday Period

It’s that time of the year again –  parties, parties, and more parties… and of course with parties come food, lots of mouth-watering dishes, enough to break your ‘healthy living’ resolve. To stay healthy and avoid the e...
by Konnect Africa on Dec 5, 2015

Paul and Apocalyptic: Two Ages?

Apocalyptic thinking often divides history into various periods. Daniel’s outline of history as four coming kingdoms is one example, but there are others in apocalyptic literature. Perhaps the most common way for apocalyptic thinking to divide hist...
by Reading Acts on Dec 4, 2015

Paul and Apocalyptic

In Thinking Through Paul, Bruce Longenecker and Todd Still examine J. C. Beker’s suggestion that Paul’s thinking is “the apocalyptic interpretation of the Christ event” (TTP 302). It has become fashionable to describe Paul’s theology as “...
by Reading Acts on Dec 3, 2015


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