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Moment Maker

Moment Maker

On 4/21 thesometimespreacher wrote: Carlos Whittaker’s life is full of hilarious, awkward, and powerful moments. Whether it’s a bird feasting on his children’s just-released flock of pet butterflies, buying a round of drinks for a returning troop of soldiers, or humiliating a girl by being too romantic, Carlos Whittaker lives his life in the ... Book Review: Moment Maker by Carlos Whittaker

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Futureville

Futureville

On 2/27 thesometimespreacher wrote: In his latest book, Futureville, author Skye Jethani argues that the way we envision the future deeply affects how we live in the present. Our lives are guided by our eschatology – the way we view the end of things and the (if there will be one) new beginning. Using ... Book Review: Futureville by Skye Jethani

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God in Slow Motion

God in Slow Motion

On 1/23 thesometimespreacher wrote: What does God look like in slow motion? Does the thunderbolt in his hand meet halfway between the earth and sky, like real lightning? Does the furrow of his angry brow seem extra intimidating in super slo-mo? In fact, God in slow motion is Jesus in real life, and according ... Book Review: God in Slow Motion by Mike Nappa

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Death By Living

Death By Living

On 10/10 thesometimespreacher wrote: I haven’t read a book like this before. N.D. Wilson’s Death by Living is prose you experience rather than read. The cover image of breaking waves is an apt metaphor, not only for the content of the book, but also of the style. It breaks over the reader, engulfing him in words and narrative ... Book Review: Death by Living by N.D. Wilson

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Fight

Fight

On 8/10 thesometimespreacher wrote: In his forthcoming book, Fight, Craig Groeschel turns his insight and humor toward the issues that American men deal with every day. Using the famous biblical strongman Samson as a counterexample, Craig calls out the three primary sins that plague men today: pride, lust, and entitlement. Each of these, ... Book Review: Fight by Craig Groeschel

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