Book Review: Are We Living in the End Times? By Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins

BOOK DESCRIPTION (FROM THE BACK OF THE BOOK) 27 PERCENT OF THE BIBLE IS DEVOTED TO PROPHECY. But most of us don’t focus 27 percent of our personal Bible study on prophecy.  Why?  We’re confused.  Or intimidated.  Or both.  This book takes away the mystery ~ and the intimidation. From the creators of the Left [...]

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Religious Civility, Where Has It Gone?

It’s been a couple of days since Resurrection Sunday (Easter to some) and I’m finally in a place where I can write this post without getting teary~eyed… On Sunday morning, I woke up and checked up on all my people like I normally do.  I sent out “Happy Resurrection Sunday” messages to a few friends [...]

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Book Review: The Gospel According to Lost by Chris Seay

To say that Lost is a phenomenon would be an understatement. Over the last 6 seasons, I’ve watched and listened as viewers have followed the trials of their favorite island castaways and with the final season just beginning, it seemed appropriate for me to review The Gospel According to Lost by Chris Seay. As many [...]

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Book Review: Broken Angel by Sigmund Brouwer

Broken Angel is set in the future where the United States has been divided in 2: the United States, a secular nation, and Appalachia, a land run by religious fundamentalists. In Appalachia, reading is a crime, citizens are drugged and those who break the laws are sent to slave labor camps. At the center of [...]

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Sometimes a Fly is Just a Fly

I remember many years ago during my undergraduate studies I was taking a religion course with a wonderful instructor who had a pretty good knowledge of various religious backgrounds. During the course of the class, he discovered that I had been raised Church of God in Christ and, for whatever reason, this amused him greatly. [...]

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Book Review: Green: The Beginning and the End by Ted Dekker

I’ve had a difficult time writing the review for this book… Green: The Beginning and the End by Ted Dekker is probably one of my least favorite books. I’m not sure if I dislike it because I’m not a big fantasy fan or if it’s because I had a hard time getting into the story, [...]

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Book Review: Kabul 24 by Henry O. Arnold and Ben Pearson

Kabul 24 tells the story of eight Westerners and their sixteen Muslim co-workers and their three-month long imprisonment by the Taliban in Afghanistan. For three months in 2001, the twenty-four members of Shelter Now International (SNI) are held hostage in the days leading up to the September 11th attacks. This book recounts their interrogations, the [...]

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