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I have always hated moving, and one of the things that I hate most is having to put my hundreds of loosely piled books into boxes and putting labels on them, knowing the books will weigh 50 pounds or more … Continue reading

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Book Review: Redeeming How We Talk

Redeeming How We Talk:  Discover How Communication Fuels Our Growth, Shapes Our Relationships, And Changes Our Lives, by Ken Wytsma and A.J. Swoboda [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Moody Publishers/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lord, Have Mercy

Lord, Have Mercy:  The Healing Power Of Confession, by Scott Hahn Confession has a bit of a bad name, and it happens to be a major Catholic sacrament, and so it little surprise that the author would want to talk … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On The Weighty Matter Of Justice: An Imaginary Dialogue

Although from time to time I have reflected on the phenomenon of imaginary dialogues previously [1] or even shared genuine question and answers that I have participated in [2], today I thought I would do something different and write an … Continue reading

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The Whole Truth And Nothing But The Truth

I am often amused by struggles over questions of truth, and it is a subject that frequently fills my own mind [1].  Part of the reason for the frequency of pondering about questions of truth is the fact that I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Is Justice Possible?

Is Justice Possible?:  The Elusive Pursuit Of What Is Right, by J. Paul Nyquist [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Moody Publishers.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] If you view this book as a call … Continue reading

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Where Are My Muffins, Or, Let’s Hear It For The Apology Tour

Yesterday, while I was chatting with a friend, she told me a funny story.  The family had gotten banana nut muffins to eat and there had not been enough muffins for everyone, and so my friend’s sister was upset.  This … Continue reading

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Short Circuit

If you are a person with even remotely conservative leanings, the Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit is an easy court to hate.  Recently, the Supreme Court overturned (not surprisingly) a particularly contentious case involving travel restrictions on people … Continue reading

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Monuments Men: The Case For Removal

[Note:  Although I had not planned to originally talk about this issue, the proliferation of vandalism of various monuments to Confederate war heroes of the American Civil War has prompted me to add my own thoughts to the matter.  As … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Authentic Account of the Massacre of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet, and Hyrum Smith, His Brother: Together with a Brief History of the Rise and Progress of Mormonism, and All the Circumstances Which Led to Their Death

An Authentic Account of the Massacre of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet, and Hyrum Smith, His Brother: Together with a Brief History of the Rise and Progress of Mormonism, and All the Circumstances Which Led to Their Death, by George … Continue reading

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