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Book Review: Mastering The Basics: Philippians

Mastering The Basics:  Philippians, by Lyman Coleman and Richard Peace The second [1] book of this series that I had the chance to read, this particular book deals with one of the more irenic of Paul’s epistles [2], to a … Continue reading

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Meeting In The Middle

One of my favorite country songs of all time–and admittedly there are many that I enjoy, especially from the late 1980s and early 1990s and even beyond–is the Diamond Rio song “Meet In The Middle.”  For those of us who … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Founding Conservatives

The Founding Conservatives:  How A Group Of Unsung Heroes Saved The American Revolution, by David Lefer I was given this book by a friend of mine who said the book made him feel rather frustrated, but I’m not sure why … Continue reading

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Book Review: Catherine The Great

Catherine The Great:  Portrait Of A Woman, by Robert K. Massie If you want to know what kind of woman Catherine the Great was, this book will definitely let you know in more ways than you may want to know. … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ship In The Hill

The Ship In The Hill:  A Novel, by William L. Sullivan More than a decade ago I wrote a play where a love story between historians involved with biblical archaeology alternated with the story itself, which involved a young man … Continue reading

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Book Review: Chicago’s Black Traffic In White Girls

Chicago’s Black Traffic In White Girls, by Jean Turner-Zimmerman For a short and feisty pamphlet written about the problem of sex trafficking [1] in Chicago in the early 1990’s, this book has a surprising amount of relevance to today.  It … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Life-Changing Encounter With God’s Word From The Book Of Acts

A Life-Changing Encounter With God’s Word From The Book Of Acts, by the Navigators As the fourth and final book that I read in relatively quick succession in this series [1], this book is unfortunately the worst of the series … Continue reading

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An Open Letter To The Washington Post

Dear Washington Post, This afternoon while I was checking my e-mail at the local library, I saw that you had sent me an invitation to purchase digital content from you, and the appeal was that I should support the work … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: New Edition/Bell Biv Devoe/Bobby Brown

One of the downsides of growing up as a fan of adult contemporary music in rural central Florida with neighbors who preferred country music was missing a great deal of the R&B of the 1980s.  Some R&B acts, especially those … Continue reading

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Book Review: Global Trends & Global Governance

Global Trends & Global Governance, edited by Paul Kennedy, Dirk Messner, and ranz Nuscheler As someone who had read a lot of material relating to appeals to globalism [1], far more than it is reasonable to expect anyone to read, … Continue reading

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