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Book Review: International Logistics And Supply Chain Outsourcing

International Logistics And Supply Chain Outsourcing:  From Local To Global, by Alan Rushton and Steve Walker In many ways, this book is somewhat obsolete.  Some of the companies that the book has an interest in, like Toys-R-Us, are bankrupt.  It … Continue reading

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Book Review: Portuguese Irregular Verbs

Portuguese Irregular Verbs (Portuguese Irregular Verbs #1), by Alexander McCall Smith Spoiler alert:  This book isn’t actually about Portuguese irregular verbs.  One of the odd things that happens when one simply puts on hold all the books in one’s library … Continue reading

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Book Review: Listen Well, Lead Better

Listen Well, Lead Better, by Steve & Becky Harling [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House Books.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] How much self-awareness is enough to write a book like this?  As … Continue reading

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Things That Interest Me That May Interest No One Else

One of the consistent patterns I have found in my life is that the things that interest me do not often interest very many other people.  It can be distressing to see someone who is very polite trying desperately not … Continue reading

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It Is The Glory Of Kings To Conceal A Matter: Part Three

Having discussed the problems of concealment by human authorities here and here, let us conclude our present discussion of this topic with a look at why it is that human rulers like to conceal matters in the way that God … Continue reading

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It Is The Glory Of Kings To Conceal A Matter: Part Two

We ended our previous discussion on this topic by discussing the way that our imitation of God when it comes to glorying in concealment shows a lack of awareness of our limitations and a respect for the distance between God … Continue reading

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It Is The Glory Of Kings To Conceal A Matter: Part One

I would like to state at the outset that the title of this series of posts does not in fact appear in the Bible.  We are all aware of the concealing behaviors of government when it comes to their behaviors, … Continue reading

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A Thin Line Between Awkward And Cool

I have spent a fair amount of time trying to figure out what it is that is most bothersome about contemporary ideas of coolness and the elitism of hipsters.  After all, although I have never been a particularly cool person, … Continue reading

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A Recognition Gone Awry

How is it that people recognize others as allies?  I spent quite a bit of time enjoying some pleasant reading and observation and most of the people around me were sensible enough to leave me more or less alone to … Continue reading

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A Bad Report

By the time I finished Sabbath School and had tidied up the room at least a little from the messiness of my somewhat unruly students, I came in to the main hall to listen to the sermon from our pastor … Continue reading

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