One story from the soon to be released book, Part One of Two:
Gregory V. Boulware
Speaking of certain, albeit, limited, coincidences, understand that we, Mr. ‘Eddie’ Poe and I, the Editor / Publisher, choose to speak of this topic. In my own heart, I cannot speak of his; there dwells no faith in the praetor nature. In past and probably, future conversations, men will debate the issue of the original intentions of God’s Laws. They may dispute that nature and its God are two. The latter creating the former can, at will, control and/or modify it. Would you not agree, my friend? The insanity of logic has, of course, assumed it is not that the Deity cannot modify his laws, the question is of will. Does man insult God with the imagination of a possible necessity for modification? Mr. Poe espouses the origin of these laws were fashioned to embrace all and every contingency which could lie in the future. All that one would need to do is to pay the strictest and closes attention with unwavering indulgences.
All of the witnesses chimed in on testimony as to their belief of the impossibility of stuffing a body into the narrow chimneys’ throughout the house, especially those of the fourth floor. It took the combined strength of four or five able bodied men to un-wedge the tightly squeezed corpse of Mademoiselle L’Espanaye.
“Now gentlemen, if I am wrong In my induction of this piece of evidence and the deduction as to its owner being a French sailor belonging to the vessel ‘Maltese,’ then I have done no harm in what I have said in my posted advertisement. Should I be in error, the reader will suppose that circumstances surrounding the situation will simply be ignored. However, I shall be correct in my supposition that this advertisement will bring him to claim his property, his per, or perhaps his friend.”
Protestantism / Protestantem, meaning "one who publicly declares/protests", which refers to the protest against some beliefs and practices of the early 16th century Roman Catholic Church. The word "protest" being derived from the Latin prōtestārī, which literally means to testify, or give a public witness.
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