The Matrix: An Intriguing Look Into the Centuries of the Past

The Matrix of Western Culture: Perspectives on History, the Arts, and Ideas by Arthur Wenk   According to his bio, Arthur Wenk has been a jack-of-all trades in the academic world. He has been a musicologist, calculus teacher, and psychotherapist. He has written several books and public lectures ranging from a detective book series featuring … Continue reading The Matrix: An Intriguing Look Into the Centuries of the Past

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American History: History of the United States… by Andrew White

Being as I am currently studying history, I thought my first review back should be a history book. I was a little shocked to find this book was so short, especially considering the author claims you will learn everything you ever wanted to know about the major points of American history. I didn't believe this … Continue reading American History: History of the United States… by Andrew White

Overcoming Abuse God’s Way by Janet Marie Napper and Brenda Branson

It is hard to write a bad review because I know this woman overcame a lot, but I felt the book was lacking. This was supposed to be about bringing Godly wisdom to help in an abusive situation, and while there were reflections on God’s word at the end of each chapter, the book came … Continue reading Overcoming Abuse God’s Way by Janet Marie Napper and Brenda Branson

Review: Wisdom Meets Passion by Dan Miller and Jared Angaza

I decided to review this book because I had read Dan Miller’s book “No More Dreaded Mondays”, and I had been very motivated by it. I received this book with the same expectation of motivation, and I was not disappointed. Dan Miller and his son discuss how to incorporate what you are passionate about into … Continue reading Review: Wisdom Meets Passion by Dan Miller and Jared Angaza