Daily Archives: June 4, 2016

An Exploration of The Moral Topography Of Sin: Part Five

In exploring the moral terrain of sin, it is of the utmost importance that we recognize that this topography is not only external but also internal as well [1]. When we are orienteering in the real world, we almost always … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: Wellington’s Hidden Heroes

Wellington’s Hidden Heroes: The Dutch And The Belgians At Waterloo, by Veronica Baker-Smith Admittedly, my reading about the Napoleonic Wars is not as deep or as broad as my reading of most 19th century history. Nevertheless, when I had completed … Continue reading

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