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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Christopher Columbus Brought More than Riches from America – Part I

The late 1400s was a time of emerging western imperialism and economic competition among the various European Kingdoms.  At the time, these kingdoms were seeking trade routes to the to the Orient and colonizing various parts of the globe, while constantly worrying about sailing off the edge of the flat world.  Christopher  (Colon) or Columbus, as…

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