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Innocence Project attorney and author discusses wrongful convictions.

Innocence Project attorney and author discusses wrongful convictions. Worth eight minutes of your time. Listen starting at 2:39 until 10:00.   Michael Harvey is an actual attorney who works on wrongful conviction cases who happens to also be an author of legal thriller novels.  This is a very interesting interview, especially between those times listed above.   Enjoy.  Keep yourself… Read more »

Americans revere the word of God…

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Americans (studies show) revere the Word of God.  But Americans don’t read the Word of God (studies also show).  We cannot neglect our call to read the Scriptures. Amen.

All Good Books Are Alike…

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May Books Be Blessed

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“Books are besieged by a great many embattled enemies… but from books comes the food of the mind. It is not good for the stomach to be without food for a long period, and it is very much worse for the mind.” — J.R.R. Tolkien

Eight Books to Begin a Personal Library for Young Men…

The list was originally going to be for young people regardless of sex, but when considering the different books, I kept getting different results when the intended audience was a female versus a male.  Perhaps a list for young women will someday follow.  For now, Enjoy these selections!  They’ve been quite formative in my own life.  I can hope that… Read more »

Quote of the Day

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A New Video Blog

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Here’s the vlog I finished and uploaded to YouTube just an hour ago or so.  I hope you enjoy watching it.  Forgive in advance and love beyond all folly.  “Does the body rule the mind or does the mind rule the body?” I think I need reading glasses.  Finally, after all these years my eyes are giving way.  I notice… Read more »