The Day is Finally Here!

Well, today’s the day: my book Names, Nations, and the New Testament has officially been released to all of you! There is no more waiting, and I am pretty excited about it! https://videopress.com/v/xvhQSYrk?preloadContent=metadata Names, Nations, and the New Testament digs into the origins and history of mankind from Creation to Babel, Pentecost to the present, …

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Comments on “Jerusalem Interlude”

A look at a message in the book "Jerusalem Interlude" and how we can apply the lessons of history to our lives today.

Comments on the “Dresden Files”

I decided about a week ago to pick up Jim Butcher's Dresden Files series again after not looking at them for about a year. My husband had read the series and said that I would really like them. While he was correct on other series suggested to me, such as the Codex Alera  and Wheel of Time, I did not …

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Review: The 5000 Year Leap

Author: Cleon Skousen Publisher: National Center for Constitutional Studies For a book that has incurred quite a bit of hostility and derision, The 5000 Year Leap by Cleon Skousen is discerning, non-aggressive, simple, and direct in its explanation of the Founders' ideas for forming the United States. Skousen's book is divided into what might be called three …

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When Your Calling is Home

"You are not here to get your 'Mrs.' degree." It was my first week at college and I was in a "freshman seminar" class (which was as  pointless as it was a waste of time). The professor spoke these words to her new students to make sure that they knew one thing: by the time …

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