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When the United States Capitol Was a Church

So deep and strong was the connection of government to the Christian faith in early America that the relationship was recognized in a variety of ways. Few realize that the United States Capitol was used as a church for years before it was used to convene the United...

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Christian Living in October

Christian Living in October

263 Christian Living (Articles) | 263.968310 October | 263.968310 October Articles

The month of October is the tenth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars and one of seven months, each with a length of 31 days. In the evolution of the calendar, October was the eighth in the old Roman Calendar, but when Julius Caesar introduced the Julian Calendar[1] two months were inserted at the beginning of the Read more…

Christian Living in November

Christian Living in November

263 Christian Living (Articles) | 263.968311 November | Calendar

The calendar used in the West is a result of extended evolution. For the most part, the Western calendar is the result of the influence of the Greeks and the Romans who followed them. The month of January has been named after Janus, a Roman god, who is depicted in statues as having two faces, to see what has been and what will be. Fe Read more…