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Tim LaHaye

Tim’s Light Reading (3-1-2012): The Information Age, ISIH, Ron Paul, Religious Freedom, And The Minds Of Children

1 (of 5). The History of the Information AgeOne could do worse for primary and secondary intellectual history sources on “the information age” (depending on how defines that age) than those listed in this “FiveBooks Interview” with Nicholas Carr. Three of the books Carr recommends are, in fact, histories of some sort. Standage’s The Victorian Internet is number one on Carr’s list. 2. The Mind of Ron Paul I noted in the other post that I wasn’t interested in writing any more about Rick Santorum. But I didn’t promise I wouldn’t offer something on history and another contemporary politician. Read more