Review: The Triumvirs

Image from danieldydek.com Author: Daniel Dydek A world of adventure, lore, mystery, troubled pasts, and a future yet to be seen. I was introduced to the world of the Triumvirs earlier this year, but I only just recently caught up to the current point in the series. Above are the first three books (the third …

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Review: To Kill A Mockingbird

My thoughts on one of the best pieces of classic American literature.

The Face of Christ: Part 3 – The History of Christian Art

In the previous installments of this series, we addressed the foundation for this discussion, the ethnicity of Jesus, and the Gospel message. As always, there is a necessity to understand history, and that is what we will discuss in the following. The last section began that discussion by speaking a little on Jesus' earthly ethnic history concerning …

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Rose: Review – The Great Gatsby

I wrote this for another blog a short time ago, but I thought some of you might be interested. I wasn’t sure about this book when I first started reading it, but by the end, I greatly appreciated it.

Review: The Wind in the Willows

I knew of The Wind in the Willows stories from the family evening readings of my childhood. Even so, all I could really remember is that there was a character called Toad and another called Frog and they hung out together. After reading this book, I know now that we must have been reading a different …

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