Monday, February 27, 2017

Tag: Religion

The Chinese Story of Creation (It’s Closer to Christianity than You...

I am currently enrolled in a class, at The University of Memphis, HIST 3290: Traditional East Asia. There is nothing more scary to me...

The Great Commoner: The Legacy of William Jennings Bryan and the...

In the early 1900s, before radio and swimming pools, the arrival of the Chautauqua circuit in small-town America was as much a part of...

The History of Medieval Toilets and Plumbing

The History of Medieval Toilets and Plumbing (Guest Post) Modern indoor plumbing was invented in the 1800s and wasn’t widely used until the 1920s. It...

Anne Bradstreet – America’s First Feminist?

In reading Anne Bradstreet’s “The Prologue,” I sense what might be America’s first feminist publication. This poem, printed in 1650, contains overtones of anti-Puritan...

America of William Bradford or Thomas Morton?

I do not usually do opinion pieces, however, the following was a question asked that I thought worth answering. Does American culture exhibit more of...

The New Religions of the 20th Century

The New Religions of the 20th Century (Guest Post) The 20th century is a remarkable time in history. It was a time of sweeping and radical...