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Book Review: The Wonderful Name Of Jesus

The Wonderful Name Of Jesus:  A Revelation Granted For These Last Days, by Dr. Victor Morgan, Th.D [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookCrash.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] In the book of Acts there … Continue reading

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On The Striking Similarity Between Foreign Princesses And Prisoners Of War

Today, as we continue our tour through the biblical law relevant to the issue of maternal lines in the Bible [1], we come to a strange connection that many readers of the Bible are likely unaware of.  There were, in … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Mystery Of Marriage

The Mystery Of Marriage:  Meditations On The Miracle, by Mike Mason There are some books, like this one, that tell as much about the author as they do about the subject matter.  This is not a bad thing, as this … Continue reading

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Unu El Nin

What does it mean to be a member of a community?  Many of us take this somewhat for granted.  Home may be where we rest our heads at night, but I know that speaking of myself personally I spend little … Continue reading

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Book Review: Who Am I?: The Sixteen Basic Desires That Motivate Our Actions And Define Our Personalities

Who Am I?:  The Sixteen Basic Desires That Motivate Our Actions And Define Our Personalities, by Steven Reiss, Ph.D Being someone who reads books on a massive scale, it should come as little surprise that I get a lot of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Are You A Bromide?

Are You A Bromide?, or The Sulphitic Theory:  Expounded And Exemplified According To The Most Recent Researches Into The Psychology Of Boredom, by Gelett Burgess Published in 1908, and still certainly relevant nowadays, this is the sort of essay that … Continue reading

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Book Review: The i Factor

The i Factor:  How Building A Great Relationship With Yourself Is The Key To A Happy, Successful Life, by Van Moody [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Child Whisperer

The Child Whisperer:  The Ultimate Handbook For Raising Happy, Successful, Cooperative Children, by Carol Tuttle This book is one of a set of books about personality theory relating to children that I was recommended by a friend of mine.  Being … Continue reading

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Turnabout Is Fair Play, Or The Lament Of The Social Justice Warrior

When I was in college, I had a flirtatious friend/girlfriend with whom I had a very teasing relationship.  During one of her more reflective and astute moments, she told me that both of us liked dishing it out but that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Diaspora

Diaspora:  Exile And The Contemporary Jewish Condition, edited by Etan Levine As is the case often with books I read, I feel simultaneously too close and at some remove from this book and its subject matter.  Although I come from … Continue reading

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