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Resources by Jones, Peter

The English define a gentleman as someone who uses a butter knife when eating alone. Student-body president Noah Riner, this Fall, in his speech to the Dartmouth freshmen defined character in a similar way: “character is what you do when no one is looking.” Character has always been the test of a meaningful life. In […]

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Date November 8, 2005
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A code Dan Brown left on the dust jacket of his wildly successful book, The Da Vinci Code, hints that his next book will focus on Free Masonry. In preparation, we can focus some of our thinking on Masonry’s “Royal Secret,” as it is called by Albert Pike, a universally-recognized spokesman for Masonry. The “royal […]

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Date September 8, 2005
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Somewhere in the personal library of the new Pope, Benedict XVI, is a leather-bound copy of Calvin’s Institutes, and (surprisingly) a copy of my article, “1 Corinthians 15:8: Paul, the Last Apostle.” In the hundreds of stories that will appear about the new pope, this trivial fact will not appear. In 1988, representatives from the […]

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Date July 11, 2005
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