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Book Review: Copyrights And Copywrongs

Copyrights And Copywrongs:  The Rise Of Intellectual Property And How It Threatens Creativity, by Siva Vaidyanathan Although the author has a somewhat different view of intellectual property rights than I do, arguing for thin copyright protection where I would support … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Last Lessons Of Christ

The Last Lessons Of Christ:  Living By Faith In An Age Of Despair, by Daniel Sweet and Andrew Gilmore [Note:  This book was provided by Reedsy Discovery for the purposes of review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] In … Continue reading

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Book Review: 24/6

24/6:  A Prescription For A Healthier, Happier Life, by Matthew Sleeth Since this book gets a lot wrong (more on that shortly), it is worthwhile to discuss at some length what this book gets right.  Coming at the question of … Continue reading

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Separate Is Unequal?

As one of my random personal research projects I have been reading about Plessy v. Ferguson and its consequences in American society, and one of the things that has bothered me about it is the resolute assumption being made, both … Continue reading

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Faults Of Laws And Faults Of People

Earlier today I was looking at some of the outbound links on my blog and I saw that there had been a link to a website that deals with the portrayals of Muslims and the fear and violence that is often … Continue reading

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The Payments You Have Withheld By Fraud

Recently, a friend of mine that I had met at the Feast of Tabernacles in Estonia who happens to be from Australia commented to me that I was the only person he knew of within the Church of God who … Continue reading

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As Many As The Lord Our God Will Call: Part Two

I closed the previous part of this discussion with a discussion of the tension in the Bible that exists between the need to honor those who came before us whose example of faith provided future generations with blessings that we do … Continue reading

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You Are My Friends If You Do Whatever I Command You: Part One

Jesus Christ was known for saying some very striking and paradoxical things, but on the last night of his physical life, just before heading off to the Garden of Gethsemane where he would be arrested and suffer through the various … Continue reading

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You Have Watched Me Safe In Your Anonymity

For deeply personal reasons, I have long found that I greatly enjoy many of the songs by British synth pop artist Howard Jones [1].  Among those songs is “The Prisoner,” where the singer/songwriter compares being photographed to being imprisoned within … Continue reading

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Book Review: Originalism As Faith

Originalism As Faith, by Eric J. Segall Leave it to someone to write about originalism and faith without having a high view of either.  This book is a terrible book, about the worst sort of book that can be written … Continue reading

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