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Book Review: Revolution Song

Revolution Song:  A Story of American Freedom, by Russell Shorto This book is a stellar example of the best achievements that can result from the contemporary leftist obsession with identity politics combined with a complex and well-researched view of history … Continue reading

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Book Review: Find Your Artistic Voice

Find Your Artistic Voice:  The Essential Guide To Working Your Creative Magic, by Lisa Congdon This book characterizes much of what is disastrously wrong with literature about creativity.  The author considers herself an expert as someone who had once desired … Continue reading

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Is Ohio In The Midwest: A Musing On Identity

Earlier today I stumbled upon a debate being held over whether or not Ohio counted as part of the Midwest.  While many of the people put forth serious arguments as to what counted as the Midwest, some of which I … Continue reading

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Nos E A Gente: A Case Study In Languages

One of the more personally enjoyable aspects of language study to me is the way that such studies of words lead to a great many implications that help to explain the differences between cultural mindset.  One of the first examples … Continue reading

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Book Review: Poemcrazy

Poemcrazy:  Freeing Your Life With Words, by Susan G. Wooldridge I disagree with nearly everything in this book.  For all of that, I still think this book is useful in a very limited sense, and that is demonstrating once again … Continue reading

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The Strength Of Local Attachments

One of the more notable ways that maps lie is in the way that they view states as unitary structures.  We look on a map and see the United States as one color and neglect to see the massive diversity … Continue reading

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The Synagogue Of Satan In John’s Letters To Smyrna And Philadelphia

What makes a church into the synagogue of Satan?  And why is it that the two churches that had to deal with this are the only two that receive no blame but only commendation and encouragement in Revelation 2 and … Continue reading

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The Devil Has Sinned From The Beginning:  1 John 3 And Satan

As we wind down our study of Satan in the Bible, it is worthwhile to note that the New Testament has a surprising amount to say about the subject of Satan’s origins, and manages to do so in a much … Continue reading

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Satan’s Seed In John 8

What does it mean to be Satan’s seed?  Obviously, few people would want to be such, and most people at least think that they are righteous in their own eyes.  Even those who have sympathy for the devil want to … Continue reading

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It’s Okay To Be White

Earlier today I received a couple of stories that dealt with the case of a flyer that has been making its rounds on Western Connecticut State University that simply say “It’s Okay To Be White.”  Overly woke campus authorities and … Continue reading

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