Daily Archives: July 29, 2016


How is it that people can, if they are knowledgeable about the Bible, find such rich depth in nearly every single verse?  In reading the letters of the Apostle Paul, one can see that he was familiar with the Bible … Continue reading

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Book Review: 500 Treasured Country Recipes

500 Treasured Country Recipes:  Mouth Watering, Time-Honored, Tried & True, Handed-Down, Soul-Satisfying Dishes, from Martha Storey & Friends This book has an epic scope, taking more than 500 large pages to discuss its 500 country recipes.  This is not, as … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: Quarrel With The King

Quarrel With The King:  The Story Of An English Family On The High Road To Civil War, by Adam Nicholson, read by Simon Vance Having already read and pondered some about the Pembroke family of Wilton, which is near Salisbury … Continue reading

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