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Jesus was Black, Santa Claus was Middle Eastern Arab Brown, and Megyn Kelly is ignorant

 Contents

1. Jesus

2. Santa Claus

3. Megyn Kelly

4. Bibliography

5. End Notes

Jesus

<i>Jesus of the Sacred Heart</i>

Jesus of the Sacred Heart

When little children enter into Sunday school classrooms, dressed with smiles and bows, gleaming bright eyes and eager inquisitive minds, they see a plastic patented present-day image of a young white male with long light-brown hair, glistening eyes, and a cherubic smile. He is lean, taller than the people around him, and usually has blue eyes—the ideal of white supremacists from the dark days of Pope Leo “the Great” (by curial, not popular, decision) whose infatuation with the Briton slaves 1 offered for sale in Rome in the fourth century.  When he asked the children where they were from, they responded, according to legend, Anglia...

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Computer and electronic translations: how accurate are they?

Index

  •     I. Introduction
  •    II. Antithesis
  •   III. Testing the thesis
  •   IV. Investigation and research
  •    V. Thesis
  •   VI. Addressing the problem of Tradumatica
  •  VII. Direction and focus
  • VIII. Summary
  •   IX. Recommendations
  •    X. Bibliography
  •   XI. Web links annotated
  •  XII. End Notes

I.  Introduction

I was reading a student essay in the eighth cycle at a university in Perú where I have taught for several disappointing and discouraging years.  To my dismay, after having the son of an evangelical minister complain when I failed his paper that was 100% plagiarized, his lamentation equaling that of the other student. Both young people attempted to justify the theft of intellectual property by stating that he had been taught that in the local schools...

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Madness of Michelle Bachmann, End Time Evangelicals and the Apocalypse: A study of misreading, mistranslation, misinterpretation, misunderstood culture and misused history for the sake of religion

Armageddon: from Reality to

Political Terrorism in the name of

Religion

Contents

1. Abstract

2. Thesis

3. Evidence (Textual Criticism: Greek, English, Spanish)

4. Antecedents (in Vogue Today)

5. Mistranslation, Misinterpretation, Misuse of Language in Quest of Propagandizing a perspective that is unhistorical

6. Conclusion

7. Recommendations

8. Bibliography

9. End Notes

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John of Patmos (artist conception)

John of Patmos (artist conception)

The Apocalypse, a tart twisted tale of terror and frantic foreboding, of transmogrified sanity in the utterances pulsating pen on parchment ejaculations of one who went by the name of John and lived on the island of Patmos.1 forced upon the wretched world ripe for rapine and a repeat of past mutilative maiming myths of ancient wars and human carnage...

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Translation, Interpretation and the Misuse of words to start wars and create hate

Many people attempt to "translate" one language into another language verbatim (word-for-word) as if the two languages were the same grammatically. After this abortion had been completed, they"interpret" what they have composed according to their own culture and history. This leads to misunderstanding and wars, and can be compared with the outburts of Bill O'Reilly of Fox News against the media that labeled Anders Breivik a "Christian" but O'Reilly demonstrates no knowledge of early Christianity, and Anders did repeat what the crusading knights did to Jerusalem one thousand years ago, but without understanding the reason nor consequences. It is the delinguency of education that brings miscreants like O'Reilly and Breivik into the public realm and gives them time to express their ignorance and hatred.Read More