Daily Archives: June 5, 2016

Book Review: Dungeons & Dragons And Philosophy

Dungeons & Dragons And Philosophy, edited by Christopher Robichaud This particular book is part of a series [1] of books that shows how self-professed philosophers pay the bills while also providing some philosophical heft to pop culture. In many ways, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue, by Ray Pitz This book is a strange book for many reasons. For one, it is a book of photographic history, consisting of black and white photographs from various archives along with captions. For another, … Continue reading

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The Four Women Of Matthew’s Genealogy Of Jesus Christ: A Study With Digressions

The Gospel of Matthew is often compared with the Gospel of Luke in such a way where, to many contemporary readers, the Gospel of Matthew comes off somewhat poorly. Luke is, quite accurately, known as a writer with a focus … Continue reading

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