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    Author: John Blase
    ISBN: 978-1-4347-6465-2

     I just love a week where I receive not one but two FANTASTIC books in the mail.  I feel like Christmas has come early

    Author: Albert C. Bender
    Publisher: Outskirts Press
    ISBN: 978-1-4327-3578-4

    You Are Forever in Time, is a stimulating book that one will want to read again and again, forever in time


    Author: Stephen Hawley Martin
    ISBN:  10: 1 – 892538 – 52 – 0

    I think that this book would interest those who are seeking more validation that we are more than a collection of animalistic tendencies and material body parts. The overall message of the book is that our true being is Spiritual and therefore eternal


    Author: Valerie Farber
    Publisher: Falcon Books
    ISBN: 976-0-9816058-0-7

    American born author Valerie Farber, who now makes her home in Hashmonaim Israel, has penned an absorbing novel that you can easily get lost in. She has accomplished this feat not just by weaving her City of Refuge: A Biblical Novel of the Ancient Past expertly, but also by constructing a time and place in such a way that we believe every detail of the landscape is real





    Authors: Lenya Heitzig and Penny Rose
    Publisher: David C Cook
    ISBN:  978-1-4347-6748-6

    I greatly enjoyed this book.  I loved the daily prayers which were simple, perfect, and a wonderful way to connect to God before the start of each lesson.  So many times we forget our daily prayers and the very small one in the book often leads to more discussion with God.




    Authors: Lenya Heitzig and Penny Rose
    Publisher: David C Cook
    ISBN:  978-1-4347-9986-9

    Anyone who wants to both learn and feel Jesus’ blessing should read Live Deeply.

     



    Authors: Sharon Sebastian and Raymond G. Bohlin, PH.D
    Publisher: Virtual Bookworm
    ISBN: 978-1-60264-393-2

    The title suggests that Darwin is responsible for racism, but the arguments proffered in this book do not adequately, nor logically, prove that to be the case




    Author: Aaron D. Taylor
    ISBN; 978-1-934466-13-1
    Publisher: Foghorn

    I can relate to the Christian perspective of this work and can only marvel at the depth to which Aaron has delved in an endeavor to open the eyes of Christians and Muslims alike




    Author: Steven Gye
    Publisher: Clear Fountain Press
    ISBN: 978-0-9805698-5-8

    The Bible in all its splendor is not without its doubters. Many wonder if the true message has made it down to us in an unaltered form over these thousands of years. What if the truth was radically different, so different it contested the Bible at every turn? This is what readers face in The Night is Long.



    Authors: Amanda Spink and Steve Gye
    Publishers: Clear Mountain Press
    ISBN: 978-0-9805698-4-1

    Sometimes a book comes along that changes the reader’s life.  Occasionally its for the bad, but most of the time it is a positive change.  Something written in the book reaches out and touches the soul of the reader.  For me, Voice of the Mountain was one of those books.

    Author: Omar Rosales            
    Publisher: Llewellyn WorldwidePublications
    ISBN: 978-0-7387-1501-8

    I recommend this book to everyone who has wondered about our life here on earth and the hereafter


    Author: Ed Gungor
    ISBN: 9781416592556
    Publisher: Howard Books

    Interesting Answers




    Author: Charles T. Tart, PH.D.
    Publisher: New Harbinger Publications and Noetic Books
    ISBN: 978-1-57224-645-4

    The End of Materialism would be best read by those with an open mind and a natural desire to ‘know’ the unknown. While it is not possible for us to ‘know’ with 100% certainty there is some compelling evidence offered in this book about how to make sense of the world around/within us.




    Author: Kathleen M. Henry
    Publisher: IUniverse
    ISBN:  978-0-595-52412-9

     This book is a great read if you are one to question the status quo.  If you aren’t, read the book, and you might start to see things are not as they appear.



