Daily Archives: October 13, 2016

An Intimate Festival

The Day of Atonement is often viewed as the least pleasant of the festivals of God. ┬áIt is the only day in the year where believers are commanded to fast, although many will fast at other times for various reasons … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Journals Of Lewis And Clark

The Journals Of Lewis And Clark, edited by Bernard DeVoto For readers who by virtue of scholarly inclination or location of residence find it important to read or listen to the role of Lewis and Clark in opening up the … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: The Essential Lewis And Clark

The Essential Lewis And Clark, edited by Landon Y. Jones, , read by Peter Friedman and Tom Wopat What makes these edited Lewis and Clark diary entries of their epic and fateful journey of scientific exploration from St. Louis to … Continue reading

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