Sir Charles and His Journey to Discover a Palsy – Part 1: The Family

Well known for his industry, determination and eloquence John Bell (1676-1708), was a Presbyterian minister who presided over the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland upon the death of William III (1650-1702).   His son, William Bell (1704-1779), left the Presbyterians and became quite well known in the Scottish Episcopal Church at a time when it was under…

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The Effect of Meniere’s Disease on the Protestant Reformation

  Martin Luther is best known as the Father of Protestantism, as he was the first to famously break away from the Catholic Church. A simple German monk of peasant background, Luther had as much influence in shaping our modern world as almost anyone who has ever lived. He was a puzzling, yet determined man of…

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