The Most Important Weekend in History

Today is a reminder that your political problems are insignificant in the course of human history.

Survey academic historians on the most important events in history and, regardless of their personal beliefs, they…

The death of Jesus of Nazareth reshaped the map, gave us a common set of idiomatic expressions, brought down empires, inspired the rapid evolution of art, and gave the world a truly global religion. While Judaism is still anchored in Jerusalem and Islam in Mecca, Christianity is a global phenomenon where, even as it purportedly declines in the West, it continues to spread in China, Africa, and South America.

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