"We learn from them both [Socrates and Plato] to question everything, which leads to Plato's seminole work, The Republic."
"One group of Jews, called Dead Sea Squalls, withdrew from political life and formed into a non-Jewish community."
"Around this time Christians gathered and carpenters were a religious occupation since Jesus was a carpenter and a teacher. Jesus was connected to the bible."
"The distance traveled overland [by Forty-niners] was more than twenty thousand miles, while the trip by sea spanned almost double the distance." [Apparently, these would-be Argonauts made one or two laps around the Earth before stopping at the California gold fields!]
"...ninety-eight percent of all North American bison are propagated under captive management programs, most often with food and fiber outcomes."
"Placer mining consisted of using bowels to wash the dirt… in attempts to extract the gold."
Unlike the Koran, in Genesis God is believed to be a Trinity. He is believed to be three people. God was known as the Father (God), the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit (that who lives in the believer's heart).
"The Huns had pushed the Visigoths down the steps into Roman territory." [Who knew the Huns lived on the top floor?]
Question: St. Anthony is often considered the first Christian monk. Why did he retreat to the desert? Answer: To live an aesthetic life.
Re the Hebrew prophets: "Their religion was Christianity [?!] and their God was Jewish."