When Southern Had to Choose
An article at SaidatSouthern discusses the years when Southern had to choose between the gospel and feminism.
Mark Noll reviews a book whose author writes about “The Bible and Canadian Meaning, 1860-1900.” “The Dominion of Canada, which was established in 1867, took its name from Psalm 72:8: This ascription came after the Fathers of Confederation decided not to call Canada a “Kingdom” for fear of offending the triumphant republicanism of the victorious Union armies.”
There’s no real value in reading this story except to laugh at some filthy, filthy justice. In case you didn’t know, “It turns out a construction site portable toilet wasn’t the best place to hide from two men who think you tried to break into their truck.”
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