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reviewed O2: Breathing New Life into Faith. October 22, 2009
O2 by Richard Dahlstrom is a blessing in book form. Dahlstrom demonstrates that faith comes in two forms: inward (prayer, praise, reading the Bible, etc) and outward (charity, social justice, hospitality, …
reviewed Satan and His Kingdom: What the Bible.... October 17, 2009
Satan and His Kingdom: What the Bible Says And How It Matters To You
Satan and His Kingdom by David McCallum is a hard-hitting look at the prince of this world. McCallum sticks strictly to Scripture to explain just who Satan aka the devil aka the accuser, etc, etc is. …
reviewed Extraordinary: The Life You're Meant .... October 08, 2009
Extraordinary by John Bevere is subtitled: The Life You're Meant to Live. Bevere focuses in on the lack of life in the church today compared to the New Testament church. Our churches have become more …
reviewed Amish Peace: Simple Wisdom for a Comp.... October 06, 2009
Amish Peace by Suzanne Woods Fisher is a fascinating look at the source of the title. Fisher, who comes from an Anabaptist tradition called Dunkards, delves deeply into the day-to-day life of the Amish. …
reviewed The Diversity Culture: Creating Conve.... September 26, 2009
The Diversity Culture: Creating Conversations
The Diversity Culture by Matthew Raley is a paradigm changing book about how evangelicals need to address the world. Raley frames the book between two encounters: Jesus and the Samaritan woman at the …
reviewed If God Is Good: Faith in the Midst of.... September 25, 2009
Suffering (book)
If God is Good by Randy Alcorn is a stunning must read. Recent years have seen several books attacking Christianity, and much of the arguments against the existence of God are based upon the presence …
reviewed No Idea: Entrusting Your Journey to a.... September 24, 2009
No Idea: Entrusting Your Journey to a God Who Knows by Greg Garrett - Shelfari
No Idea by Greg Garrett is a striking study on learning to entrust your life to God. Garrett has a moving history of depression and failed marriages, so he has been through the dark nights of the soul. …
reviewed You Were Born for This: 7 Keys to a L.... September 15, 2009
You Were Born for This
You Were Born for This by Bruce Wilkinson is a intriguing follow-up to the best-selling Prayer of Jabez. Wilkinson wants readers to know that the Age of Miracles didn't end with the New Testament. Miracles …
reviewed Heaven and the Afterlife. September 09, 2009
Heaven and the Afterlife: What happens the... by James L. Garlow, Keith Wall - Shelfari
   Heaven and the Afterlife by James M. Garlow with Keith Wall is an indepth look at what the Bible really has to say about what happens to us after death, along with several accounts of near …
reviewed Christianish: What If We're Not Reall.... August 17, 2009
Christianish: What If We're Not Really Following Jesus At All by Mark Steele - Shelfari
   Christianish by Mark Steele is a book guaranteed to unsettle readers' ideas of what it means to be a Christian. Steele, a stand up comic uses his skills well in this book. Several sections …
reviewed Religions of the Stars: What Hollywoo.... August 11, 2009
Religions of the Stars: What Hollywood Believes... by Richard Abanes - Shelfari
Religions of the Stars by Richard Abanes is a well-rounded thoughtful look at the religions of celebrities and how they compare to Christianity. I've read other books that are a bit similar, but Abanes …
reviewed So You Don't Want to Go to Church Any.... August 03, 2009
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So You Don't Want to Go to Church Anymore by Jake Colsen, Wayne... - Shelfari
So You Don't Want to Go to Church Anymore by Wayne Jacobsen & Dave Coleman is a thought-provoking book creating a conversation about Jesus and the church. Jake is facing major struggles in his church …
Eyes Wide Open: See and Live the Real You
Eyes Wide Open by Jud Wilhite is a beautiful look at just how much God loves each and every one of us. This book was such a joy to read. Wilhite uses Scripture after Scripture to show the loving nature …
Disappearance of God: Dangerous Beliefs in the New
The Disappearance of God by R. Albert Mohler Jr is a stark look at how the church has been transforming into the image of popular culture instead of the other way around. Mohler tackles some tough issues …
What Bothers Me Most About Christianity: Honest Re
  What Bothers Me Most About Christianity by Ed Gungor is a valuable addition to the growing genre of books by staunch Christians discussing the hard parts of faith. Gungor translates his conversational …
reviewed Finding Faith in a Skeptical World. May 28, 2009
Chet Galaska's Finding Faith in a Skeptical World
Finding Faith in a Skeptical World by Chet Galaska is a first rate primer on the problems of faith. Galaska, a former atheist, comes at finding faith from the point of reason, explaining why belief in …
reviewed Ten Dumb Things Smart Christians Believe. April 25, 2009
Ten Dumb Things Smart Christians Believe
10 Dumb Things Smart Christians Believe by Larry Osborne is going to shake up more than a few readers faith! There are many beliefs that are consistent across denominations, but as Osborne points out, …
reviewed Experiencing the Spirit: The Power of.... April 10, 2009
Experiencing the Spirit: The Power of Pentecost
Experiencing the Spirit by Henry & Mel Blackaby is a short but powerful primer on how to recognize the power of the Holy Spirit and allow it to work through you. The authors give a terrific explanation …
reviewed Clutter-Free Christianity: What God R.... April 03, 2009
Clutter-Free Christianity: What God Really Desires for You
Clutter-free Christianity by Robert Jeffress helps cut through the dogmatic differences between denominations to get to the heart of faith. Jeffress focuses in on ten main points that are necessary to …
reviewed Apologetics for a New Generation: A B.... March 31, 2009
Apologetics for a New Generation: A Biblical and Culturally Relevant Approach to Talking About God
  Apologetics for a New Generation edited by Sean McDowell is a collection of essays about how the study and use of apologetics has changed and needs to change to be relevant in the 21st century. …
reviewed The Echo Within: Finding Your True Ca.... March 31, 2009
The Echo Within: Finding Your True Calling
<br/>The Echo Within by Robert Benson is a lyrical and thoughtful look at the quest to find your calling in life. Benson is a colorful character who lived a full life before finally discovering …
reviewed Fixing Abraham: How Taming Our Bible .... March 31, 2009
Fixing Abraham: How Taming Our Bible Heroes Blinds Us to the Wild Ways of God
Fixing Abraham by Chris Tiegreen is subtitled How Taming Our Bible Heroes Blinds Us to the Wild Ways of God. This book is a fascinating look at how the heroes that we study and admire from the Bible were …
reviewed Right Thinking in a World Gone Wrong:.... March 31, 2009
Right Thinking in a World Gone Wrong: A Biblical Response to Today's Most Controversial Issues
<br/>Right Thinking in a World Gone Wrong by John MacArthur is a thorough look at many of the dilemmas and issues facing Christians in today's world in a remarkable way. There is a great deal of …
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