Author Archives: Adam B.

I wrote a new post!

It’s true… but not here. I have joined a friend of mine and we are posting on I just posted about wisdom and the heart. Check it out.

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I’m in a podcast!

My friends Nick and Chris (of Bringing up Bobby fame) called me recently asking for input about some research they were doing on tithing. After a brief chat and some catching up they asked if I would be on their … Continue reading

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The Picture of Dorian Gray

I read this book on a recommendation. Allow me to add to that endorsement: I enjoyed it thoroughly. The premise of the book is simple: our lives, our character and actions, are imprinted on our visage as we age. This … Continue reading

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The Three Musketeers

The Three Musketeers by Dumas started off great; a young man with a chip on his shoulder dreams of becoming one of the king’s musketeers. Lucky for him, short-tempers were in fashion. One by one he meets the Three Musketeers … Continue reading

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Unabridged: Les Misérables

Les Misérables is a story written by the French novelist Victor Hugo in 1862. It is set in the years following the French Revolution, and details the story of a released convict from the day of his release until his … Continue reading

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Stranded in Denver

The only reason I’m in Denver is to get to Chicago. I was on the plane to O’hare, the luggage was getting packed onto the plane, when a disconcerting beep begins to play over the loudspeaker. The captain comes on … Continue reading

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Eats, Shoots and Leaves

I love British writing. While I can’t say the same for music, their authors are top notch. Perhaps it’s only because we get the best of their work sent over here, but I think it’s more than that. Even the … Continue reading

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Ivanhoe was written by Sir Walter Scott in 1819. It is set in 12th century England when king Richard was returning from the crusades and prince John was attempting to usurp his throne. Ivanhoe is perhaps the best knight that … Continue reading

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Web Design Business

After long deliberation I have decided to start a web design business. I have been making websites for pay since this summer and the experience has been positive for me and my customers, so I have decided to expand. You … Continue reading

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Rethinking Reading and The Darksword I

I recently decided that my reading was a bit haphazard. After completing a list of must-read of books I was left to my own devices trying to discover profitable reading material from the vast storehouse of literature. That was frustrating, … Continue reading

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