Monthly Archives: December 2011

Peace on Earth…for you and me

“Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!” In the last verse of the last chapter in the last book of the Old Testament, these words are spoken of the Messiah: And He will turn the hearts of fathers to their children and the … Continue reading

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Reading List – 2011 (Part 5)

Trinity College Library, Dublin And now, the final installment of these (very) brief reflections on this year’s readings… The Essential Edwards Collection (Owen Strachan and Douglas Allen Sweeney) – This one is a little different than the others.  The title … Continue reading

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Reading List – 2011 (Part 4)

Trinity College Library, Long Room Moving right along in this series as I look back on the books of the past year… Admission Matters (Sally P. Springer, Jon Reider and Marion R. Franck) – The process of college searching just … Continue reading

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Reading List – 2011 (Part 3)

New York Public Library After some delay, I’m continuing with this year’s list of literary discoveries… A Short Life of Jonathan Edwards (George Marsden) – Marsden wrote a much longer work just a few years ago that was well received.  … Continue reading

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Reading List – 2011 (Part 2)

Joanina Library, University of Coimbra, Portugal Pressing on with the second part in this year’s reading list…   Robert E. Lee on Leadership (H. W. Crocker) – The subtitle sums it up well:  “Executive Lessons in Character, Courage, and Vision.”  … Continue reading

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Reading List – 2011 (Part 1)

Biltmore House Library – Asheville, NC Well, I had so much fun doing this last year that I thought I’d take another crack at a year-in-review reading list.  It’s interesting (at least to the author) to trace where I’ve been … Continue reading

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