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The Place of Authority: A Brief History Part 1: Families, Clans and Tribes

For those who despise history, and I know that there are many out there, I will warn you that I am beginning a long engagement with looking back through time at the narrative of where authority has rested at various … Continue reading

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Why the sign of the rose?

The rose was a symbol of the last Great Reformation, which we most often associate with Martin Luther and the posting of the 95 Theses and the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. ┬áIn Luther’s seal the predominant image that gives … Continue reading

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