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The Unbelievers in the Age of Darwinolutionism (Book) - 12/2/2008 5:04:56 PM
“Do you know what remained with me above all and had a REAL impact on my life after reading ‘The Unbelievers’? The awareness of the presence of the ‘God Forces’… it just brought such a new awareness of the Holy Spirit’s constant Presence and protection to me. It has helped me more than once to not feel blue and lonely… helped me to visualise those heavenly musicians and spiritual guardians around me and to ‘experience’ in a very real way the comfort of an unseen but certain heavenly host.” - Stella Lowrens, Business College Teacher, Sth Africa “A beautiful adventure/love story, beautifully told, which should entertain and uplift believing and unbelieving teenagers and adults.” - Name supplied “This story in a unique way is a metaphor for the sort of adventure that belief in God should bring into one’s life. I love it. When it comes out I certainly will be buying copies as gifts for my nephews and nieces.” - Name supplied

Australian Anzac Culture (Article) - 8/11/2013 10:35:04 PM
Nice to know the Oz tradition is alive and well... Not sure what you mean by disconnected... We Ozzies do not go much on the American verbosity in books and articles. Keep to the point is our credo. Allow the reader's imagination to fill in any blanks. Good on you for keeping you cool under the Cockatoo's 'fire' and so saving you own skin. Just like and ozzie. Tom

Australian Anzac Culture (Article) - 7/29/2010 1:04:14 PM
Although the content seems in places to be a bit disconnected, Tom, I found your comments on ANZAC culture to be of considerable interest. As a military historian (although more specifically focused on aerospace subjects), I am well aware of the ANZAC contributions to the Entent Cordiale and its campaign against the Turks in the First World War. By coincidence, I had several flatmates while in Saudi Arabia who were from Oz (and NZ). Always found them to be the best mates one could hope for, given their refusal to be overawed by anything that smacked of pretense and their keen discernment of one's actual (inner) qualities right a the git-go. Although I came VERY close to murdering one of my mate's Cockatoos (he was a bloody nuisance!), I'm forever glad I didn't, since one night while we were all sleeping, that bird's screams woke us all up just before the flat was totally engulfed by a shorted-out wiring fire. We also had a foppish pommy flatmate who was an absolute wuse, but I fixed his wagon good one day by brewing American style coffee in his precious, pristine teapot, hee-hee.... (he never quite got over the shock of that treachery). Thanks for some interesting reading, Tom.

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