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Daddy Dates

Daddy Dates

On 5/18 Jason Cormier wrote: Life has been complete chaos and full on busy for the last month or so. Most of that time I have been working six days a week. So my normal reading has gotten behind, let alone anything extra. As a result this review is not going to be of my normal quality. Not that it ... “Daddy Dates” By Greg Wright

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5 Stars

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No He Can't

No He Can't

On 4/14 Jason Cormier wrote: I have been reviewing books for a few years now. This is the first time I have ever reviewed a political book. To be honest I try to stay clear of these types of books, but since this one was written by a fellow Christian, and about Obama, I thought I would check it out. ... “No He Can’t: How Barack Obama Is Dismantling Hope And Change” by Kevin McCullough

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5 Stars

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The Quotable Chesterton

The Quotable Chesterton

On 1/25 Jason Cormier wrote: Some books you get into your hands can be read decently enough. A few days to a week really. Then you have some types of books that you can read but only a little bit at a time. What those types of books are really depends on the individual person. For me a book full of quotes fits into the second category. ... “The Quotable Chesterton” by Kevin Belmonte

Jason's Rating:

4 Stars

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Nelson's Biblical Cyclopedic Index

Nelson's Biblical Cyclopedic Index

On 12/29 Jason Cormier wrote: The beloved Biblical Cyclopedic Index from The Open Bible is now available as a stand-alone resource, for use with any Bible or translation. With more listings than any other Bible resource available, Nelson’s Biblical Cyclopedic Index reference tool helps readers quickly pull together a thorough and ... “Nelson’s Biblical Cyclopedic Index” By Thomas Nelson

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4 Stars

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Seeds of Turmoil

Seeds of Turmoil

On 12/14 Jason Cormier wrote: “Seeds of Turmoil” by Bryant Wright covers one of the most controversial topics in both religion and politics today. That topic would be the Middle East Conflict. The approach taken by the author is one not talked about enough these days. The subtitle of the book explains said approach: The ... “Seeds Of Turmoil” By Bryant Wright

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5 Stars

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