Dateline, Sussex County and Philadelphia: 1704. This happened rarely, but here is a sad but true case.
Yes, he’s flawed, but it’s a question that has to be asked. What are some answers?
I used to be a NeverTrumper until I stopped my condescension towards his raw personality and obsession with his tweets. Read why Evangelicals support Trump on the issues.
Dateline: 1704: A brawl broke out in the streets of Philadelphia on the night of 1 Nov 1704. Here is the account from the Minutes of the Provincial Council. Where’s the City of Brotherly Love?
Dateline: Philadelphia, 1704. Many French Protestants sought refuge from France’s King Louis XIV’s persecution of them. This French cook was probably one of them, or was he a spy?
Dateline: Philadelphia, 29 and 31 January 1704: Uh-oh. Andrew Bankson, a justice of the peace, finalized a wedding against the parents’ wishes. What’s to be done with the happy couple, Thomas Murray and Rebecca Richardson?
I go to Hillsong LA. And I see a battle being waged for the soul of Hillsong Channel. Is the Hillsong Movement drifting leftward? Do the leaders recognize it?
Dateline: Philadelphia, 28 Oct 1701: Penn offers this new charter. What about religious liberty in the first article? How should the government be organized? Great primary source for teachers and students.
Dateline: Philadelphia, 28 Oct 1701: William Penn, Proprietor and Governor of Pennsylvania and territories, says that men are happiest when they can follow their conscience, particularly liberty of religion. Except ….
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”?