April 18, 1930: BBC Radio announces there is no news. That’ll never happen in this day of 24 hour news networks.
Not terribly well-known in modern evangelical circles, the belief that Christ after His death went to the land of the dead and freed the righteous dead and/or announced His victory over […]
Courtesy of Logos5′s new Timeline feature, significant events around this quarter’s curriculum in Lifeway’s Explore the Bible series
Enlarge and behold just some of the events around the Nativity, courtesy of Logos 5‘s Timeline feature:
Cicero, witch hunts, Columbus, Frederick the Great, John Quincy Adams, Jefferson Davis, Albert Einstein and Prohibition today. Imagine what you’re missing out on, every day?
“No man resolved to make the most of himself can spare time for personal contention. Yield larger things to which you can show no more than equal right; and yield […]
The books on the Hundred Years War, Jonathan Sumption’s uncompleted history of the long series of wars between England and France are perfect reading for medieval fans with stanima (large […]
A deeply researched book on Henry V’s 1415 campaign, it caused big controversy because it states that the numbers at Agincourt were much closer than traditionally thought and that there […]
…is the same as every Black Friday for years: PLEASE CAN WE NOT KILL ANYONE OVER SOME STUPID TOY?
From The Medieval World at War: From Battles of the Medieval World From The Great Warbow, a map and three plans of the possible arrangement of the English archers: