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We took Nigerian Bishop Jwan Zhumbes to New York City to appear on The Eric Metaxas Show. He enjoyed himself. More importantly, his message of persecution is one that needs to be heard. Watch the Video Now Share this article! Larry Alex Taunton is an author, cultural commentator, and freelance Read More…
In 1955, Nobel laureate John Steinbeck wrote a hilarious letter to Marilyn Monroe requesting an autographed photo of the starlet preferably “in a pensive, girlish mood.” But the photo, he assured her, wasn’t for him. It was for his nephew. Yeah. Sure it was. Read the full story at openculture.com Read More…
In 1967, the botched circumcision of an anonymous baby boy led to a horrifying 12-year effort to turn a boy into a girl. Known as the “John/Joan Case,” the experiment was presented everywhere as a smashing success and proof that sexual orientation was a product of nurture, not nature. Read more…