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What John Really Wanted You To Know In John 20:1-10

Yesterday I had the chance to teach Sabbath school and talk about the resurrection of Jesus Christ and its importance, and one of the things that struck me was what John most wanted to communicate. It is always interesting to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Fifty Shades Of Chicken

Fifty Shades Of Chicken: A Parody In A Cookbook, by FL Fowler This book is, unfortunately, unclean in a variety of ways. Now, there are certainly ways this could have been a compelling cookbook. The book is designed to fulfill … Continue reading

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Is The Ship Still Stuck, Or How I Learned How To Stop Complaining And Started To Change The Way I Thought About Being Stuck

For the last few days, like many people, I have been greatly amused by the saga of ship that has gotten stuck in the Suez Canal, thus shutting down one of the world’s most commonly used trade routes, to the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jane Austen’s Little Advice Book

Jane Austen’s Little Advice Book, by Cathryn Michon & Pamela Norris It is well that this book does not claim to be a serious or academic book, because it is not, but it is not necessarily the worse for it. … Continue reading

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Fake Poor

I spend a fair amount of my free time, while I am reading and writing and watching videos and listening to music, engaged in chatting with fellow players of a particular nation simulation game, most of whom are in the … Continue reading

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The Blindness Of The Native

One of the more curious and frequent things that one reads about in books where people travel to other areas is the way that these people tend to look down a bit on natives who do not find the landscapes … Continue reading

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Book Review: Solutions And Other Problems

Solutions And Other Problems, by Allie Brosh In reading this book I have to admit that I had some complicated feelings and thoughts about this book. By and large, the author spends a book of 500 not very skillfully illustrated … Continue reading

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Wherefore The Tank

In writing this, I feel it is worthwhile to comment at the outset that I am not referring to the tank in its role as a key aspect of armored military technology, but rather in terms of the tank job … Continue reading

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An Ordinary Year

One of the more interesting aspects of this year, at least from what others say, is that there is a big hurry on the part for people to see 2020 as over. Whether I am listening to people who judge … Continue reading

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Mail On Sundays

One of the more amusing aspects of life that one finds when one does not go out much is one’s observation of what is going on in the neighborhood. And I will be the first to admit that I do … Continue reading

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