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Book Review: The Know-It-All

The Know-It-All:  One Man’s Humble Quest To Become The Smartest Person In The World, by A.J. Jacobs As a lonely and socially maladjusted child, I would find frequent enjoyment in reading encyclopedias, and from time to time I still do … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Study The Bible

How To Study The Bible, by Dwight L. Moody [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Aneko Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] One should not think that a bluntly titled book like this one, part … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Bible Crash Course For The Sunday School Dropout

The Bible Crash Course For The Sunday School Dropout, by Robyn Downey [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/WestBow Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Are you a somewhat new Christian who is embarrassed at … Continue reading

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Young Josiah

Earlier this week I got a brief message from our choir director that told us we had no choir practice and encouraged us to enjoy our week off.  As is my fashion, I felt it necessarily to reply somewhat cheekishly … Continue reading

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Book Review: Welcome To College

Welcome To College:  A Christ-Follower’s Guide To The Journey, by Jonathan Morrow [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Kregel Book Tours.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] As someone who has spent a lot of time … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Account Of The Manner In Which Sentences Of Penal Servitude Are Carried Out In England

An Account of the Manner in Which Sentences of Penal Servitude Are Carried Out in England, by Edmund F. Du Cane I must admit that when I read this book I had never heard of Edmund F. Du Cane before.  Although … Continue reading

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Game Review: Girlcrush

From time to time I play somewhat odd and unusual games, and today I would like to review one of those [1].  Girlcrush is an unusual game that will likely appeal to a very specific demographic.  The gameplay itself is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Self-Culture In Reading, Speaking, And Conversation

Self Culture In Reading, Speaking, And Conversation:  Designed For The Use Of Schools, Colleges, And Home Instruction, by William Sherwood I do not know who William Sherwood is.  His is not a name that has long endured, and this work … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Latin Primer

A Latin Primer, by Herbert Chester Nutting In reading this book I was reminded that the early 1900’s was a time of boring but serviceable primers for foreign languages [1].  This is not necessarily a bad thing, as Latin was … Continue reading

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Book Review: Divine Emblems

Divine Enblems:  Temporal Things Spiritualized, by John Bunyan [Note:  This book has been given free of charge by Aneko Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] As the third book written by John Bunyan that I have received free … Continue reading

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