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Lee W. Brainard As many writers have astutely recommended...I just sit down and force my self to start writing ... putting bare ideas on paper if nothing else ...…moreAs many writers have astutely recommended...I just sit down and force my self to start writing ... putting bare ideas on paper if nothing else ... eventually ... usually sooner rather than later ... one of those ideas strikes the inspiration gold mine ... and the ideas start to flow like a spring. (less)
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The Rogue (Planets Shaken, #1)

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I am finally finished! There were times when I wondered if I was ever going to finish The Rendezvous, the second volume of the Planets Shaken series. Remodeling projects, extended trips, weddings, injuries, and ministry demands seemed to continually get in the way. But I kept my nose to the grindstone, and the project is finally completed. May my success in the face of obligations and trials be... Read more of this blog post »
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Questioning Einstein by Tom Bethell
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A fascinating volume which suggests that there is no necessity for relativity theory, that this theory faces contradictions within itself and with classical physics, and that every supposed proof for relativity has a simpler solution in classical phy ...more
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Stephen Hawking Smoked My Socks by Hilton Ratcliffe
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I loved his observations regarding evidence-based science vs. theory-driven science. I was disappointed, however, that he treated faith and religion as purely subjective fields without any foundation in fact.
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Stephen Hawking Smoked My Socks by Hilton Ratcliffe
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I loved his observations regarding evidence-based science vs. theory-driven science. I was disappointed, however, that he treated faith and religion as purely subjective fields without any foundation in fact.
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The Rabbi Who Found Messiah by Carl Gallups
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book and had a hard time putting it down. Though I am not convinced that Rabbi Kaduri actually found Jesus of Nazareth, the eternal Son of God, and the Messiah of Israel—indeed the world—nonetheless the account is both fasci ...more
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Die Philister by Jürgen Spanuth
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I loved this book. Though I wasn't able to embrace all of his conclusions, I think he makes a good case that the Philistine culture was an overlay of northern Sea People culture upon the original inhabitants of the region.
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Atlantis of the North by Jürgen Spanuth
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This book was eye opening. While I didn't follow him on every one of his points and arguments, I thought he made a strong case for a north Atlantic Atlantis based on the ancient sources themselves.
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Syntax of Moods & Tenses in New Testament Greek by Ernest DeWitt Burton
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A very helpful introduction to the moods and tenses of New Testament Greek, particularly in their usage in clauses. Should be in the library of every serious Greek student.
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The Temples That Jerusalem Forgot by Ernest L. Martin
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I enjoyed this book immensely. I think he makes a very strong case that the supposed remains of the old city are actually the remains of Fort Antonia and that the true location of the temple is further south, closer to Gihon Spring.
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