Monthly Archives: October 2017

Here We Stand By Albert Mohler

  The churches of the Reformation understand that a true church is always reformed by the Word of God.   Martin Luther’s great moment of theological clarification came at the climax of a command performance. Facing the threat of martyrdom … Continue reading

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The value of reading good books by Becky Lyn Rickman

There are so many benefits to picking up a good book and getting lost in it. Reading brings such pleasure and, as Albus Dumbledore so aptly put it, “Words are, in my not so humble opinion, our most inexhaustible source … Continue reading

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James Scott Bell–The Best Writing Advice I Know

     

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My Field of Memories: I See the New Dodgers and Summon the Old By GEORGE VECSEY

Ticketless fans of the Brooklyn Dodgers tried to sneak a peek during a World Series game at Ebbets Field in 1953. Credit Arthur Brower/The New York Times The home uniforms remind me of my tormented youth — blue and red … Continue reading

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John Wycliffe – Morning Star of the Reformation by Vance Christie

  This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Conferences are being held, sermon series are being preached, a number of books have been published and innumerable blogs are being written to mark this tremendously significant occasion in … Continue reading

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Grammar For Beginners: All About Conjunctions Amanda Patterson

Over the next few months, I will be writing a Grammar For Beginners series. I am starting with parts of speech and I will be writing about conjunctions in this post. What are parts of speech? Language is made up … Continue reading

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Esther–The Bible Project

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Columbus Day — and its Enemies By Charles Lipson

You don’t have a buy a party hat or uncork the champagne. It’s a minor holiday. But Columbus Day is still worth celebrating, and those who attack it are worth rebutting. The focus should not be the navigator himself. He … Continue reading

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Some Advice for Writers By Samuel James

Recently a few friends of mine have asked me about writing, and for some perspective and/or advice on how to get started doing it seriously. I’ve given the same advice enough times that I figured it might be helpful to … Continue reading

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Off The Wall: Take Comfort in Her –Mike Rowe

Mike – I live in Las Vegas, and I’ve seen you here often. Once, in the lobby at Mandalay Bay. We’re all shattered here, obviously. A comforting word from you would go a long way… Molly Carr Hi Molly I’m … Continue reading

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