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Book Review: 7 Reasons Why You Can Trust The Bible

7 Reasons Why You Can Trust The Bible, by Erwin W. Lutzer [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Moody Publishers.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Given the widespread ignorance of scriptures and the savage nature … Continue reading

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Everything Has To Be An Adventure

Yesterday, shortly after posting my discussion of the sermon this past Sabbath [1], the internet went down where I live, and finding that resetting the router was unsuccessful.  Despite the lateness of the hour, it being around midnight, I decided … Continue reading

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Book Review: Simplicity Of Life

Simplicity Of Life:  Why Does Being Human Complicate Everything, by Steve Leasock [Note:  I received this book free of charge by BooksGoSocial.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This book is a textbook example of an author going beyond … Continue reading

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Pocatardis, Or, The Value Of Thought Experiments

As I had a more than usually busy Sabbath yesterday, I did not have the chance to have a great deal of interpersonal interactions with other people because I did a fair amount of rushing about hither and yon.  During … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Political Philosophy Of Hobbes

The Political Philosophy Of Hobbes:  Its Basis And Its Genesis, by Leo Strauss, translated by Elsa M. Sinclair For many years I have been fond of the political philosophy of Harry Jaffa, who was a student of Leo Strauss [1]. … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ideal Made Real

The Ideal Made Real, or Metaphysics For Beginners, by Christian D. Larson I really detest books like this from the standpoint of metaphysics and theology, but if there is one thing that my reading on early 20th century occult thinking … Continue reading

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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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Book Review: Welcome To College

Welcome To College:  A Christ-Follower’s Guide To The Journey, by Jonathan Morrow [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Kregel Book Tours.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] As someone who has spent a lot of time … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Future Of Atheism

The Future Of Atheism:  Alister McGrath & Daniel Dennett in Dialogue, edited by Robert B. Stewart This is the sort of book [1] that demonstrates, at least to me, that there is a wide variance between the survival of a … Continue reading

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