Daily Archives: March 31, 2016

Famous Last Words: Joshua

As is the case with some of the other godly leaders whom we have discussed so far in this series [1], Joshua’s last words recorded in scripture span over two chapters. The first part of his last words, found in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Practical Italian Recipes For American Kitchens

Practical Italian Recipes For American Kitchens, by James B. Herndon This book is one of the volumes I occasionally read [1] as out-of-print but intriguing historical books that have a worthwhile pedigree. This particular volume was originally published in 1918, … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Make A Violin

How To Make A Violin, by John Broadhouse, with Violin notes by Ole Bull Being a person whose skills in mechanical crafts is so modest as to be practically nonexistent, I think it unlikely that I will ever achieve to … Continue reading

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