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J.R.R. Tolkien

J.R.R. Tolkien

On 9/14 Sarah Wells, MD wrote: Throughout my life I've enjoyed reading biographies of people I admire, and this is the first writer's biography (other than Lewis' Surprised by Joy) that I've set out to read. It is a short work, describing all sorts of interesting tidbits about the literary giant's childhood and Oxford years and romance ... J.R.R. Tolkien by Mark Horne: a review

Sarah's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Selfless Gene

The Selfless Gene

On 7/9 Sarah Wells, MD wrote: This book was far from the “reasoned dialogue” between faith and science that it purported to be. Rather, it felt more like an angry tirade. Mr. Foster seems angry with the Darwinian absolutists, angry at Young Earth Creationists, and angry at the proponents of Intelligent Design. He attempts to ... An angry tirade

Sarah's Rating:

1 Stars

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Healing Sands

Healing Sands

On 12/19 Sarah Wells, MD wrote:  I received this book as part of the Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers Program. It is written from the perspective of Ryan Coe, who left her husband and children out of frustration with him, becoming an international photojournalist. She has major anger management issues among other things, and ... Book Review: Healing Sands by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn

Sarah's Rating:

4 Stars

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Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain

Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain

On 11/20 Sarah Wells, MD wrote: Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain: Uncover the Hidden Potential in Life’s Most Common StrugglesBy Paul Meier, MD and David L. Henderson, MDThis book is written by two Christian psychiatrists who are also on faculty at Dallas Theological Seminary, and throughout the book they draw on their experiences ... Book Review: Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain

Sarah's Rating:

4 Stars

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