Daily Archives: December 28, 2019

Motivation And The End Times

This evening’s Bible Study that began the Northwest Weekend from our local congregation’s pastor dealt with the contrast between Peter and Paul in how they thought of the end times as coming soon in earlier writings and then realizing that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Empire By Default

Empire By Default:  The Spanish-American War And The Dawn Of The American Century, by Ivan Musicant As someone who grew up near Tampa, one of the most important cities in the waging of the Spanish-American War, I have always been … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Army For Empire

An Army For Empire:  The United States Army In The Spanish-American War, by Graham A. Cosmas This particular book is the sort of contemporary military history book that is the most popular these days, in that it looks at the … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Unwanted War

An Unwanted War:  The Diplomacy Of The United States & Spain Over Cuba 1895-1898, by John L. Offner Diplomatic history is one of the more underrated genres of history, and this book is certainly a worthwhile history that examines a … Continue reading

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