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Audiobook Review: The Trials Of Laura Fair

The Trials Of Laura Fair: Sex, Murder, And Insanity In The Victorian West, by Carole Haber, read by Pam Ward This book greatly irritated me, and a large part of this book’s problems is the fact that the author simultaneously … Continue reading

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Book Review: Turn Backward, O Time

Turn Backward, O Time: The Civil War Diary Of Amanda Shelton, by Kathleen S. Hanson Among the more praiseworthy aspects of the growing attention to primary historical sources by female writers is a book like this one, which is of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Finding Quiet: My Journey To Peace In An Anxious World

Finding Quiet: My Journey To Peace In An Anxious World, by Jamie Grace [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] In some … Continue reading

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Book Review: When Kids Ask Hard Questions

When Kids Ask Hard Questions: Faith-Filled Answers For Tough Topics, edited by Bromleigh McCleneghan & Karen Ware Jackson When kids ask hard questions, find a better book than this one to look for answers. It is hard to overstate just … Continue reading

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Book Review: Does The Noise In My Head Bother You?

Does The Noise In My Head Bother You?, by Steven Tyler This book is not a bad memoir as far as memoirs of rock stars go. If you have read this sort of material before [1], you know how this … Continue reading

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On The Divine Providence Of Plague

In 2020, it seems appropriate that we should reflect upon the divine providence of plague as it relates to the fate of people and nations. As might be imagined, these are matters that cut multiple ways, and sometimes plague is … Continue reading

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Public Health: Same As It Ever Was

It is not often when the Washington Post and I agree on something, but today I found an example of a case where this happens. The Washington Post reported, as if it was a new and unusual insight, that the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Living On Fire

Living On Fire: The Life Of Brent Bozell, Jr., by Daniel Kelly This book is a very powerful one, being a biography of someone I had heard about because of my general reading interests, but someone whose life story had … Continue reading

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What’s It Worth To You?

Before coming into work today I had a couple of medical appointments. First, there was a trip to LabCorps. I figured that with Covid happening as it is, that there would be better parking than usual, and to a certain … Continue reading

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Book Review: Why Am I Not Healed?

Why Am I Not Healed? (When God Promised), by Glen Berteau [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Chosen Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Questions about divine healing have … Continue reading

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