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Book Review: How To Write A Thesis

How To Write A Thesis, by Umberto Eco In many ways, this charming and relatively short guide to how to write a thesis is somewhat obsolete in that it was written in an age of card catalogs before word processing … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tracing Your European Roots

Tracing Your European Roots, by W. Daniel Quillen From time to time I enjoy reading about genealogy [1] and this particular book is part of a series that I was able to find in my library.  In starting this book … Continue reading

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Book Review: Historians In Trouble

Historians In Trouble:  Plagiarism, Fraud, And Politics In The Ivory Tower, by Jon Wiener This book was disappointing. It took until the very end of the book for the author to be honest about his leftist agenda to the reader: … Continue reading

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Book Review: Meredith’s Book Of Bible Lists

Meredith’s Book Of Bible Lists:  A One-Of-A-Kind Collection Of Bible Facts Presented In List Form, by J.L. Meredith This book is not the sort of book that most people would enjoy reading, but it makes for an immensely worthwhile reference … Continue reading

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Book Review: Discipleship Journal’s Best Bible Study Methods

Discipleship Journal’s Best Bible Study Methods, edited by Sue Kline Sometimes when one is reviewing a book it is just as important to know what the book does not include as it does to know what it does.  For example, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Who Do You Think You Are?

Who Do You Think You Are?:  The Essential Guide To Tracing Your Family History, A Companion To The NBC Series, by Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak If you’ve ever seen the television show Who Do You Think You Are, which aired on … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: Great Courses: Discovering Your Roots

Discovering Your Roots:  An Introduction To Genealogy, by Professor John Philip Colletta As someone who greatly enjoys listening to cds in my car from the Great Courses collection [1], and who has a strong interest in genealogy and family history … Continue reading

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Book Review: NKJV Word Study Bible

NKJV Word Study Bible, edited by Thomas Nelson [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for an honest review.] As someone who reads and reviews more than my fair share of Bibles [1], … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Lost Civilization Enigma

The Lost Civilization Enigma:  A New Inquiry Into The Existence Of Ancient Cities, Cultures, And Peoples Who Pre-Date Recorded History, by Phillip Coppens While the contents of this book will likely be unfamiliar to most readers, whether or not they … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Discovery Of The Greek Bronze Age

The Discovery Of The Greek Bronze Age, by J. Lesley Fitton This is a book that very much lives up to its name.  Whether or not that is a good thing depends on whether you want to read about the … Continue reading

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