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Richard J. Mouw and Robert L. Millet, ed. Talking Doctrine: Mormons & Evangelicals in Conversation. Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2015. See here to buy the book. Mormonism and evangelicalism have not always had a positive relationship, to put it mildly. … Continue reading
I have three items for my write-up today on W.A. Swanberg’s biography of six-time Socialist candidate for President, Norman Thomas. The biography is entitled Norman Thomas: The Last Idealist. 1. Swanberg narrates that Thomas’ newspaper column eventually came to lose … Continue reading
My favorite part of the 2012 Presidential race was Bill Clinton’s speech at the Democratic National Convention (see here for the transcript). There are a couple of reasons for this: 1. At first, I found the speech to be rather … Continue reading
I’ve been sick today, and so I’ve been too tired to write a post about last night’s election results. I feel a little better at the present moment, so I’ll write my post now, but it will be a fairly … Continue reading
In my latest reading of I’ll Be Short: Essentials for a Decent Working Society, Robert Reich focused on education. I have three items. 1. Somewhere in the book, Reich says that businesses should form apprenticeships for local students who are … Continue reading
I just watched the third and final Presidential debate for 2012. I thought that President Barack Obama did well on a number of fronts. First, Obama argued that things have gotten better during his term, as he discussed his rebuilding … Continue reading
I just watched the second Presidential debate. There were times when I thought that Barack Obama was a wimp, especially when Mitt Romney said that he wasn’t finished, and Obama meekly sat down. But, in my opinion, Obama closed strong, … Continue reading
I just watched the Vice-Presidential debate. Here are some of my reactions. 1. Joe Biden did well especially in the beginning and the middle of the debate, when he was passionate. Some may think that Biden projected an attitude of … Continue reading
I thought that ABC This Week was especially good this morning. See here for the transcript. Ann Coulter, in my opinion, made a good point when she said that Mitt Romney in his remarks to that fundraiser was not saying … Continue reading