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A Sense Of Legacy

Today Legacy Institute had the pleasure of an extended visit from a young woman (probably in her early thirties by this point) who had taught in about 2003-2004, had a master’s degree in biomedical science, and is studying international medicine … Continue reading

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An Inflation Problem

What do increasing educational standards for professions, the mania for sports leagues to expand the size of their playoffs, the worries about increased commodities prices, and the desire of quantum physicists to posit the theory of multiverses and parallel universes, … Continue reading

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I’d Rather Have My Shoebox

A friend of mine has a cat named Reuben who was bought a nice comfy cat bed.  The only thing is, he prefers to sleep in his shoebox instead of his larger and more cozy bed.  Cats aren’t the only … Continue reading

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When Scientists Go Rogue

What happens when you get a scientific lab with too much free time on its hand, a desire in apocalyptic prophecies, and a firm belief in Global Warming and the inevitable rise of sea levels?  You get the University of … Continue reading

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Time Well Wasted: An Introduction

[Note:  Among the many completed and unpublished manuscripts I have in my collection of writings in a collection of essays from my Norwich University experience.  The following entry is the short essay I wrote to introduce that series of essays, … Continue reading

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In Search Of…A Fax Machine In Temple Terrace

I commented yesterday on the importance of GRE scores [1].  This particular commentary was prompted by the lengthy process of receiving the scores and sending them onward.  Today’s post is a continuation of that one, only more in the vein … Continue reading

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On The Importance of GRE Scores

Continuing my series on graduate school, I would like to pause a little while to celebrate the GRE exam.  Though it may be somewhat hard to believe, in the late spring of 2005 when I prepared for this exam I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Complete Idiot’s Guide To Learning Italian

The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Learning Italian, by Gabrielle Ann Euvino Like The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Learning French [1], this particular book is a humorous take on learning a foreign language.  The book is (in what appears to be … Continue reading

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Book Review: Complete Idiot’s Guide To Learning French

Complete Idiot’s Guide To Learning French, by Gail Stein So, in my continuing attempt to bone up a little bit on foreign languages, at least so I would be able to understand primary source documents in French, I read this … Continue reading

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On The Fundamentals of Theology

Today I would like to talk about an aspect of my education that is perhaps little known to friends, especially outside of my church.  In 2004, I went to a Bible program called the Ambassador Bible Center, where my favorite … Continue reading

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