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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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Young Josiah

Earlier this week I got a brief message from our choir director that told us we had no choir practice and encouraged us to enjoy our week off.  As is my fashion, I felt it necessarily to reply somewhat cheekishly … Continue reading

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The Night Is Just A Shadow Falling On You

Today I saw a story showing on my social media that discussed the arrest of a husband and wife for female genital mutilation, a social custom quite popular in certain backwards areas of the world and with their refugee populations … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: The Man Who Loved Books Too Much

The Man Who Loved Books Too Much:  The True Story Of A Thief, A Detective, And A World Of Literary Obsession, by Allison Hoover Barlett As it without a doubt that I love books too much [1], it would probably … Continue reading

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Book Review: Law & Liberty

Law & Liberty, by Rousas John Rushdoony This book has an interesting history as part of the intensely prolific writings of this fairly typically prolific Theonomist writer.  Given originally as a series of radio addresses in the 1960’s, these books … Continue reading

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Book Review: Faith And Obedience: An Introduction To Biblical Law

Faith And Obedience:  An Introduction To Biblical Law, by Rousas John Rushdoony For quite some time [1] I have been familiar with the writings of many Theonomists, which is largely responsible for my somewhat dim view of the apologetic efforts … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Gospel According To Paul

The Gospel According To Paul:  Embracing The Good News At The Heart Of Paul’s Teachings, by John MacArthur [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I was given … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Death Of American Virtue

The Death Of American Virtue:  Clinton vs. Starr, by Ken Gormley A friend of mine loaned this book to me quite a while ago, and I long delayed reading it for two main reasons.  The first of the reasons is … Continue reading

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Book Review: What The Bible Says About Healthy Living

What The Bible Says About Healthy Living:  Three Biblical Principles That Will Change Your Diet And Improve Your Health, by Rex Russell, M.D. It is perhaps little of a surprise that this particular volume I read (a very short book … Continue reading

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