Tag Archive | 1st Amendment

Writing to the Interests of the State

Writing to the Interests of the State

Shortly after Adolf Hitler took power in Germany in 1933 his Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, a vicious anti-Semite, assembled 300 Berlin journalists to instruct them on the Nazi’s new National Press Law. From that point on the journalists would have to be a licensed member of Goebbels’ newly formed Reichsverband der Deutschen Presse (press […]

Who was Huldrych Zwingli?

It popped up on one of my history feeds today that Huldrych Zwingli was killed in battle in 1531 against Catholic forces. The question for many is who was Huldrych Zwingli and why was he fighting with the Catholics? Zwingli was a Swiss Reformer, a pastor, a theologian and , a contemporary of Martin Luther […]