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Please Send Me a Link to Your Article. Thanks.
Gary North
Maybe I'll share it with my readers. keep reading

On Canceling Your Subscription to My Q&A Site: It's Your Last Chance to Ask a Question.
Gary North
You paid good money to join my Q&A site, but you never asked a question. You threw your money away. But you can still get a return on your investment before your subscription lapses. Ask a question. keep reading

Isaiah's Job
Albert J. Nock - December 29, 2014
This was published in 1936. keep reading

Happy Thanksgiving! Only One Screencast Today. I'm In The Hospital.
Gary North - November 27, 2014
It's pleurisy-like symptoms. keep reading

Thoreau: Consummate Poseur of the Greens
Gary North - October 31, 2014
Thoreau was a fake. He has fooled three generations of English professors. He did not fool his contemporaries. keep reading

You Sent Me a Question.
Gary North
I really need to know. keep reading

A Free Movie on Higher Education -- Bollywood Style. (WWGT -- What Would Gandhi Think?)
Gary North - September 27, 2014
Nothing R-rated here. It's Bollywood. To keep from kissing, they dance. They do a lot of dancing in India, we learn. There are 1.3 billion dancers, with more on the way. keep reading

Creationism: Three Videos
Rev. David Hall - August 30, 2014
These videos were delivered as Sunday School meetings. keep reading

Missing After World War I: The Tomb of the Unknown Civilian
Richard Cosgrove - July 28, 2014
Prof. Cosgrove reviews a dark side of World War I. keep reading

Edward J. Young vs. Meredith Kline on Genesis 1-2.5
Gary North - July 26, 2014
What Young did to Kline in 1964 serves as a model of refutation. Rarely has any scholar been so effectively silenced. keep reading

The Trivium: Pagan vs. Christian
Gary North - July 15, 2014
Dorothy Sayers' 1947 essay has gaping holes in it. keep reading

Classical Christian Education: The Real Deal
Gary North - July 12, 2014
First, begin with classical culture. keep reading

Al Bell, R.I.P.
Gary North - May 27, 2014
He was one of a band of brothers. keep reading

Jack Nicholson on How to Write Books About How Women Think and Feel
Gary North
In As Good As It Gets, Nicholson plays an eccentric man who writes best-selling novels about women for women. (Men think: "Yes, he would have to be eccentric.") His character hates everyon keep reading

Elephant Churches and Rabbit Churches
Gary North - April 21, 2014
There are two church planting models. One is hopeless. keep reading

Teaching History: Legends and Facts
Gary North - April 05, 2014
We remember the legends. keep reading

Alexander Hamilton Doll--Trinity Church Wall Street Gift Shop
Gary North - March 12, 2014
There is something for everyone. keep reading

I Have Just Tossed Out an Incomparable Typographical Monstrosity.
Gary North - February 26, 2014
At age 72, it had to happen. keep reading

A Puzzle Called "History"
Gary North - February 03, 2014
The size of the puzzle stays the same. The pieces don't. keep reading

Gary North, Gary North, and Peter Teets
Gary North - January 30, 2014
Odd things happen is history. keep reading

The Norman Rockwell Touring Exhibit
Gary North - January 03, 2014
If you despise modern art, you will love this exhibit. keep reading

You Have Asked a Question
Gary North
You sent me a question by email. I don't answer questions by email. I do answer them on my forums. keep reading

A Pure Aryan Racist Who Turned in His White Sheet in Exchange for a Bibliography
Gary North - December 04, 2013
He has refused to identify himself. This, I can understand. He works for the government. keep reading

A Strange Eloquence: Phil Robertson
Gary North - November 23, 2013
Phil Robertson is the patriarch of Duck Dynasty. I love to listen to him talk. keep reading

Imposing Historical Order in a Brickyard
Gary North - October 25, 2013
Whose order? How accessible? keep reading

9-11: A Movie
Gary North - September 14, 2013
A movie can be rigged more easily than a book. It also can get highly focused information across far faster than a book. keep reading

Rhetorical Fluke or Providential: "I Have a Dream!"
Gary North - August 28, 2013
When the queen of gospel intervened, the world changed. keep reading

A Jew Who Is Baptized a Christian Is Still a Jew
Rabbi Yosef Cornfeld - August 12, 2013
An Orthodox rabbi explains rabbinic law. keep reading

Google and Firefox Are Blocking My Site Again. McAfee Says It's Safe.
Gary North - August 06, 2013
There is nothing wrong with my site. keep reading

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