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“The Confession” by Robert Whitlow (a book review)

“The Confession” by Robert Whitlow is a story of an assistant district attorney, Holt Douglas, who has a secret regarding a tragic event that occurred when he was a teenager.  On one track, the “confession” is related to this secret … Continue reading

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“Arms Open Wide” by Sherry Gragg (a Book Review)

“Arms Open Wide” by Sherry Gragg is an appealing book for several reasons.  It is a smallish devotional-type book that physically looks quite nice, with a hard cover and thick glossy paper.  In addition, the format of the book is … Continue reading

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“Love, Skip, Jump” by Shelene Bryan (a Book Review)

In Love, Skip, Jump, the author, Shelene Bryan, tells the story of how she stepped out of her comfort zone and said “Yes” to God.   She initially made a trip to Africa to assure herself that a child she was … Continue reading

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“No More Dragons” by Jim Burgen (a book review)

Some books start strong, make a great point, and then fade out or repeat the same point over and over. However, “No More Dragons” by Jim Burgen is not one of those books. In fact, I found the later chapters … Continue reading

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“Raised?” by Jonathan Dodson and Brad Watson (a Book Review)

Was Jesus really raised from the dead, and if so, what effect has this had on history and on individuals? These are the questions that the authors, Dodson and Watson, address in their book “Raised?”  The book is nicely organized … Continue reading

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“Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus” by Nabeel Qureshi (a book review)

Seek and ye shall find! Nobody was as shocked as Nabeel Qureshi, the author of “Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus,” to discover that his search for truth would lead to Jesus rather than Allah or Mohammed.   This fascinating book describes Qureshi’s … Continue reading

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“Futureville” by Skye Jethani (a book review)

In “Futureville,” the author, Skye Jethani, contends that the way individuals envision the future shapes the way they live their lives in the present.  He further contends that the way the church sees the future has a profound effect on … Continue reading

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