What’s Wrong with the Bikini?

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According to Time Magazine, “On July 5, 1946, French engineer Louis Réard designed a garment ‘smaller than the world’s smallest bathing suit.’ ” Réard named his new creation the “bikini” after the nuclear tests, conducted by the U.S. on Bikini Atoll just four days earlier, in hopes that his invention would be just as explosive. “At first, … [Read more…]

Stations of the Cross: The Final Four Stations

The Crucifixion

The Eleventh Station: Jesus is Nailed to the Cross The moment has come. Your Savior lies before you, stripped naked, humbly awaiting to be nailed to his cross. The sharp point of a nail is driven close to his hand. A soldier’s arm, levering a great hammer, swings up, extending high above his back. The … [Read more…]