Monthly Archives: February 2017

Living Like We Were Dying

Yesterday morning, I rested on the Sabbath as I frequently do, by writing, in this case writing my next sermonette, which is about a month away.  During that time I talked with my mum about what feast plans her and … Continue reading

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Book Review: His Needs, Her Needs

His Needs, Her Needs:  Building An Affair-Proof Marriage, by Willard F. Harley, Jr. In reading this book, which is part of a fairly large set of books about marriage for someone in my own state [1], I was struck by … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Mystery Of Marriage

The Mystery Of Marriage:  Meditations On The Miracle, by Mike Mason There are some books, like this one, that tell as much about the author as they do about the subject matter.  This is not a bad thing, as this … Continue reading

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Fanmail

One of the more humorous aspects of writing as I do is that I occasionally get messages about my writing from others.  To be sure, I would like to get a great deal more messages than I do, but it … Continue reading

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Book Review: KJV Word Study Bible

KJV Word Study Bible:  1,700 Key Words That Unlock The Meaning Of The Bible, edited by Thomas Nelson [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] It is little secret … Continue reading

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Book Review: Second Thoughts On The Dead Sea Scrolls

Second Thoughts On The Dead Sea Scrolls, by F.F. Bruce This is the second time I have read this slim volume, the first time being quite a few years ago when I lived in Florida long before the age of … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Untold Story Of Qumran

The Untold Story of Qumran, by John C. Trever This was a fun book to read.  Although the book is obscure and by no means new, there is a certain excitement and joy in reading this first-hand account of the … Continue reading

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Like No One’s Watching You

A few months ago [1], I commented that for the first time I had realized I was disabled as a result of having to fill out a document at work that happened to have one of the conditions I am … Continue reading

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Book Review: Esperanto For Hope

Esperanto For Hope:  A New Way Of Learning The Language Of Peace, by Máire Mullarney As someone who greatly enjoys reading books about Esperanto [1] and getting a feel for its literary culture as a whole, this book is delightful … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Idea And Practice Of World Government

The Idea And Practice Of World Government, by Gerard J. Mangone It should at least be said of this book that the author, who appears to be a frighteningly committed globalist, is fully aware of the difficulties of achieving a … Continue reading

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