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

By some definitions, Wheezer could be considered a one-hit wonder, despite their lengthy and immensely successful career.  As someone who has sat and watched through several hours worth of track-by-track album reviews, I am more familiar than most people are … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Way Of The Warrior

The Way Of The Warrior:  An Ancient Path To Inner Peace, by Erwin Raphael McManus [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook/Multnomah.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Being a bit unfamiliar with the author and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Oskar Schindler

Oskar Schindler (Heroes & Villians), by John F. Wukovits It is pretty clear from a setup like this book has that Oskar Schindler is viewed as a hero in the context of this series.  This book, though, follows many other … Continue reading

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This War Of Ours Is Never Done

One of the illusions of ordinary life is that good and evil are to be found entire, that there are some people that are all good and others that are all evil, that one can join causes and have no … Continue reading

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

I grew up listening to this band’s music all of the time on the radio, and a fair amount of the band’s music is a part of my own personal music collection, and so I worry that my fondness for … Continue reading

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Checking Items Of Your List

Today is one of my favorite days of the year, something that requires a bit of explanation.  To set some context, there are a variety of different types of posts I write regularly and each of those as some kind … Continue reading

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Book Review: Good Leaders Ask Great Questions

Good Leaders Ask Great Questions:  Your Foundation For Successful Leadership, by John C. Maxwell There has seldom been an author I have read as much of [1] without liking very much in the way that has been the case for … Continue reading

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A Hermeneutic Of Charity

For those who find the word hermeneutic a bit frightening, it is a word that comes from the Greek word for interpretation, and was coined in the late 17th century by biblical scholars who wanted a suitably fancy word to … Continue reading

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Sweet Serendipity

Is there such a thing as luck?  Those of us who believe in a God who is in charge of the universe and who ordains and allows all that happens do not believe in luck, either good or bad.  That … Continue reading

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Microaggressions And The Problem Of Proving Oneself Safe

As is often the case, those who have a leftist political worldview and label themselves progressives generally get almost everything wrong.  Be that as it may, they often present at least interesting problems to solve that demonstrate the basic symmetry … Continue reading

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