Sian flees the church in tears. Sian leaves her and Weatherfield, leaving Sophie breaking down on the cobbles hysterically, shouting to Sian that she loves her. Following her painful split from Sian, Sophie is left feeling bitterly depressed.
Battle of Aylesford. The Battle of Aylesford or Epsford () was a battle between Britons and Anglo-Saxons recorded in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and the Historia Brittonum. Both sources concur that it involved the Anglo-Saxon leaders Hengist and Horsa on one side and the family of Vortigern on the other, but neither says who won the battle.
During the early modern period (1500–1800), Protestant leaders such as Martin Luther, John Calvin, the leaders of the Anglican Church, and even the Puritans did not differ substantially from the teachings of the Catholic Church: alcohol was a gift of God and created to be used in moderation for pleasure, enjoyment and health; drunkenness was viewed as a sin (see Christianity and alcohol).
What Do You Believe About The Future? What Do You Believe About The Future? is a short one act play written by. David Auburn where ten numbered (but not named) characters answer the title’s question. The play was first performed in 1996 as part of a revue of plays by Auburn and David Mamet entitled Two Davids.
Also in 2001, he joined the editorial board of the Baraminology Study Group, a young earth creationist creation science attempt to identify and classify the created kinds mentioned in scripture. He has stated that he is an outside critic and remained skeptical of their young earth beliefs.
Armor of God. The phrase Armour of God is derived from Ephesians 6:11: Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. (King James Version). The full Armour of God quote outlines these aspects of belief: truth, righteousness, preparation of the Gospel of peace, faith, salvation and the Word of God and Prayer.