Monthly Archives: November 2015

Secular Mann, free!!

  Secular Mann, a collection of essays by Perry Mann of Hinton, West Virginia, is yours free!! Just send $3 for postage to me, Julian Martin, 1525 Hampton Road, Charleston, WV 25314 Introduction to Secular Mann by Julian Martin “I am … Continue reading

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Origins of the New Testament

A presentation by Matt Deming to the Unitarian-Universalists Congregation of Charleston, West Virginia on November 22, 2015 Origins of the New Testament In this talk, when I say “The Church”, or “The Early Church” it means the Roman Catholic Church … Continue reading

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Perry Mann’s Thanksgiving Essay

After reading this you may want some of his other essays. For $3 postage I will send you Mann and Nature. You may order Secular Mann from amazon or buy it at Taylor Books in Charleston, WV or send me … Continue reading

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The War on Thanksgiving

The war on christmas was evident in stores today–constant christmas songs and it is almost two weeks before Thanksgiving–maybe it is a war on Thanksgiving. I pity the people working in that constant barrage of Christmas songs.

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A String of Vietnamese Ears

Still day one after Veteran’s Day Several years ago the Lincoln Journal (Lincoln County, West Virginia) interviewed a veteran who told of seeing Vietnamese prisoners pushed out of helicopters at two thousand feet if they wouldn’t talk. My son’s classmate … Continue reading

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Jimmy Quits the Army

The day after Veterans Day. This is a true story except Jimmy is not his name. Jimmy looked through the door at me, waiting to recognize him. “Who is that behind those glasses?” I asked as I tried to peer … Continue reading

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A Soldier’s Story for Veteran’s Day

An excerpt from A Soldier’s Story  by Dave Morgan, Lincoln Journal, January 25, 1995, Hamlin, Lincoln County, West Virginia “We’d have fire-fights at night, then every morning, several hundred North Korean soldiers would surrender. The problem of food got a lot worse. … Continue reading

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