Monthly Archives: January 2013

Forget About Politics: A Review of Jesse Ventura’s “63 Documents”

I hate to put a book down that I haven’t read all the way through or one that I’ve skimmed through parts of.  I love to read and I love to learn.  There have been only a handful of books … Continue reading

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A Key Insight on Theology and Economics

Some of you may know I’ve started to study Austrian (or free market) economics.  I’ve only begun to scratch the surface of this field and it’s amazing how much overlap there really is between economics and theology.  In fact, there … Continue reading

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Holiday’s Over

Well, it’s been a while since I’ve posted.  The holidays have been eventful, so I decided to put the blog posts on hold for a while.  Now that I’m back, I’ve decided to post some news and some things I’ve … Continue reading

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