Eschaton: The Final Testament (or how Faith conquered Knowledge) by John O’Connor

Eschaton is the last revelation to ever be written for the Bible … and despite a degree of darkness, it has what might be considered a happy ending.

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Season’s Greetings: The Journey of an American Familyʼs Life  as told through Christmas Letters, 1966-2017

’18 Christmaslite

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After Heart Surgery

After Heart Surgery

Some thoughts following receiving a part from a cow.

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Bronx to Hell’s Kitchen

Bronx to Hell’s Kitchen

Reminiscences of Life in New York City, 1933-1955.

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Letters to Heather

LetterstoHeather

This collection is a series of whimsical letters to my daughter, Heather, who shares my concerns about inexorable population growth and the progressive depletion of the earth’s natural resources.

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The Value of Life

Have you ever wondered what value government agencies place on your life? You may be flattered to learn that up to now, as an average U.S. citizen, you have generally been considered pretty valuable. That may be changing.

1. Animals  2. Human  3. Death  4. Health  5. Devaluation

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Thank you, USEPA!

Thank you, USEPA

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