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What Man Is And What We Ought To Be

In order to have a proper understanding of a great many matters in life, it is important that we have an idea of who we are as people. A great many conflicts that may seem to some cynical souls as … Continue reading

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How Shall The Young Direct Their Way?

Normally we tend to think of education as something that happens to the young. People opine about the school-prison industrial complex where failures to socialize in school lead people to engage in behavior that leads to a far less educational … Continue reading

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Bringing It All Home

One of the themes that I appreciate about the messages of this particular Feast of Tabernacles, and one that was especially in evidence in the final message yesterday (as I write this just before breakfast) was the need to bring … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reading, Writing, And Racism

Reading, Writing, And Racism: Disrupting Whiteness in Teacher Education And In The Classroom, by Bree Picower I would like to begin this review with a thought experiment. I have taken perhaps the most egregious passage of this book and will … Continue reading

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The Ministry Of Rebukes: A Discussion Of Correction In The Bible: Part Two

Before we go too much further into the subject of the ministry of rebukes, it is important to know what is meant in the Bible by rebuke and correction. The classic verse justifying this is 2 Timothy 3:16-17, which reads: … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reading To Make A Difference

Reading To Make A Difference: Using Literature To Help Students Speak Freely, Think Deeply, And Take Action, by Lester L. Laminack and Katie Kelly This book really made me upset, because it demonstrated the absence of moral and intellectual soundness … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Story Of The Battle of Shiloh

The Story Of The Battle Of Shiloh, by Zachary Kent One of the aspects of this book that is disappointing, at least a little bit, is the way that this book chooses to allocate its limited space. This is a … Continue reading

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Book Review: More Reading Power

More Reading Power, by Beatrice S. Mikulecky and Linda Jeffries It is always interesting to look at the way that a follow-up book seeks to add on to the success of a previous volume. Some books fill in the gaps … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reading Power

Reading Power, by Beatrice S. Mikulecky & Linda Jeffries This book is one of several books that are a part of series that seek to teach English to speakers of other languages. Most of this book consists of very workmanlike … Continue reading

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Lessons In Life

One of the things that people tend to learn, at least implicitly, very early, is just about any activity can provide some sort of learning. If education is expensive business, learning itself is something that is a universal human tendency … Continue reading

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