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Christopher High
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Board Games and Conversations
One of my earliest memories with my dad alone is him teaching me to play chess. I'm pretty sure it was somewhere before kindergarten since it was in Ohio shortly after we moved. I probably wasn't very good at that time, and I'm still not great at the game, ...

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Board Games and Conversations
One of my earliest memories with my dad alone is him teaching me to play chess. I'm pretty sure it was somewhere before kindergarten since it was in Ohio shortly after we moved there. I probably wasn't very good at that time, and I'm still not great at the ...

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Innocent Enough
For a long time, I have struggled internally with what people think about me.  It's been a nagging question, and I finally realized how arrogant it was about a year and a half ago.  Someone said something along the lines of, "You don't really think they are...

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A God that Could be Real - Book Review
Nancy Ellen Abrams' latest book provides insight on how a naturalist and life-long skeptic could make spiritual sense out of world which she believes is necessarily closed to any supernatural entity. From the start, assumptions are made about the character ...

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Direction
Life is always full of unexpected challenges and opportunities.  During the past couple of years, I have been surprised over and over again as I take time to review, contemplate, and assess my experiences.  The surprises usually come when I take a look at t...

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A Great Conversation Start - Cosidering Hate
I love it when a good conversation starts. You can tell when it happens, each party engages the other with animation and without animosity.  Passion meets intellect while a back and forth ensues. This book is a great way to start one of those conversations....

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I Hate Resolutions
Resolutions rarely do anyone any good.  The new year is a great time to celebrate something new, something exciting, a different way of approaching things. Resolutions are a dumb idea though.  Why would I say something like that? Because most people never f...

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Joy to the World
The Western Christmas season is upon us yet again.  I really struggled with the idea of making a Christmas post or not, but here you go anyway. My main reason for struggling with the idea is that most of the posts I read are tired, worn-out, and redundant (...

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Three Books and a Few Thoughts on Reading
Three of the books I recently finished reading are: 1. With  by Skye Jethani 2. Ordinary  by Michael Horton  3. After you Believe  by N.T. Wright I selected each of these books independently of the others, but they ended reinforcing similar enough principle...

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The Ministry Cave
If you've ever read the Harry Potter series you know how terrible and lonely caves can be.  The main antagonist in the story arc, Lord Voldemort, used a cave to hide some of his darkest secrets. It was there he tortured other children as a child. It was the...
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