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We Cannot Be Silent

We Cannot Be Silent

On 2/10 Chris Ho wrote: There comes a time where courageous people has to stand up against what is wrong, no matter what the consequence. R. Albert Mohler, Jr. think homosexuality and same-sex marriage is one example of such issues that Christians have to stand up against. Mohler wishes to show historically what has led to ... Tracing the How and Why Homosexuality is the way it is now

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4 Stars

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Parables

Parables

On 1/1 Chris Ho wrote: The teachings of Jesus that people remember most often are either the sermon on the mount or the parables that he has taught. Parables leaves a lasting impressions on those who listens to them, especially when they are used to shock the listeners.... One clear strength of the book is how Macarthur is ... Clear, Simple and Biblical Teachings on the Parable

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4 Stars

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Seven Women

Seven Women

On 11/10 Chris Ho wrote: What does a warrior, a rights activist and a nun has in common? Answer: They can all be accomplished by a woman. Biographies on women are far and few between. This is why I’m glad Eric Metaxas has written this book highlighting the lives of several accomplished women.... All in all an easy to read ... Informative and engaging

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4 Stars

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The Happy Christian

The Happy Christian

On 5/26 Chris Ho wrote: Should a Christian always be happy? Or morbid? Perhaps some might think that it is more “biblical” to be morbid that happy but David Murray has actually written this book to help christians be happy christians. In essence Murray wants to highlight the importance of joy and happiness in the christian ... Happiness and Joy Seen from a Biblical Perspective

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3 Stars

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The Skeletons in God's Closet

The Skeletons in God's Closet

On 4/15 Chris Ho wrote: Within the book, Joshua Ryan Butler seeks to address many touchy issue within the christian faith, but does so in a way that is not often seen in the current literature. The three big issues addressed within the book are Hell, judgement and holy war....I do enjoy how Butler addresses many of these issues. ... Big questions answered in a refreshing way

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4 Stars

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The Grand Paradox

The Grand Paradox

On 2/28 Chris Ho wrote: Each chapter was easy to read and understand and would be suitable for any christian. I do not have any particular recommendation for any age, but I would think this book would be aimed towards new believers or for believers who are very comfortable with the christian faith. Perhaps this book will help ... The Grand Paradox

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3 Stars

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Yawning at Tigers

Yawning at Tigers

On 7/25 Chris Ho wrote: When was the last time you heard a sermon or read something remotely close to God’s holiness? How about the last time prior to that? I bet that will probably leave you scratching your head for a little while. Now compare that with the love of God, i’m sure that would be an easy question to answer, ... Recovering the holiness of God

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5 Stars

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Ex-Muslim

Ex-Muslim

On 7/1 Chris Ho wrote: Naeem Fazal was a muslim serving Allah, but now he is now a christian serving the Lord Jesus Christ, and this book is his story how his life has been changed. Naeem Fazal certainly lived a unique life, though he was born a Pakistani, he lived in Kuwait. And through many divine interventions came to ... Book Review – Ex-Muslim (8/7)

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3 Stars

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