Daily Archives: March 17, 2018

An Introduction To The Apostolic Fathers: Part One (Identity)

Who were the Apostolic Fathers, and why should you care?  I would like to spend today dealing with the first of these questions, or rather the first part of the first of these questions.  The expression apostolic fathers is a … Continue reading

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Book Review: In Search Of King Solomon’s Mines

In Search Of King Solomon’s Mines, by Tahir Shah Who knew that the search for the legendary gold mines of Ophir of King Solomon could be a family quest that included the author as well as his father and grandfather?  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tschiffely’s Ride

Tschiffely’s Ride:  Ten Thousnd Miles In The Saddle From Southern Cross To Pole Star, by Aimé Tschiffely It is striking and almost unbelievable to me that this work was rejected by publishers on three continents until the author was helped … Continue reading

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