Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The Teacher Of A President

“Class, I’m Josephine Bracken Rizal-Abad, your teacher in English starting today. Together, we will be learning the language used by all the nations under the British Empire, and by the United States of America,” Josephine told her pupils in Cebu City on the first day of class.
She had seven students in her class. All of the students were scions of businessmen, government officials, and private professionals.
Josephine didn’t introduce herself as the widow of Doctor Jose “Rizal” Mercado, the Filipino ophthalmologist who was executed by an eight-member Spanish colonial army in Bagumbayan Field at 7:03 in the morning of December 30, 1896.

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Sunday, April 23, 2017

A House Divided

“Menachem Begin, the leader of the Irgun militia and who is currently the chairman of the Herut party, an opposition political party in Israel, has called on all Jews worldwide to help the government of Prime Minister David Ben Gurion in the construction of houses in resettlement areas for the new Jewish immigrants coming mostly from the European nations. Mr. Begin said that the current resources of the government under Prime Minister Ben Gurion are hardly sufficient to meet the needs of more than one million new Jewish immigrants. The former leader of the Irgun, who said that he reads the Bible, claims that the current migration of the Jews to their ancient homeland is the start of the fulfillment of the Biblical prophecy that Jews from all over the world will return to their restored ancient homeland in the last days as prophesied by Isaiah, David, Ezekiel, Zechariah, and other prophets of ancient Israel...

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Monday, April 17, 2017

From This Day Forward

The parents of Gregoria came all the way from San Joaquin, Iloilo to attend her graduation from the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) School of Nursing. They rode a kalesa from San Joaquin to Iloilo City, and sailed to Manila via the ship M.V. Maynilad. It was an overnight trip. They stayed in the house of their relatives in Manila and waited for the day when their daughter Gregoria would graduate from the University of the Philippines, the only state university during the American colonial era in the country.
Gregoria Serra was a state scholar.
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Sunday, April 9, 2017

The Day The Sun Stopped Shining

Dismas, one of the thieves who was crucified on the right side of Jesus, recognized Annas. He met him three years ago. Annas asked for a huge sum of money from Dismas’ mother Deborah so that he could ask the Roman prison authority in Jerusalem to release Dismas’ father.

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Thursday, April 6, 2017

The Disgrace Of The Roman Empire

As the military governor of Rome in Judea and Samaria, Pontius Pilate was under the Roman prefect of Syria. If there were rebellions in Judea and Samaria, the procurator could seek the assistance of the Syrian prefect to quell the rebellions. Rome saw to it that any colony which rebelled against its authority was quickly and severely dealt with.

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