Daily Archives: July 2, 2019

An Exploration Towards Monterrey Bay

It took us awhile today to figure out what we wanted to do.  We had a free day, and we were all up and active at reasonable hours of the morning and did not want to waste a day in … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On Cessationism

As a result of reading a lot of literature from other religious traditions than my own, I have become aware of various doctrinal disputes that exist in other religious traditions apart from my own, and among these various disputes is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Engineering Eden

Engineering Eden:  The True Story Of A Violent Death, A Trial, And The Fight Over Controlling Nature, by Jordan Fisher Smith The author notes in this book that the views of people regarding national parks and their regulation and operation … Continue reading

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Book Review: Death In Yellowstone

Death In Yellowstone:  Accidents And Foolhardiness In The First National Park, by Lee H. Whittlesey While this book is enjoyable to read in the sense that it is sometimes fun to enjoy the suffering of people who happen to be … Continue reading

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Book Review: Super Volcano

Super Volcano:  The Ticking Time Bomb Beneath Yellowstone National Park, by Greg Breining This book was an easy one to enjoy, but honestly, there was one aspect of the book that I found highly tiresome, and that was the way … Continue reading

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