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Daily Archives: 4 July 2018
One of the most recognizable American composers putting his mark on one of the Americas’ most recognizable cultures here. A summary from the wiki: The work contains three musical styles and goes through the series of three twice, starting each … Continue reading
Some opposition to Christians is physical and direct. Sometimes critics target believers with the modern indulgence for the spoken or written word. As with other forms of persecution, sometimes the Christian is her or his own worst enemy because of … Continue reading