Reviews by amngilbert
On 5/12 amngilbert wrote: There are many books that take on the topic of Jesus’ resurrection. Most are written to Christians for apologetic use and are rather academic in tone and style. Raised –written by Jonathan K. Dodson and Brad Watson– approaches the subject of the resurrection with honesty and a conversational tone ... Book Review: Raised- Finding Jesus by Doubting the Resurrection
On 4/30 amngilbert wrote: Mondays with My Old Pastor tells the story of a young but burnt out pastor in need of Spiritual renewal. The title and the artwork on the cover really grabbed my attention and I was excited to get this book, which had many great reviews. Unfortunately the story, written by Jose Luis Navajo, did not meet ... Mondays with My Old Pastor: It’s Not What It Seems
On 11/28 amngilbert wrote: I was excited to get this book because I thought that it would be great to have a good cookbook with a Christian theme to it. Honesty, I was disappointed on both accounts. Cooking is a big time hobby of mine. I love to cook and I try lots of new recipes and foreign dishes are my favorite. This book ... Share the Bounty, or better yet, don’t: A book review for Share the Bounty Finding God’s Grace through the Spirit of Hospitality By Benita Long 28 Wednesday Nov 2012
On 10/26 amngilbert wrote: Michael J. Cusick is an ordained minister, spiritual director, and Licensed Professional Counselor at Restoring the Soul ministries in Golden, Colorado. In his book, Surfing for GOD, Cusick gives some disheartening statistics: * 25% of search engine requests are for pornography – 68 million per day * ... Book Review: "Surfing for God: Discovering the Divine Desire Beneath Sexual Struggle" By Michael Cusick
On 10/1 amngilbert wrote: I recently read John MacArthurs book The Truth About the Lordship of Christ. This book is broken into six chapters dealing with various aspects of the subject of the Lordship of Jesus Christ in the lives of believers. MacArthur aims to show through scripture that GOD has complete sovereignty over all ... A Slow, rocky start with a great finish.