What would you say would be a topic in history that would get your attention and get you to purchase a book or ebook? What has not been written, or at least you are unaware of an existing book, that you would love to see put into print?
by Mark Knowles 8 years ago
Little did I realize, but the Texas Board of Education, after managing to get irrational beliefs introduced into the science classroom, by allowing critiques of evolution by non-scientists who believe an invisible super being created the earth in 6 days to be taught along side the actual...
by loveofnight 5 years ago
Do you believe everything that you read in the history books?From time to time I hear someone say that history is not always accurate. That the books are written by imperfect men who want to give credit to themselves. What do you think?
by Paul Swendson 6 years ago
Do you have any interest in reading history books? If no, why not? If yes, what kinds of books?
by Barbara Radisavljevic 5 years ago
How will the history books describe the presidency of Barark Obama in 2050?It's often not evident what the effect of a given president's actions had on the county until history later judges him in the light of what comes after he leaves office. How will historians treat Barack Obama?
by Liam Hannan 7 years ago
Just a question for those Christians who profess to believe that the Bible is the literal and unalterable word of God; how do you justify the removal of the books of Baruch, Wisdom, Tobit, Ruth, Judith, 1 Maccabees & 2 Macabees during the 16th century?
by Paul Swendson 8 years ago
I am a community college history teacher, and I have found that it can be tricky to discuss recent historical events. It is difficult, after all, to know which recent events and trends will ultimately matter. So what do you think that future history books will discuss when covering 1990-2010?
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