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Chronic Illness As Satanic Binding:  An Exploration Of Luke 13:16

One of the more obvious ways that Satan makes his presence known in our lives is the situation of chronic illnesses.  Like many people, I have plenty of experience in suffering from chronic illness in my own life and in … Continue reading

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Book Review: I’ve Seen The End Of You

I’ve Seen The End Of You:  A Neurosurgeon’s Look At Faith, Doubt, And The Things We Think We Know, by W. Lee Warren, MD [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Multnomah/Waterbrook Press.  All thoughts and opinions are … Continue reading

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Book Review: Donkeys: Miniature, Standard, Mammoth

Donkeys:  Miniature, Standard, Mammoth:  A Veterinary Guide For Owners And Breeders, by Stephen R. Purdy I must admit that of all the books I have read on donkeys this is the one that I enjoyed the least.  Admittedly, that is … Continue reading

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The Unquenchable Thirst

During the Feast of Tabernacles, it became increasingly obvious to me that I was feeling far more dehydrated than normal.  Now, it should be noted that I tend to drink a lot of water, and this has been true for … Continue reading

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Book Review: Old Age: A Beginner’s Guide

Old Age:  A Beginner’s Guide, by Michael Kinsley Sometimes if you know enough about someone you would avoid reading their books.  Such is the case here.  The author is someone I didn’t happen to know about when I picked up … Continue reading

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Book Review: SuperBetter

SuperBetter:  The Power Of Living Gamefully, by Jane McGonigal I was pleased to read this book for several reasons, at least in general, largely because the approach discussed in this book is one I tend to undertake.  The author encourages … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Power Of Off

The Power Of Off:  The Mindful Way To Stay Sane In A Virtual World, by Nancy Colier It is to be regretted that so many book which urge for mental health come with a New Age spin.  Indeed, it is … Continue reading

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Book Review: What To Expect When You’re Expecting

What To Expect When You’re Expecting, by Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel One of the hazards of choosing certain book reading challenges to do is that one ends up reading the sort of books that lead people to ask questions … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cribsheet

Cribsheet:  A Data-Driven Guide To Better, More Relaxed Parenting, From Birth To Preschool, by Emily Oster One of the most notable things that this book reveals, perhaps to the disadvantage of the author, is that in many aspects of parenting … Continue reading

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Book Review: Arthritis Sourcebook

Arthritis Sourcebook, edited by Amy L. Sutton If you wanted to read a book that was a mile wide and six inches deep when it came to the question of arthritis in all of its many facets, this book is … Continue reading

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