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Book Review: Addicts At The Cross

Addicts At The Cross Big Book:  A Christian 9 Step Program, by Larry Skrant [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Aneko Press. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Early in his political career in Illinois, Abraham … Continue reading

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Book Review: Passport To Freedom

Passport To Freedom:  A Guide For World Citizens, by Garry Davis I liked this book a lot more than I expected to.  I expected to find at least some of what I found, namely that the book was written by … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: A More Civil War

A More Civil War:  How The Union Waged A Just War, by D.H. Dilbeck Now, I must candidly admit that I have not reviewed as many books for the Michigan War Studies Review as I have for other military journals … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Murderers Among Us

The Murderers Among Us:  The Simon Wiesenthal Memoirs, edited by Joseph Wechsberg This book has an interesting niche when it comes to writings about the aftermath of World War II.  For a variety of reasons, I tend to reflect often … Continue reading

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Sweat The Small Stuff

[Note:  This is the prepared text for a sermonette originally scheduled to be given at the UCG congregation in Hood River, Oregon on December 10,2016.  When the original scheduled message was cancelled by inclement weather, it was then given in … Continue reading

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#RaiseTheAge

Having gone on Twitter this afternoon to catch up on my requests and direct messages, I saw topic trending that reminded of my own teen years.  Apparently, there are two states in the Union where teenagers are automatically tried as … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Complete Jewish Study Bible

The Complete Jewish Study Bible:  Insights For Jews & Christians, Illuminating The Jewishness Of God’s Word, edited by Rabbi Barry Rubin [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Hendrickson Bibles.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] As … Continue reading

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Book Review: Can God Bless America?

Can God Bless America?, by John MacArthur In this slim, roughly 100 page book written after 9/11 [1], mainstream Christian author John MacArthur asks a question he falsely believes to be one that is never asked over and over again, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments In The Light Of The Christian Dispensation, by G. Campbell Morgan As is the case with many books written more than a few decades ago, much of what is needed to know about a book can be … Continue reading

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The Enduring Usefulness Of The Electoral College: A Constitutional Essay

Recently I received in my inbox an email from moveon.org that urged my support of a petition to abolish the Electoral College and put in its place a national election that would elect the winner of a plurality.  This petition … Continue reading

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