Daily Archives: September 16, 2020

A Darkness That Can Be Felt

For the last few days I have been unable to retrieve books from the library because the bad air quality has closed down operations. 2020 has, as a year, presented a wide variety of issues and problems and the fires … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: The Human League

When you think of the Human Leauge, most people think of one song, “Don’t You Want Me,” where a man and a woman sing about their romantic frustrations and where a powerful man and a young woman just starting ponder … Continue reading

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Book Review: Knowing Christ Today

Knowing Christ Today: Why We Can Trust Spiritual Knowledge, by Dallas Willard This is a book of Christian philosophy that is taken quite intentionally in the style of C.S. Lewis and other related thinkers who did not think it either … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Blackwell Companion To Philosophy

The Blackwell Companion To Philosophy edited by Nicholas Bunnin and E.P. Tsui-James Reading this book of nearly 900 pages is a monumental chore, but it is one that is capable of granting the reader considerable insight into the state of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Just The Arguments

Just The Arguments:  100 Of The Most Important Arguments In Western Philosophy, edited by Michael Bruce and Steven Barbone This is not quite as good a book as the authors think it is.  That is not say it is a … Continue reading

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