Monthly Archives: September 2015

Disregard for the Law Is America’s Greatest Threat By Victor Davis Hanson

Barbarians at the gate usually don’t bring down once-successful civilizations. Nor does climate change. Even mass epidemics like the plague that decimated sixth-century Byzantium do not necessarily destroy a culture. Far more dangerous are institutionalized corruption, a lack of transparency … Continue reading

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Be Thou My Vision

  Be Thou my Vision, O Lord of my heart; Naught be all else to me, save that Thou art Thou my best Thought, by day or by night, Waking or sleeping, Thy presence my light. Be Thou my Wisdom, … Continue reading

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Review Of Eve By Tim Challies

  On the positive side, I think [William] Paul Young has become a markedly better writer since The Shack. On the negative side, he continues to use his writing to undermine and redefine Christian theology. By my reckoning, that’s a … Continue reading

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Yogi Berra (1915-2015)

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4 Fake Grammar Rules You Don’t Need to Worry About By Arika Okrent

There are many grammar rules that the student of English must learn about in order to understand how the language works. There are some rules, however, that don’t reflect how the language works at all and are simply passed down … Continue reading

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Review of Touchdown Tony

    In his inspiring memoir, Touchdown Tony: Running with a Purpose, Tony Nathan shares his story of growing up in the segregated South, only to be forced to attend a school out of his neighborhood due to federal bussing … Continue reading

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Review of Shadow of the Mountain

  In Shadow of the Mountain, Cliff Graham recounts the story of the biblical hero Caleb, as the aging warrior, looking back on his life. Starting with his early days and continuing with his incredible military feats, he recalls a … Continue reading

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