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Review: Simply Darwin

Simply Darwin By Michael Ruse In his new book, Michael Ruse writes: “No educated person today should be ignorant of the life and labors of Charles Darwin. In science and in culture, he is one of the seminal figures of all time.” The size of Simply Darwin—135 pages—makes it a good starting point for someone … Continue reading

Book Review: A Warrior’s Faith by Robert Vera

Ryan Job (pronounced Jobe), as described by his biographer, Robert Vera, is likeable from the beginning of A Warrior’s Faith–quiet and humble, yet strong and brave; the perfect formula for a hero. During Job’s SEALs training, he was singled out for an extra dose of grief by his trainers, but his attitude and enthusiasm made … Continue reading

Book Review: The Matheny Manifesto

The Matheny Manifesto: A Young Manager’s Old-School Views on Success in Sports and Life By Mike Matheny and Jerry B. Jenkins In his book, The Matheny Manifesto, Mike Matheny shares his thoughts on coaching baseball. I’ve coached youth softball for a few years, and have a few years to go. From that aspect I found … Continue reading

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