My Fellow Christians; Once Saved Always Saved?

Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) I am going to clear this up right now, regardless of what you have heard and regardless of what you want to believe. I find that most people who believe you can lose your salvation (1) do not overstand the difference between religion and relationship, (2) do not overstand what your salvation is based on, (3) want to proof text by taking one scripture and trying to support what they want to believe or what they think should happen, (4) have…

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American Founders: A New Book on the African Diaspora and New World Freedom

The author of American Founders: How People of African Descent Established Freedom in the New World is Christina Proenza-Coles. She has been a lifelong student of American culture and history in Miami, New York, Havana, and Charlottesville. She holds a dual doctorate in sociology and history from the New School for Social Research in New York City. She completed a BA in Psychology from Swarthmore College. From 2014 to 2011, she was an assistant professor of the Atlantic World/African Diaspora at Virginia State University. Christina’s ancestors include Daughters of the American Revolution, Portuguese conversos, Cuban…

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Fox News Host Laura Ingraham’s Gonna Learn Today: Don’t Come for Chrissy Teigen Unless You Want That Smoke

Chrissy TeigenPhoto: Getty Don’t come for Chrissy Teigen unless you’re called. Fox News host Laura Ingraham is the latest to be treated to that lesson after Teigen hit Ingraham Thursday with the F-bomb and the white supremacist label after Ingraham decided to mock Time magazine’s placement of Teigen on its 100 “most influential people” list. Advertisement On her Ingraham Angle show Wednesday, Ingraham questioned what she called Time’s “curious choices.” As USA Today explained: Ingraham also brought up Teigen, who Time listed among its pioneers. The host highlighted a portion…

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Can NCAA college and university leadership be trusted to get mental health programs right for athletes?

You are here: Home / Health / Can NCAA college and university leadership be trusted to get mental health programs right for athletes? Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) Discussion and evaluation of mental health has become more and more mainstream in today’s society. There are numerous avenues that have focused on mental health in real life and in sports including articles, podcasts, and television shows. In athletics, there is a constant focus on the speed, agility, strength, and physical abilities of the athletes while sports clichés…

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South Africa: Discipline Cost Junior Boks Against Argentina

Cape Town — Junior Springbok coach Chean Roux attributed his team’s 34-33 defeat against Argentina in the U20 International Series at Paul Roos Gymnasium on Wednesday to ill-discipline and said they will continue to learn as the season progresses. Both sides scored five tries in the match, with Junior Springbok winger Marnus Potgieter earning a hat-trick for his side, but a penalty goal by Argentinean flyhalf Nicolas Roger nudged them through for the one-point win. “It was a tough game, and we produced a substandard performance,” said Roux. “But it…

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PRESS ROOM: New Analysis Finds Leading State-Based Marketplaces Have Performed Well

“The lesson is striking: Consumers are the big winners when marketplaces use all the tools of the Affordable Care Act,” said Covered California Executive Director Peter V. Lee. “The policies underway in these three states are easily transferable, and if applied to the federal marketplace, taxpayers would save billions of dollars in subsidies, and middle-class Americans would benefit from much lower premiums.” WASHINGTON D.C. — A new report highlights the benefits of state-based exchanges, particularly in the areas of controlling premium costs and attracting new enrollment. The report, which was…

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Those other tragic church fires.

I  previously asked this question on Twitter, because it’s something that was really puzzling to me: Why were Americans so distraught over the fire that consumed the Notre Dame Cathedral? I actually saw people in tears as they watched the fire destroy some of the historic structure. Now I get it, the building has a lot of historical significance, it’s Holy Week, and it is a great landmark in a beautiful city. But does that justify our collective grief and shock after watching the structure burn in real time? I guess…

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Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY to Open Independent Movie Theater, Offer Grants For Film Festivals

Ava Duvernay (photo via commons.wikipedia.org) According to Tambay Obenson‘s article on indiewire.com, filmmaker Ava DuVernay‘s distribution company ARRAY is building a state-of-the-art, 50-set movie theater, which will be able to screen independent movies as well as be available for rental. To quote the article: “Located west of downtown Los Angeles — a part of the city that doesn’t house many media moguls — it’s also the area’s only independent theater. And it comes at a time when exhibitors are apoplectic over the impact of Netflix and other major streaming companies.…

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Nigeria: Nigerians React to U.S. Embassy Post On Visa Denial

Reactions have continued to trail the United States Embassy in Nigeria’s statement that the embassy Visa Officers, contrary to popular beliefs, ‘do not enjoy denying anyone visa. The Embassy made this known on a Facebook post on Monday saying ‘Contrary to popular opinion, Visa Officers do not enjoy handing anyone the 214b refusal letter. Proof: Visa Officers will be live on Facebook to talk about some of the commonly misunderstood questions on the DS 160 and help you improve your next application. Join us on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at…

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Movie Review; Best of Enemies.

You are here: Home / Ent. / Movie Review; Best of Enemies. Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) There have been several films released the last two years focusing on 1950-70’s era Black-White relationships, The Green Bookwon an Oscar in 2018; that film was a reverse of the 1989 film, Driving Miss Daisy but in my opinion was a very well acted film. Now comes Best of Enemies which like The Green Book is based upon real life people, events and relationships. In this case the film is…

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