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There Is No Net Neutrality

[Note:  Image taken from aeaweb.org.] Yesterday afternoon, as the work day winded down and thoughts and attention turned away from staring blankly at giant Excel files and towards more genial subjects, some of my coworkers began a passionate debate about … Continue reading

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Rise Of The Machines

As of late, I have received occasional reminders about the impending demise of a large category of McJobs in our current labor market as articles have discussed the arrival of robots in commercial establishments.  In many ways, this sort of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Rogue Justice

Rogue Justice:  The Making Of The Security State, by Karen J. Greenburg [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Blogging For Books/Broadway Books.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] What you get out of this book depends … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Case Of Abraham Lincoln

The Case Of Abraham Lincoln:  A Story Of Adultery, Murder, And The Making Of A Great President, by Julie M. Fenster It should go without saying that there are a lot of books about Abraham Lincoln [1], many of which … Continue reading

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The Muslim Minority As Dhimmi

As someone who tends to keep my ear to the ground when it comes to concerns and fears about religious minorities, for somewhat personal reasons [1], it should probably come as little surprise that I view the recent terror attack … Continue reading

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Book Review: Emancipating Lincoln

Emancipating Lincoln:  The Proclamation In Text, Context, And Memory, by Harold Holzer I feel it necessary to freely own that there was a lot that I simply did not like about this book.  Although in the past I have been … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ekklesia

Ekklesia:  Rediscovering God’s Instrument For Global Transportation, by Ed Silvoso [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Chosen Books.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Do you like books about the social gospel that discuss the supposed … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Life For God

A Life For God:  A Rabbi’s Analysis Of Life, The Cross, And Eternity, by Rabbi Greg Hershberg [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Aneko Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I have read a lot … Continue reading

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Book Review: Red Letter Revolution

Red Letter Revolution:  What If Jesus Really Meant What He Said?, by Shane Claiborne and Tony Campolo There are times where reading the dialogue between friends creates an enjoyable reading experience, where the familiarity of the conversation partners creates an … Continue reading

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But The Jerusalem Above Is Free, Which Is The Mother Of Us All

[Note:  The following is the text of a prepared Bible Study for a get-together over Mother’s Day weekend at the Oregon Coast with some close friends of mine.] In Galatians 4:21-31, we are presented with a complicated and difficult Pauline … Continue reading

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