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Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus

Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus

On 7/6 Jim Fields wrote: Nabeel Qureshi penned Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus to chronicle his life as a Muslim and his conversion to Christianity. In so doing he gave us a great key to better understanding Islam as well as a call to evaluate our own religious beliefs. Mr. Qureshi spends the first several chapters chronicling ... A Review of Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus

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4 Stars

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Love & Respect in the Family

Love & Respect in the Family

On 2/25 Jim Fields wrote: Love and Respect Ministries says this about Dr. Emerson Eggerichs’ Love & Respect in the Family : “Psychological studies affirm what the Bible has always said: children need the love that God tells us to give them (Titus 2:4). And parents desire the respect that Scripture plainly says is our due ... Review: Love and Respect in the Family

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5 Stars

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Death By Living

Death By Living

On 11/21 Jim Fields wrote: N. D. Wilson wrote Death by Living to remind each of us that to truly live we must recognize that we are dying. The subtitle is “Life is meant to be spent,” and the tagline describes this as a “poetic portrait of faith, futility, and the joy of this mortal life.” (Poetic indeed.) The crux of ... A Review of N. D. Wilson’s Death by Living

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2 Stars

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Peace Be with You

Peace Be with You

On 8/23 Jim Fields wrote: One of the many divisions in 21st Century America stems from life-changing attacks we suffered on 9/11/01: how do we now live in this age of the War on Terror? The answers are as varied as the religious and political beliefs we each hold onto. In the wake of the ten-year anniversary of 9/11, religious ... Book Review: Peace Be With You

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2 Stars

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After the Hangover

After the Hangover

On 7/28 Jim Fields wrote: A review of After the Hangover: The Conservatives Road to Recovery by R. Emmett Tyrrell This review is part of Thomas Nelson’s BookSneeze program. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for this independent and unbiased review. Mr. Tyrrell explores the past, present, and future of American ... A Disappointing Road: A Book Review

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2 Stars

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Green

Green

On 3/18 Jim Fields wrote: In 2004, Ted Dekker completed an unusual feat when he released Black, Red, and White. The tag line was “Three novels. Two Worlds. One story.” The Circle Trilogy, as it came to be known as, cemented Dekker as my favorite author. Now, he’s pushed the boundaries again. While Black, Red, and White ... A Review of Ted Dekker's Green

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3 Stars

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The Kingdom of the Occult

The Kingdom of the Occult

On 11/2 Jim Fields wrote: Seemingly out of the blue a co-worker struck up a conversation with me about ouija boards and provided links to several stories online. Frankly, those stories give me goose bumps. That’s one of the many reasons why I’m grateful for The Kingdom of the Occult. This is the follow-up volume Martin intended ... Review of The Kingdom of the Occult

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5 Stars

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