Daily Archives: May 29, 2016

Book Review: Good Girl Messages

Good Girl Messages: How Young Women Were Misled By Their Favorite Books, by Deborah O’Keefe It is difficult to determine how many of the hypocrisies and contradictions in this book are intentional, based on the author’s avowed aim of feminist … Continue reading

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You’ll Be Sorry

Lawsuits of stealing samples without paying or giving credit bring out the worst in people. This happens often enough that I occasionally write about the problem [1], but it is worth discussing again because the song’s situation is particularly ironic. … Continue reading

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The Great Disappointment

It is both ironic, and deeply appropriate, that in today’s sermon message our pastor would begin a message discussing prophecy with the example of the Millerite Great Disappointment in 1844. I am not sure that all of the people listening … Continue reading

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