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Book Review: The Philosophy Of Jesus

The Philosophy Of Jesus, by Peter Kreeft This is a good book, even a great book, but not a perfect book.  This author [1] gets as close to one can of a great many truths about God as one can … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Little Book For New Philosophers

A Little Book For New Philosophers, by Paul Copan When one reads a book, even a book as little as this one (about 120 pages and small enough to fit in a pocket), one has to ask what motive the … 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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What’s Love Got To Do With It?

In 1984, from her immensely successful comeback album Private Dancer, Tina Turner released what is perhaps her signature solo song, which became her first and only #1 hot in the Billboard Hot 100, “What’s Love Got To Do With It?” … Continue reading

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An Ambivalent Culture

Being a fairly notable anglophile myself [1], I am listening to an audiobook right now that covers British culture during that awkward period from the mid-90’s to the mid-20’s when I grew up from a teenager to a young adult. … Continue reading

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Mysteries Of The Bible: What Did Jesus Do During The Forty Days Between The Resurrection And The Ascension?

Recently I had the chance to talk with one of my close friends, who happens to be a deacon in our local congregation, and he mentioned that there was little attention in our church literature given to the period of … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Account Of The Manner In Which Sentences Of Penal Servitude Are Carried Out In England

An Account of the Manner in Which Sentences of Penal Servitude Are Carried Out in England, by Edmund F. Du Cane I must admit that when I read this book I had never heard of Edmund F. Du Cane before.  Although … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Kid Rock

Let it never be said about Kid Rock that he did not pay his dues in the music business before achieving popularity.  Although he might strike some people as an overnight success given his massive popularity after 1998, his story … Continue reading

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Book Review: Magic And Fetishism

Magic And Fetishism, by Alfred C. Haddon I found this book, an obscure and forgotten century-old short manuscript from a philosopher of religion, to be surprisingly practical.  As someone who is no stranger to reading about the lasting influence of … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Glossary Of Important Symbols

A Glossary Of Important Symbols In Their Hebrew, Pagan, and Christian Forms, compiled by Adelaide S. Hall I must admit that I found this to be an interesting book.  That does not mean that I found the book to be … Continue reading

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