The Mysteries of the Teacher

The Mysteries of the Teacher

The Mysteries of the Teacher Mysteries Mysteries : Ten hours into my first trip to Russia I catch an express train back to the airport. It’s August in Moscow so I’m sweating in a particularly gross and unfamiliar way, as I have since my arrival, and I’m running late. If I miss my flight, I probably won’t make it to Petropavlovka in time for the Holiday of Good Fruits, or speak with a Siberian man who looks like Jesus and believes his is the Word of God. I buy a…

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The buggy reboot by joey ruiter

the buggy reboot by joey ruiter

The buggy reboot by joey ruiter by unleashing his design philosophy on the automobile – particularly the notion of a city car – grand rapids-based designer joey ruiter has developed a back-to-the-basics all-wheel drive vehicle in a project entitled ‘reboot buggy’. built from scratch, the initiative – which commenced earlier in 2013 – investigates what a car would be like without a ‘user-centered’ philosophy: ‘the fluff, the marketing, the gadgets, the nicknacks, and the do-dads are overwhelming’ says ruiter. ‘its basically an exercise in creating a capable vehicle with really…

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Pastors views on social issues? Americans not interested

Pastors views on social issues? Americans not interested

Pastors views on social issues? Americans not interested Pastors : Clergy and faith leaders gather outside Arch Street United Methodist Church in Philadelphia in support of Richard Taylor and William Gatewood (at top of stairs in doorway) after their wedding. Photo courtesy of Mike DuBose/United Methodist News Service What do pastors think about social or political issues?Americans don’t particularly want to know.Pastors : Only 8 percent of adults say they are interested in hearing pastors’ views on issues such as same-sex marriage, LGBT rights, abortion, guns, tax policy, climate change, drug policy or religious…

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