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Futurism – Historicist.com

Among the evangelical and fundamental elements of modern Christianity, there seems to be a strange infatuation with anything that is considered ‘Jewish’. There is presently a strong emphasis being placed upon the Jewish Torah, Jewish traditions, Jewish history, Jewish prayer shawls, Jewish symbols, Jewish songs, Jewish rights, Jewish land and the Jewish people. For the last forty years in our churches there has been taking place a major shift from a Christ-centered to a man-centered theology. Continue reading

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Cubo-Futurism | art movement | Britannica.com

Cubo-Futurism, Russian Budetlyanstvo, also called Russian Futurism, Russian avant-garde art movement in the 1910s that emerged as an offshoot of European Futurism and Cubism. The term Cubo-Futurism was first used in 1913 by an art critic regarding the poetry of members of the Hylaea group (Russian Gileya), which included such writers as Velimir Khlebnikov, Aleksey Kruchenykh, David Burlyuk, and Vladimir Mayakovsky Continue reading

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Futurism – Android Apps on Google Play

am utterly dissatisfied. The idea and the design is good, but the app itself is a chaos. For the first thing, I can’t imagine how you can just shove a 100 minute long youtube video there and sell it as a product. Continue reading

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Futurism Facts for Kids | KidzSearch.com

Futurism was a modern art and social movement which originated in Italy in the early 20th century. Continue reading

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brtrain | Ludic Futurism

Katie Aidley with CT rulebook. (photo: Katie Aidley, Twitterfeed) So, Colonial Twilight has been out for a few months now, some reviews have appeared (Armchair General, Space-Biff!,No Fun Allowed,The Players Aid,Katies Game Corner) and the comments on Boardgamegeek.com have been piling up , for whatever they might be worth. Continue reading

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Events C3Lab

The exhibition pays homage to the traditional Mexican holiday Da de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, a time when family and friends gather to remember and celebrate the lives of friends and family members who have passed away. Dia de Los Casi Muertos or Day of the Almost Dead is an ongoing multimedia project that explores the cultural differences between Mexican and American experiences with death and aging. Julio Gonzalez is a local MexicanAmerican artist that was born in the South, but raised with the tradition of Day of the Deads Catholic practices within his Mexican family Continue reading

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