Daily Archives: April 2, 2017

Yet They Ate The Passover Contrary To What Was Written

[Note:  The following is the prepared text for a sermonette given at the United Church of God in Portland on April 1, 2017.  It was also given at the Hood River congregation on March 18, 2017.] If you all don’t … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jubal Sackett

Jubal Sackett, by Louis L’Amour It is striking, but in this particular book I found a great deal of understanding of views of history that have not been particularly well understood that show a lengthy and early European presence in the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sackett

Sackett, by Louis L’Amour Although I had never read the novels of Louis L’Amour before picking up this book and one of its companion volumes, I am at least somewhat familiar with Westerns [1].  As a genre, the Western has … Continue reading

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