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Red Letter Revolution

Red Letter Revolution

On 5/20 Amy shore wrote: The idea that the actual words of Jesus should receive extra special attention and honor isn’t a new one, as the red-letter versions of the scripture attest. The authors believe the concept should be renewed in modern times. Referencing such topics as hell, economics, Islam, and women’s issues, among ... Format Derails Book

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1 Stars

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Dreams and Visions

Dreams and Visions

On 9/16 Amy shore wrote: Pastor Tom Doyle, missionary to the Middle East, tells stories of Muslims all over the world who have received visitations from Jesus Himself and these dreams and visions are leading them to salvation. Often, these people came from strict, devout Muslim families, and some were even Imams, mosque leaders ... Book Inspires Paradigm Shift

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5 Stars

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The Founders' Key

The Founders' Key

On 9/1 Amy shore wrote: This is a conservative and decidedly non-progressive look at the written works of the founders of the United States extraordinary ‘experiment’. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College explores the meaning and original intent of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence and their interlocking ... Must Read For Political Scholars

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4 Stars

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The Future Door

The Future Door

On 2/29 Amy shore wrote: In volume 2 of this Sherlock Holmes knockoff for kids, Griffen Sharpe is deemed “the world’s most secret detective” and he and his uncle Rupert Snodgrass find themselves travelling through time through the use of a time machine in the form of a teapot invented by the uncle to battle the ever evil ... The Future Door: A Mixed Review

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3 Stars

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Rumors of God

Rumors of God

On 8/2 Amy shore wrote: Two friends who met in the southern hemisphere, and now have successful ministries in North America, deliver their own take on how the modern church can find God in the middle of today's culture. Looking in all the wrong places is the first barrier, they explain, and Jon Tyson and Darren Whitehead have, ... Rumors of God Creates Hunger

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4 Stars

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Be the People

Be the People

On 7/5 Amy shore wrote: Review for BE THE PEOPLE By Carol M. Swain, PhD Clarion Call to American Roots Carol M Swain, PhD is a black woman. She grew up in a shack in the south with no indoor plumbing. She is now a professor at Vanderbuilt University, and professional speaker and activist. She has a voice worth listening to. With ... A Clarion Call to American Roots

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5 Stars

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Jesus, My Father, The CIA, and Me

Jesus, My Father, The CIA, and Me

On 6/7 Amy shore wrote: If you’ve read any of Cron’s other books, this memoir will knock your socks off. If you haven’t, then reading this will make you want to read more. Having a dad who worked for the CIA without your knowing it is one thing, but having an alcoholic dad is another thing entirely. Cron issues a disclaimer ... Cron's Memoir Knocks Your Socks Off

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5 Stars

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The Book that Made Your World

The Book that Made Your World

On 5/19 Amy shore wrote: Viewing Western civilization from his native India, Vishal Mangalwadi has no trouble seeing the forest for the trees. The scope and magnitude of his well researched study of centuries of documented historical events is staggering. Educated in Indian Universities, Ashrams, and L’Abri in Switzerland, ... Mangalwadi’s View from India is Breathtaking

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5 Stars

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A Conversation with God

A Conversation with God

On 5/13 Amy shore wrote: Review of: A Conversation with God By Alton Gansky Converstions with God Disappoints A book with the premise that the words are God talking to you scares me to start with. This is Mr. Gansky’s bold assumption; his book is a kind of an interactive Bible. He takes questions that he supposes the average ... Conversations with God Disappoints

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2 Stars

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Sabbath

Sabbath

On 3/14 Amy shore wrote: If seven is the perfect number, then the seventh day should be the perfect day. That’s the point Dan B Allender is trying to make in his book Sabbath. Far from the dry scolding I expected, Allender’s nearly scandalous prose paints a picture of a day spent in the delight of the presence of the One ... Sabbath: The Perfect Day

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5 Stars

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Finding Our Way Again

Finding Our Way Again

On 1/23 Amy shore wrote: Like the aging actor, fumbling lines he has long ago committed to memory, America’s sense of faith seems to have forgotten the lines. We’re in danger of being lost in a watered down soup that could only be described as Postchristendom. Brian McLaren, sounds a warning that is at once heartening comfort ... 'Finding Our Way' Illuminates

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5 Stars

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In Constant Prayer

In Constant Prayer

On 1/11 Amy shore wrote: This book is to the Christian’s prayer life what gasoline is to fire. In humble yet inspiring terms, Robert Benson carefully crafts a vision of perpetual communication with God among the Christian community. Benson outlines the history of ... Book on Prayer Ignites

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5 Stars

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William F. Buckley

William F. Buckley

On 10/13 Amy shore wrote: Lott’s biographical work on William F. Buckley traces his beginnings as a Catholic, and man of faith, and his political work in the founding of the National Review, the publication for which Buckley is most well known. He references his talks on The Firing Line, and draws from many of Buckley’s actual ... Rough Ride

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2 Stars

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Beyond Opinion

Beyond Opinion

On 7/27 Amy shore wrote: Best described as a themed anthology, the work includes topics by 11 apologists of our century who in turn draw upon the time-honored thoughts and writings of apologists such as Augustine, GK Chesterton and CS Lewis. The chapters contain some redundancy; still, the result is not the dry crackled stuff ... Winsome Apologetics

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4 Stars

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The Portable Patriot

The Portable Patriot

On 6/28 Amy shore wrote: The Portable Patriot –Documents, Speeches, and Sermons that Compose the American Soul Edited by Joel J. Miller and Kristen Parrish If you want a glimpse into the minds of hearts of the early American Revolutionaries that resonates with astonishing relevancy, this little collection throws open the windows ... Valuable Resource for the Modern Patriot

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5 Stars

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Will the World End in 2012?

Will the World End in 2012?

On 5/12 Amy shore wrote: The subject of Dr. Hundley’s work is the current apocalypse prediction, which is fueled by varied and sometimes intertwining theories, and has been more recently defined in the American psyche by the release of the movie, 2012. He cites a ‘prediction addiction’ which has spawned many a doomsday ... Timely book Fields Burning Question

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4 Stars

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What's in a Word?

What's in a Word?

On 3/25 Amy shore wrote: Have you ever stopped to think why we say the word “hello” as a form of greeting? Apparently it came from a phrase in Old English which translates as ‘whole be thou’ or ‘hale (well) be thou’. Web Garrison has done much of the leg work for us in his book What’s In a Word? Although ... More Questions?

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3 Stars

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