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An Encouraging New Album from Eric Parker

I want to begin with a disclaimer. Eric Parker was one of my parishioners at my last pastoral post, and is the owner of Music for Missions, which has provided a record label for my own musical offerings for two … Continue reading

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Reading Thoughts Summer 2008

I am reading, perusing and sometimes devouring the following books in my summer pile (some of them I came across at an old book store in Connecticut, some I actually picked up new, or ordered online, and at least one … Continue reading

Posted in A History of the English Speaking People, Auden, Berlin, Book Reviews, Christian, Clarence Thomas, Dr. Michael A. Milton, Dr. Mike Milton, John Murray, Jonathan Edwards, Karl Barth, Mike Milton, PCA, Presbyterian, Reformed, Reformed faith, RTS, RTS-Charlotte, Steinbeck, Summer Reading, World War Two | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,