Daily Archives: June 6, 2018

Able To Be Tempted: Part Two

In our previous discussion we looked at some of the questions involving the doctrine of God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, and what it meant for Jesus Christ to be able to be tempted.  Today I would like to examine … Continue reading

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Book Review: What Has Government Done To Our Money?

What Has Government Done To Our Money? by Murray N. Rothbard The answer to this question is somewhat obvious.  What has government done to our money?  Screw it up.  And that is precisely the answer gives in this modest book … Continue reading

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Book Review: Essays On Political Economy

Essays On Political Economy, by Frèdèric Bastiat This collection of essays contains five of the essays of this well-known and sadly all too shortly-lived French economist who explores the various ways that someone who is essentially proper and conservative can … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Anti-Capitalistic Mentality

The Anti-Capitalistic Mentality, by Ludwig Von Mises There’s a lot about this book that is dead-on accurate, but this is not the sort of book one writes if one wants to make friends.  In reading a book, especially a bracing … Continue reading

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Book Review: That Which Is Seen, And That Which Is Not Seen

That Which Is Seen, And That Which Is Not Seen, by Frèdèric Bastiat As someone who happens to be a fan of Bastiat’s writing [1], I found this book to be deeply interesting.  Perhaps, as someone who has now read … Continue reading

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