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In recognition of Bastille Day, Matthew, in this special Monday episode, discusses the book that caused the French Revolution: "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" (The Dangerous Liaisons), written by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos. The book -- perhaps unintentionally -- set off pious sentiment against the Ancien Regime, and its influence carries on today.
This radio program we discuss martyrs,their effects upon the area where they are and fellow servants that come soon after.
Act 22:17 And it came to pass, that, when I was come again to Jerusalem, even while I prayed in the temple, I was in a trance; Acts22:20 And when the blood of thy martyr Stephen was shed, I also was standing by, and consenting unto his death, and kept the raiment of them that slew him.
Under Roman rule, Lutetia was thoroughly Romanised with a population estimated at around 8,000 people. It was Christianised in the 3rd century, traditionally when St Denis became the city's first bishop. The process was not entirely peaceful – in about 250 St Denis and two companions were arrested and decapitated on the hill of Mons Mercurius, where Roman foundations have been found, thereafter known as Mons Martyrum (Martyrs' Hill, or Montmartre).
Lutetia was renamed Paris in 360, taking its name from the Gallic Parisii tribe name.
This is the 3rd episode of Impotent French Fries hour. More special guests. Band members will join us as well. We will also be doing an acoustic song or 2 for yall as well. More NEWS with Jesster. And yes even more Comedy. SO tune in and pull ya pants down and get ready.
Ok here it is folks. The 4th episode of the Impotent French Fries hour. We gonna have some new comedy and special guests. Maybe a song or 2. Please feel free to call in. and have a listen and be a guest yourself. We will have NEWS with Jesster, Padge's Point. "Madd" Mike Payne's This is why i'm mad, and many more. So please join us.
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This month, The Clarkie-Connection turns its focus on to several topics that may seem disparate but, actually, are not so dissimilar or unrelated. We'll begin with an historical perspective, taking a brief look at the famed "Niagara Falls Conference" of 1905 and how that led to the formation of the NAACP, before moving on to the adoption of the 14th amendment and how it addressed citizenship rights and equal protection of the laws. This will lead, directly, into a discussion of The Hobby Lobby case - currently in the news and, more specifically, the Supreme Court - and how that is shaping the national debate on religious freedom in America. We'll then pick up where we left off last month in our ongoing discussion of The State of Education in America by looking at the staggering reductions in matriculations of minority students within NYC's three specialized schools. Thirdly, we'll be shining a spotlight on how resiliency through racial/cultural identity, particularly for African-American youth, can positively impact academic achievement and success. Join us for a complex series of topical issues and see how we deftly interweave them over the course of the hour! Don't Miss This One! ~
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