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The Cyberbullies Among Us

This morning, I found myself involved, without any particular interest on my part, in an internet quarrel over policies between a coworker of mine and someone else.  With the names redacted to protect the innocent and the guilty, I first … Continue reading

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You Take The High Road, And I’ll Take The Low Road, And I’ll Get To Scotland Before You

One of the music reviewers online whose videos I enjoy–there are quite a few–is named Anthony Fantano, who claims himself to be the Internet’s busiest music nerd [1].  Some time ago a magazine wrote a hack job on him that … Continue reading

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What’s Good For The Goose Is Good For The Gander

Rumors can be a dangerous thing in an atmosphere or paranoia and mistrust.  During the 1780’s, for example, gossip about the royal family of France helped lead to a calamitous decline in the trust that the French political population had … Continue reading

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Only The Shadow Knows

From time to time I get plenty of articles written about a phenomenon known as Shadow IT.  While the concept is not necessarily something that greatly bothers me, perhaps because I am a bit more jaded than most people when … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Koran

The Koran, translated from the Arabic by J.M. Rodwell In reading and reviewing a book like this I find myself at a great disadvantage in at least two respects.  For one, I cannot help reading this book critically as an … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bible Code II: The Countdown

Bible Code II:  The Countdown, by Michael Drosnin I haven’t heard much about the author in quite a few years, and that’s not too surprising since this skeptical reporter of a Jewish background dipped his feet into a round of … Continue reading

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Don’t Shoot Me

One of the more memorable memes of the past election campaign was the “Black Lives Matter” campaign that was labeled “Don’t Shoot Me,” as if most of us had any interest in committing violence against anyone.  It has now been … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Field Guide For Everyday Mission

A Field Guide For Everyday Mission:  30 Days and 101 Ways To Demonstrate The Gospel, by Ben Connelly & Bob Roberts, Jr. [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Moody Publishers.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] … Continue reading

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Book Review: Helping Without Hurting In Short Term Missions: Participant’s Guide

Helping Without Hurting In Short Term Missions:  Participant’s Guide, by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Moody Publishers.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This is a book with a great … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Antifa Handbook

The Antifa Handbook, by Allum Bokhara At times it is worthwhile to explain how it is that I come across a given book.  One of my fellow members of a group that discusses military history and its relationship to politics … Continue reading

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