Daily Archives: August 25, 2018

The Gospel Of Matthew Is A Long Way From The Koran, Or The Strange Ignorance Of Victor Davis Hanson

For all of his scholarly pretensions, Victor Davis Hanson has a curious lack of knowledge when it comes to understanding the Bible.  Twice in his book The Father Of Us All:  War And History – Ancient And Modern, he makes the … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Bad Kids

Sometimes the context in which one watches a movie makes a big difference in how one views it.  Last night I went to the house of one of my fellow CASAs in Washington County, Oregon, along with almost 20 other … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Student’s Guide To Music History

A Student’s Guide To Music History, by R.J. Stove Although I deeply love music history, I must admit I read few books on it [1].  It is especially rare for me to read books on music history that attempt to … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Student’s Guide To Literature

A Student’s Guide To Literature, by R.V. Young As someone who cares a great deal about literature and its place within self-education [1], this book was definitely a worthwhile look at literature.  Those who care about liberal arts education, perhaps … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Student’s Guide To The Study of History

A Student’s Guide To The Study Of History, by John Lukacs Given the fact that some of these guides have gone over 100 pages, I figured that the guide to history would do so as well, given how large of … Continue reading

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