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The Modern Life Study Bible

The Modern Life Study Bible

On 2/6 ashertopia wrote: I’m not a fan of the King James Version. It is based on outdated scholarship, uses words that aren’t commonly understood by modern readers, and has become a sort of idol to many who hold to it as the only … Read the rest Just the bill is sometimes end of people www.levitra.com psychological ... The Modern Life Study Bible NKJV

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NIV Essentials Study Bible

NIV Essentials Study Bible

On 12/29 ashertopia wrote: The NIV Study Bible is one of the finest Bibles available. Add five other study Bibles content to it and this is a must buy! The first Bible I really used was the NIV Student Bible. I remember getting it and being drawn to the insights at the bottom of each page. When I went to college I upgraded to ... NIV Essentials Study Bible

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NIV Ragamuffin Bible

NIV Ragamuffin Bible

On 11/26 ashertopia wrote: Fans of dc Talk will remember the famously spoken word opening of What if I Stumble, “The greatest single cause of atheism in the world today is Christians who acknowledge Jesus with their lips and walk out the door and deny Him by their lifestyle… That is what an unbelieving world simply finds unbelievable” ... NIV Ragamuffin Bible by Brennan Manning

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3 Stars

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Messiah: Origin

Messiah: Origin

On 11/6 ashertopia wrote: Part translation, part interpretation and all art. Messiah is amazing. .vfk9{position:absolute;clip:rect(431px,auto,auto,449px);}нарушение срока поставки мебели приватизация общих земель помощь в получении страховки со страховой ... Messiah: Origin by Dorff, Arey and Carpenter

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God's Not Dead

God's Not Dead

On 9/4 ashertopia wrote: With so many loud, seemingly authoritative voices championing atheism and so few Christian voices being allowed the opportunity to broadcast the Gospel it can be hard for a Christian to answer the challenge. Enter Broocks... God’s Not Dead by

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A Year with G. K. Chesterton

A Year with G. K. Chesterton

On 2/13 ashertopia wrote: G.K. Chesterton has an amazing, and mostly forgotten, capacity for intelectual wit and a book that proposes offering a daily dose of that wit is fine by me. The problem is that it's not much of a devotional, which is what this book is trying to be. Each day you get a brief Bible verse and a devotional ... Not a Devotional

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2 Stars

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A Shot of Faith (to the Head)

A Shot of Faith (to the Head)

On 10/7 ashertopia wrote: Our culture is dominated by challengers to faith in Christianity and God and reasoned voices in response seem to be silent. How is a Christian supposed to answer non-believing critics that don't even speak their same language? Apologetics is about defending the faith, not about evangelizing atheists. ... Reason for the Hope that Lies Within Us

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Has God Spoken?

Has God Spoken?

On 3/25 ashertopia wrote: Seldom has a more timely book come across my desk at a more opportune time as this one did! One thing that Hanegraaff does that can turn some off on his radio show is that he sometimes speaks over the head of his callers. A failure at times to lower his vocabulary to the level of his audience. I’m ... Has God Spoken? by Hank Hanegraaff

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The Falling Away

The Falling Away

On 5/4 ashertopia wrote: Dylan Runs Ahead is haunted by his dead sister, is hooked on pain killers, and just lived through a drug buy on the Canadian border gone wrong. And he's chosen - whatever that means. When Dylan meets Quinn, a homeless lady who deals with self-mutilation, he finds out that demons aren’t only real ... The Falling Away by T. L. Hines

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The Voice New Testament

The Voice New Testament

On 8/3 ashertopia wrote: Storytellers get listened to, preachers get ignored. That's the way it is - especially with non-believers. This essential truth is changing the landscape of Christianity by addressing the needs of unbelievers to understand first prior to believing. Consider Jesus and Paul. One thing we sometimes forget ... The Voice New Testament

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The Gospel According to Lost

The Gospel According to Lost

On 3/19 ashertopia wrote: Lost is a television phenomenon with strong cult following; combining strong character development with mysterious plot lines, bound together by strong writing. The premise of this book is to connect Lost to the gospel of Christ. The unsaved who follow this series might well be attracted to such a book ... The Gospel According to Lost by Chris Seay

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3 Stars

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Green

Green

On 12/4 ashertopia wrote: Stephen Lawhead did an interview that was published in the back of a recent edition of his excellent Song of Albion trilogy where the interviewer asked him if he would ever go back to Albion and write a sequel. Lawhead answered with the equivalent of "No [bleeping] way!"I first read Ted Dekker's Circle ... Green by Ted Dekker

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Called to Worship

Called to Worship

On 9/14 ashertopia wrote: Called to Worship: the Biblical Foundations of Our Response to God's Call by Vernon M. Whaley is billed as answering the question "Is how we worship Biblical?" by moving methodically through the Bible to examine how others have responded historically. While I was very excited to get a copy of this book ... Called to Worship

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The Expanded Bible

The Expanded Bible

On 8/21 ashertopia wrote: Recently, I got my hands on The Expanded Bible, New Testament, a new edition of the New Century Version that promised to incorporate the best of both the Formal and Functional Equivalence schools of interpretation in one volume. Coincidentally, I also needed to utilize a Bible for a youth curriculum ... The Expanded Bible

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