Reviews by Clementine
On 8/1 Clementine wrote: The Gospel According To Jesus is written by Pastor Chris Seay. The book is very well written and easy to read. Seay presents an argument ala McDowell in "Beyond Belief to Conviction"...Why do we have so many that claim Christ but have no idea what it means to do so. Some people think that the only ... Gospel According To Jesus
On 9/17 Clementine wrote: thought provoking and heartwarming....this book makes you think while at the same time providing an escape. I had a hard time putting it down, as the story was told in an extremely compelling fashion. Purchase this book...you won't regret it! Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free ... New Book Review: Same Kind of Different As Me
On 7/14 Clementine wrote: Science. Religion. Darwin. Genesis. Opponents, Allies, or neither? I was hoping to get some good insights on the debate between evolution and creation by reading this book. Unfortunately, I was disappointed. Here's why: 1. The back of the book claims "intelligent, provocative, and highly readable". ... Disappointing point of view
On 1/6 Clementine wrote: In his new book, published by Thomas Nelson, Charles Stanley hits another home run. How to Reach Your Full Potential for God comes across as a personal, inspirational and meaningful charge to Christians. In a world where laziness and apathy reign, even among Christ-followers, this book challenges Christians ... How to Reach Your Full Potential for God
On 12/2 Clementine wrote: This book is not a Bible. It is not a complete work of scripture. The book is, rather, a collection of NKJV scriptures separated out into the 250 dominant "stories" contained in the Bible. The first thing I noticed was the appearance of the book: It is made to look like an "old time" book, worn, yet ... A great tool for any Sunday School Teacher - practically a 250 lesson Curriculum!