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So Much To Say, So Little Time

Earlier this week, I spent several days largely incommunicado at a church preteen summer camp where I served a variety of administrative tasks.  During the course of that time I had scheduled some blogs to post, including quite a few … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Letters Of Jane Austen

The Letters Of Jane Austen, by Jane Austen As someone who has long been interested in the writings of Jane Austen [1], I thought it would be worthwhile to take a look at her letters, and this book was certainly … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Juvenilia Of Jane Austen And Charlotte Brontë

The Juvenilia Of Jane Austen And Charlotte Brontë, by Jane Austen and Charlotte Brontë Given the fame of Jane Austen’s writings as well as Jane Eyre, it is little surprise that the childhood works of the authors (hereafter abbreviated as … Continue reading

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Letters From The Mailbox: Part Two

Yesterday, I received the following message in my inbox as part of an ongoing conversation I have had with a reader, and I thought I would share the e-mail and some brief comments about it, as I perceive that it … Continue reading

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Book Review: On The Teaching And Writing Of History

On The Teaching & Writing Of History:  Responses To A Series Of Questions, by Bernard Bailyn This pleasant and modest work of about 100 pages contains a series of questions and answers where Bailyn expresses his own thoughts about the … Continue reading

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An Introduction To The Una Natura Project

From time to time I like to deal with controversial or at least potentially controversial questions about doctrine relating to the Church of God culture I am a part of.  Although I do not chime in on every debate, and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Essential Jonathan Edwrds

The Essential Jonathan Edwards:  An Introduction To The Life And Teaching Of America’s Greatest Theologian, by Owen Strachan & Douglas Allen Sweeney [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Moody Publishers/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my … Continue reading

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A Modest Proposal For The Collection Of The Writings Of The Apostolic Fathers

As someone who has read a fair amount of material relating to the Apostolic Fathers [1], one of the notable aspects of these writings is how difficult it is to find all of the writings in the collection.  There are … Continue reading

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An Introduction To The Apostolic Fathers:  Part Three (Relevance)

What is the relevance of studying the Apostolic Fathers?  We are near the beginning of a long exploration of ancient writings that are little known by many in contemporary Christianity, and it is a fair question to ask why you … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Prairie Girl’s Faith

A Prairie Girl’s Faith:  The Spiritual Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder, by Stephen W. Hines [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Waterbrook Press/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Like many kids, especially those who … Continue reading

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