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reviewed Religulous. October 03, 2009
Religulous
Bill Maher is no stranger to the religious debate in this country, and he makes no secrets of his skepticism of religion.  He often says he believes in the philosophy, "I don't know."  …
reviewed Catholic Priests. October 02, 2009
Catholic Priests
They serve in every just about every community across the land.  Most do not bring attention to themselves.  They are 25, 40 or 70 years old.  Typically they work 12-18 hour days and are …
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 Religulous. September 21, 2009
Religulous
Funny how the buzz around a person can be so ubiquitious that you know the name without having a clue on who the person is. Up until Religulous I had never seen Bill Maher on TV, and yet somehow …
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 …
posted a Quick Tip about Jesus Camp. September 08, 2009
Jesus Camp
This is really really creepy. Especially since the Christian Right is neither.
posted a Quick Tip about Jesus Camp. September 08, 2009
Jesus Camp
I'm not an evangelist, nor religious for that matter, so this movie creeps me out. Interesting to see the insider perspective though.
reviewed The Judges Chronicles: Rebirth of Sha.... August 31, 2009
The Judges Chronicles
The land of Shavron is a nice place, seemingly favored by God. But, because of its location, it has found itself in the middle when its neighbors go to war. Many, many years ago, the Holy One appointed …
reviewed Hey Ram. August 20, 2009
Hey Ram
   Bollywood films ( those wonderful movies from India) have the reputation of being mindless fluff--of being nothing more than pretty people singing and dancing while falling in and out love …
reviewed Secrets of the Lost Mode of Prayer. August 19, 2009
If you are one of the people who prays and prays and gets little out of it. If you are one of the people who never gets answers to prayers. If you are one of the people who wishes you knew how to pray.   …
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 Billy Graham and His Friends: A Hidde.... August 13, 2009
Billy Graham and His Friends: A Hidden Agenda?
Ms. Cathy Burns casts stones on a large number of people and organizations who have done a great deal of good in our world which certainly hungers for the kindness and generosity of others. I wonder what …
reviewed "Reviving the Lost Art of Naming the .... August 12, 2009
Carol Kaesuk Yoon In Tuesday’s New York Times Science section gives us a little meditation on taxonomy, or the naming and classifying of plants and animals.  It sounds dry and as stuffy as …
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
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 …
reviewed Eyes Wide Open: See and Live the Real.... June 18, 2009
Eyes Wide Open: See and Live the Real You
Eyes Wide Open ended up containing more content than I expected. Not for the steeped in church doctrine crowd, but a solid little resource for brand new baby Christians or seekers. Similar in content …
reviewed Eyes Wide Open: See and Live the Real.... June 18, 2009
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 …
reviewed The Disappearance of God: Dangerous B.... June 18, 2009
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 …
reviewed Eyes Wide Open: See and Live the Real.... June 18, 2009
Eyes Wide Open: See and Live the Real You
Eyes Wide Open ended up containing more content than I expected. Not for the steeped in church doctrine crowd, but a solid little resource for brand new baby Christians or seekers. Similar in content …
reviewed The Disappearance of God: Dangerous B.... June 16, 2009
Disappearance of God: Dangerous Beliefs in the New
My faith is simple. I can often see both sides of an argument and even though there is usually one side I support strongly, I do tend to try to be the peacemaker. So, why am I drawn to deeper looks at …
reviewed What Bothers Me Most about Christiani.... June 13, 2009
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 Eyes Wide Open: See and Live the Real.... June 13, 2009
Eyes Wide Open: See and Live the Real You
This book is well-written and very easy to read and understand. It uses examples from the Bible and from the author's life (and that of people he knows) with the focus more on the modern examples. The …
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