Dateline: Philadelphia, 2 June 1701. Rains hit the town hard, and things got washed away, particularly in one street. How would William Penn, who was in town, handle the “scandal”?
Historical pedigree tables tell the story. Other monarchs or members of the royal families of Europe who descend from Queen Victoria can also find their place in the following tables. Don’t miss these tables!
In the book of Acts, they dropped dead. Why? To understand what happened, it is important to keep the Old Sinai Covenant and the New Covenant separate.
Dateline: Philadelphia, 1709. In 1701, the Council set up a small-scale ‘pony express’ in case the French land on their shores. In 1709 it happened. They didn’t ride a horse, but rowed a boat with the message. Why a boat?
On 28 Apr 1603 her body was put in a coffin and was taken to Westminster Abbey on an open chariot drawn by four horses hung with black velvet. Her coffin was covered in purple velvet, firmly sealed. This is the final post on the Tudors. Continue reading
Dateline: Philadelphia, 2 and 26 June 1701. A special emergency ‘pony express’ was set up in case the French, setting sail from Spanish West Indies, might attack the mid-Atlantic colonies. A French privateer did land in 1709.
Dateline: Philadelphia, 21 May 1701. Gov. Penn, who was a skeptical Quaker about the supernatural elements in Christianity, hears a strange tale.
Sorry, but it has to be asked. Did she really remain the ‘Virgin’ Queen? Discussion of the men in her life. Specialist historians weigh in.
Dateline: Philadelphia, 1700. What she do? Marry her “rapist”? Did she love him and claim rape to marry him? Or did she want to save his life by marriage to him?
I taught world religions for a number of years. I learned that even though many people never got the chance to hear the gospel, they still lived impressively moral lives. What happens to them at judgment?