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From Peanuts to the Pressbox

From Peanuts to the Pressbox

On 3/7 Danielle Schleifer wrote: From Peanuts to the Pressboxby Eli GoldI'd be the first to admit that I know nothing about sports.  Which is sad, really, since I attended every single football game in high school, numerous soccer games in college (my college didn't do football - only soccer), and watched several basketball games ... From Peanuts to the Pressbox

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5 Stars

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Fearless

Fearless

On 9/8 Danielle Schleifer wrote: I wish I could say that I liked this book. At most it was an amusing read, filled with numerous anecdotes and little stories designed to make you feel good. And while I can see that this book may be helpful to some (a very few some, in my humble opinion), mostly I viewed this book as a complete waste ... A Waste of Time

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1 Stars

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In the Footsteps of Paul

In the Footsteps of Paul

On 9/4 Danielle Schleifer wrote: This book was designed to showcase pictures taken by a professional photographer of all the places Paul the Apostle is known to have been. As such, it cannot be defined the same way that novels or textbooks or other works of literature are defined, but must be taken on it's own merits. And this book ... Wonderful

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5 Stars

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The Noticer

The Noticer

On 4/28 Danielle Schleifer wrote: First off, I must admit that I really don't like this type of book. It is meant to inspire people by appealing to their emotions and other sentiments. Perhaps it doesn't work for me because it combines the appealing to emotions with the classroom lecture. The biggest problem with this book for me, was ... Not Too Bad

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3 Stars

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Christianity in Crisis: The 21st Century

Christianity in Crisis: The 21st Century

On 4/10 Danielle Schleifer wrote: My first thoughts when picking up this book were along the lines of "I hope this isn't too heretical." Thankfully Christianity in Crisis, far from being heretical, actually was written to combat the heresy promoted in the Faith and Prosperity movement led by people such as Kenneth Copeland, Benny Hinn, ... A Must Read

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5 Stars

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