... There are always family members, friends and colleagues, mentors encountered and authors read, fellow travellers met, ... on. By this means what is individual finds its place in a network, and in a language at once both private and collective, read more...

Faith of Our Fathers May 22, 1927

... that of facing a life which must be marked by no ble achievement. In the years that we have dwelt in these college halls, ... he takes with him, as an impetus to this noble achievement, the faith which has dominated the lives of honorable men read more...

... physics, electronics and other disciplines too numerous to mention had a definite conception of what they are looking for ... have long felt that I should seek the counsel and advice of men of letters who may succumb to evidential phenomena outside read more...

... because I can ’t personally testify to such an environment because I don ’t see that much of you. Nevertheless, I ... written by Erich von Däniken or might have seen the NBC documentaries by Rod Serling in search of ancient mysteries. There read more...

... themselves to outlaw the use of military force as an instrument of national policy. Never again, they solemnly vowed, ... fellow -beings. In the historically brief time between the two world wars, the peoples of the earth had made incredible read more...

... This morning we want to briefly outline some of the requirements of the program and outline some of the requirements of ... itself. We will do an overview of possible sites—and requirements we want to accomplish like location of building. We want read more...

... The Third Great Peril: America’s Agony by John Fetzer Comments by Jacob Needleman America’s Agony Chapter 1 A Mark of ... and his life’s dedication to fulfill a deep spiritual commitment to God and his fellow man is embodied in this essay. I met read more...

... Author: John E. Fetzer Category: Books about John The Men from Wengen and America’s Agony The Wenger-Winger-Wanger ... Hoenie, Keeler, Lawrence, Limes, Marker, McGrew, McKee, Mendenhall, Passwater, Pierstorff, Pyle, Ribble, Robinson, read more...

... to the United States early in the 19th Century. Acknowledgements The author has drawn upon so many sources for this book ... REVEREND HEINRICH WERNER, Lutheran Minister in Retirement, Denkendorf, Wurttemberg, Germany, who rendered yeoman read more...

... if that was so he could discuss it with you, because he lamented often to people that he wished that he could talk to ... used it for a while in my own practice. I think the requirement was 20 minutes a day, 20 minutes morning and night of read more...

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