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Archive for April, 2006

"The Da Vinci Code"

Saturday, April 29th, 2006

By Dan Brown (New York: Doubleday, 2003)      Anyone who has read the book, knows that it is a real ‘page turner’.  I have enthusiastically read all of Dan Brown’s novel.  All of them keep ones interest at a fever pitch, from page one through to the end. He is an expert at bringing a […]

"END TIMES SIMPLIFIED: Preparing Your Heart For The Coming Storm"

Thursday, April 27th, 2006

By David Sliker  (Kansas City, MO:  Forerunner Publishing, 2005, 144 pgs.)   This book takes a different tack, a refreshing presentation.  The author does not worry about defining the work vis-a-vis any particular eschatological category, nor does he use any of the well-worn scenarios that typify this genre.  He leaves that to the reader.  The […]

"Painting The Map Red": Chapter Six- The Left Redefining Marriage?

Sunday, April 23rd, 2006

By Hugh Hewitt, (Washington DC: Regnery Pub., Inc, 2006, 229 pgs.)       We have all seen it, read it, & lived through it all, in the last several years, but Hugh Hewitt in chapter 6 of his new book-”Painting The Map Red”, documents the whole process to date.  The Left and their willing accomplices in […]

"Painting The Map Red": Chapter Four- The Left Vs. Religion

Saturday, April 22nd, 2006

By Hugh Hewitt, (Washington,DC: Regnery Pub.,Inc, 2006, 229 pgs)      In Chapter Four of Hugh Hewitt’s new book- “Painting The Map Red”, Hugh documents the recent efforts by the left; including MSM pundits, Democratic leaders, Academics, and assorted leftist groups, in attacking mainstream Americans of ‘clear faith’, on a number of issues.  This chapter alone […]

"BLOG: Understanding The Information Reformation That’s Changing Your World"

Friday, April 21st, 2006

     By Hugh Hewitt, published by:  Nelson Books, 2005, 225 pgs.      This book introduced me to Blogs and Blogging.  I heard people referring to ‘Blogs’, but really didn’t know what they were, except I knew that they were on the internet.  Hugh Hewitt took the mystery out of it for me, and brought the […]