Daily Archives: December 3, 2020

On The Joys Of Bilaying

People often find it entertaining and unusual to hear that while I have never done any sort of rock climbing that I have done bilaying. This is not something that many people can say, but I suppose I am the … Continue reading

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Book Review: God’s Wolf

God’s Wolf: The Life Of The Most Notorious Of All Crusaders, Scourge Of Saladin, by Jeffrey Lee This book is a labor of love, and is demonstrative of a desire to give a fair shake to someone who is typically … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Most Holy War

A Most Holy War: The Albegensian Crusade And The Battle For Christendom, by Mark Gregory Pregg This book is a classic example of why it is that people whose bias and worldview is as pronounced as is the case here … Continue reading

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