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The Ale Boy's Feast
Drab, confusing, devoid of a Christian message.........what more can I say but don't waste your money on the final installment of the Aurelia Thread. Definitely not fantasy on a level with Tolkien or Lewis.
Shadows on the Sand
Take one dead dishwasher, a missing waitress, a cafe owner with a crush on an emotionally damaged cop, and a self righteous cult leader. Center your romantic mystery around themes of brokenness, abuse, and healing and you have Shadows on the Sand.
The Master Study Bible
If you are looking for a study Bible, this has a lot to offer. With extensive charts and reference materials, this Bible is a comprehensive all-in-one teaching source. It would make a great gift for the serious, Bible student.
The Woman's Study Bible
We've looked at the bad, what about the good? What makes one Bible stand out over another?
Better Left on the Shelf
With so many Bibles on the shelf, does it really matter? What makes one stand out over another? Does being promoted by a well-known name mean it will be outstanding? The second in a three part series examines some Bibles that fail to measure up.
When The Lights Go Out
As we approach the tenth anniversary of 9/11, Max Elliot Anderson has written a new book geared toward boys ages 8--12 which commemorates the day and the hereos who emerged from that act of terrorism.
Biblical Translations Examined
A Bible is a Bible is a Bible...right? Have you ever wondered if the King James version was just an English translation of the Gutenberg Bible? What's up with all the translations?
I like books that include a section of discussion questions. They normally are well suited to a book discussion group or LIFE group. Deadly Ties; however, falls short in both its portrayal of a Christian response to domestic violence and in its character development.
The Ambition by Lee Strobel
Most widely recognized for The Case for Christ, Lee Strobel has penned his first fiction novel. Centered around four main characters, he intertwines their lives as he unfolds a story of corruption, faith and miracles.
Book Review of Angel Sister
Set during the Great Depression, the addition of a tiny orphan in a small town turns one family upside down as they find redemption.
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