Daily Archives: May 8, 2016

Some Comments On The Transition Between Wilderness And Conquest In Deuteronomy

Today I had the task of teaching the youth of my Sabbath School class [1] about the end of Moses’ life on Mount Nebo, which marks the transition between the wilderness experience of ancient Israel and the beginnings of the … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: Medieval Maritime Warfare

Medieval Maritime Warfare, by Charles D. Stanton When looking for my latest book to review for the Naval Historical Institute [1], I was intrigued by an account of medieval maritime warfare, one of my more obscure interests in that it … Continue reading

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