Review: Contraception and Christendom

While this book is a response a specific argument made by a specific writer in the LCMS, Hasselbrook addresses the broader implications and concerns of contraception, especially for Christians.

Review and Commentary on The Death of Ivan Ilyich

Image from Goodreads. Author: Leo Tolstoy Publisher: Bantam Classics Tolstoy is one of those authors I have always been meaning to read but only make a half-hearted effort to get around to. For example, I have had a copy of "War and Peace" on my shelf for almost three years now. Every time I look …

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Review: The Unholy Trinity

Regardless of how you take his straightforward writing style, Walsh's thesis is clear: The religion of liberalism has become the new, sandy foundation of our society, and we Christians let it happen.

Review: To Kill A Mockingbird

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

Recent Read – Keller’s “The Reason for God”

I recently finished the book The Reason for God by Timothy Keller. Overall, I really enjoyed it as a piece of literature. It was engaging, thought-provoking, and convicting. I think to fully digest everything he said and have it ready for recall I will need to read it again. Most often I was tending to …

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