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Book Review: A Study Of Open Hearth

A Study Of Open Hearth:  A Treatise On The Open Hearth Furnace And The Manufacture Of Open Hearth Steel by Harbison-Walker Refractories Company I must admit that I have no particular idea that this is a practical book for either … Continue reading

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Book Review: Copenhagen

Copenhagen, by Michael Frayn Those who know me are well aware of my own tendency to chronicle and overanalyze my frequent awkward conversations [1].  This play is basically the attempt through research and analysis to provide a decisive interpretation of … Continue reading

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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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Book Review: Beating Gout

Beating Gout:  A Sufferer’s Guide To Living Pain Free, by Victor Konshin As someone who suffers from intermittent but severe gout attacks [1], it is perhaps unsurprising that I read a book I happened to find in the library while … 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: Alive In The Wild

Alive In The Wild, edited by Victor H. Cahalane This is the sort of book I would have enjoyed a great deal more as a child than I enjoyed reading this book as an adult.  I say this not because … Continue reading

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Bible: Two Proofs And Two Mis-Translations

Bible:  Two Proofs And Two Mis-Translations:  Why Some Christians Reject Science, by Jesse Clopton James [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/WestBow Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This book is a hard one to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Childhood Disrupted

Childhood Disrupted:  How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology, And How You Can Heal, by Donna Jackson Nakazawa Like a few previous books I have read, this book was read for the CASA book of the month club, and I can … Continue reading

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Book Review: Improving Your Memory

Improving Your Memory, by Janet Fogler and Lynn Stern I happened to randomly pick up this book, and always being interested in the issue of memory and the mind [1], I decided to give it a look as it did … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Limits Of Artificial Intelligence

The Limits Of Artificial Intelligence, by Jacob T. Schwartz As someone who often ponders questions of design and intelligence from a variety of different angles [1], I am often intrigued by the problem of computers and artificial intelligence.  After all, … Continue reading

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