Monthly Archives: May 2016

Hillsdale College Tribute on Memorial Day 2016

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Review of Saving My Assassin

  In Saving My Assassin, Virginia Prodan tells her own personal story of growing up in Romania under the brutal communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. Beginning with an unhappy childhood, Prodan chronicles her struggle to overcome several seemingly insurmountable obstacles, including … Continue reading

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Review of Harvey Penick

  In his book, Harvey Penick: The Life and Wisdom of the Man Who Wrote the Book on Golf, Kevin Robbins recounts the life of one of the most famous men to pick up a golf club. Beginning with Penick’s … Continue reading

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7 Writing Tips from Charles Spurgeon

  Charles Haddon Spurgeon is the most prolific Christian author of all-time. Prior to the standardization of typewriters—let alone the development of computers—Charles Spurgeon literally penned a boatload of content. He’s considered to be the most widely read preacher and he … Continue reading

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Dear Christian Leaders, You’re Playing a Very Dangerous Game By Steve Deace

    DISCLAIMER: I am grateful for the opportunity I have here at Conservative Review to reach those on the broad spectrum of conservatism on several issues, some of which conservatives don’t always agree on. But in this case I’m writing … Continue reading

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God’s Two Incompatible Tasks By Peter Leavell

Her hands shake. Black, swollen eyes are covered by hurried strokes of makeup, and I worry she’s been beaten. I ask. She says, ‘God told me to write. Then He gives me four kids and a husband who doesn’t earn … Continue reading

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The Bible Project: Numbers

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When God Makes You Wait By Anna Bachinsky

Jesus could have come and healed Lazarus when he was still alive. Instead, He waited to raise him from the dead when he was already in his grave. God could have made David become king the day after he was anointed. … Continue reading

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The Hidden Messages of Colonial Handwriting By Cara Giaimo

In colonial times, penmanship was basically secret code. Each person to hold this quill would have done so in a way suited to their gender, occupation, and hometown. Each person to hold this quill would have done so in a … Continue reading

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Dear Ted Cruz – Thank You By: John Gray and Brian Darling

As two liberty-minded conservatives, we want to thank you for your contributions during this presidential race. Though we were sad to see you withdraw your candidacy, your campaign has provided us with renewed hope for the conservative movement. Your involvement … Continue reading

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