Category Archives: education

Tips for the Seriously Writing By Peter Leavell

“Too unconcerned to love and too passionless to hate, too detached to be selfish and too lifeless to be unselfish, too indifferent to experience joy and too cold to express sorrow, they are neither dead nor alive; they merely exist.” … Continue reading

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Review of If You Can Keep It

In his book, If You Can Keep It: The Forgotten Promise of American Liberty, Eric Metaxas presents the case that our country is worth fighting for and cites the obligations of its citizens to preserve the freedom that our forefathers … Continue reading

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7 Clever Ways to Say “I Look Forward to Hearing from You” Karen Hertzberg

You sent an important email and you’re eager to get a reply. You end your message with “I look forward to hearing from you.” Did you make an email faux pas? Is It Okay to Use “Looking Forward to Hearing … Continue reading

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10 Most Significant Discoveries in the Field of Biblical Archaeology

Archaeology Gives Context Biblical archaeology is a wide field offering modern readers fascinating insights into the everyday lives of people mentioned in the Bible. While archaeological findings don’t prove the truth of Scripture, they do have the potential to enrich … Continue reading

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Writing Without Distraction by Peter Leavell

Distraction is the bane of all writers. If only monasteries took applications for live-in writers. Of course, knowing our brilliance, the only expectation is a few stellar lines every now and again. Monks or nuns wouldn’t get to pitch their … Continue reading

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The Rapid ‘Progress’ of Progressivism Victor Davis Hanson

Not long ago I waited for a flight to board. The plane took off 45 minutes late. There were only two attendants to accommodate 11 passengers who had requested wheelchair assistance. Such growing efforts to ensure that the physically challenged … Continue reading

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A Call for Plodding Bloggers Tim Challies

  I believe that blogs have been a blessing to the church in the twenty-first century. Maybe I have to believe this since I have blogged nearly every day of the century. Still, with every bit of objectivity I can … Continue reading

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