Daily Archives: December 11, 2018

A Hermeneutic Of Charity

For those who find the word hermeneutic a bit frightening, it is a word that comes from the Greek word for interpretation, and was coined in the late 17th century by biblical scholars who wanted a suitably fancy word to … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: Spy The Lie

Spy The Lie:  Former CIA Officers Teach You How To Detect Detection, by Philip Houston, Michael Floyd, and Susan Carnicero, with Don Tennant, read by Fred Berman I really enjoyed this particular audiobook as it was something right up my … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: Listful Thinking

Listful Thinking:  Using Lists To Be More Productive, Highly Successful, And Less Stressed, by Paula Rizzo Listening to this book was a pleasant diversion, and the book was short, and one of the benefits of listening to a book like … Continue reading

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