    Author: Kamran Pasha
    Publisher:Washington Square Press, 1230 Avenue of the Americas
    ISBN: 978-1-4165-7991-5

    For most of us, the beginnings of Islam is a great mystery. We understand that it is based on the teachings of Muhammad, but we know little of the man himself. This book is the story of his rise from a few believers to the great Muslim empire. 


    Author: David K Kortje’s
    Publisher: Parson Place Press; 1st edition
    ISBN-10: 0978656776: ISBN-13: 978-0978656775

     



    Author: Stephen Boerer
    Publisher: Oceanview Publishing
    ISBN: 13: 978-1-933515-24-3

    A novel that will ruffle a few feathers



    Author: Paul R. Finch
    ISBN: 978-9800739-3-5

    Paul R.Finch’s controversial The Passover Papers: Controversy, Myth, Fairy Tales, and Nonsense is likely to either dazzle you or offend you depending on your beliefs and perhaps even your religion.





    Author: Randal Rauser
    Publishers: Paternoster: thinking faith
    ISBN: 978-1-60657-032-6

    Probably one of the most debated aspects of ‘The Shack’ is its challenge to the traditional perception of God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit through the personifications of ‘Papa,’ a large African-American woman; Jesus, an ordinary-looking Middle Eastern man and Sarayu, an ethereal Asian woman.




    Title: The Fight Of Your Life


    Editor: Jeffrey Dean
    ISBN: 13: 9781601421104
    Publisher: Multnomah Books

    Summary: A hard-hitting, no holds-barred description of a modern teen’s life and how parents are needed more than ever.





    Author: Christopher J.H. Wright
    ISBN13: 97803102754566
    Publisher: Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49530

    A theological book that successfully wrestles with the Biblical issues that many place in the too-hard basket.





    Author: James C. Alexander
    ISBN-10: 1434381323
    ISBN-13: 978-1434381323

    For anyone who has ever been brought up in a fundamentalist background and made the “leap of faith” away from its tenets or for those who are still in the fundamentalist world but have their doubts then I think that James Alexander’s Stories of a Recovering Fundamentalist: Understanding and Responding to Christian Absolutism is a read that is more than timely but rather a bit necessary.



    Author: David Gelber
    ISBN: 978-0-9820763-0-9
    Publisher: Ruffian Press
     

    David Gelber’s ITP: FUTURE HOPE is such a strong thought provoking Christian Science Fiction novel that there is a danger in writing too much or too complexly about it.





    Author: Karl Trautwein

    ISBN-10: 0982027303

    ISBN-13: 978-0982027301



    There will be readers who see that the author has juxtaposed contrary verses from the Christian New Testament and this will take a bit away from Trautwein’s argument. But actually I don’t believe that the Christian verses are meant to do anything but to underline the starkness of the Quranic verses. The Islamic writings are clear enough on the subject. Do we accept the truth or do we hide our heads in the sand like an ostrich? This is the question Karl Trautwein forces you to confront.








    An indepth, thought-provoking description of how abuse occurs in a church environment, followed by easy to implement suggestions on how to resolve and minimise this abuse.

     






    Title: Searching For A Better God
    Author: Wade Bradshaw
    ISBN: 13: 978934068007
    Publisher: Authentic Publishing

    Wade Bradshaw addresses the challenges to an orthodox interpretation of God by a society that is increasingly redefining the role and morality of God.





    Author: Pam Davis

    ISBN: 13: 9781934068649

    Publisher: Authentic Publishing


    This short book describes the differences and similarities between God’s grace and gold.

     




    Author: Alex S. Key

    ISBN-10: 1419654748

    ISBN-13: 978-1419654749

    I had an affinity with this book.  Alex Key has done his homework.  His book, The Third Basic Instinct: How Religion Doesn’t Get You has a very powerful message delivered in a very straightforward way, citing examples from history, philosophy, popular culture and direct sources from the Bible, Quran, etc.  I found the book fascinating in that the author tackled religious farce on so many different levels but always starting from a basic point:  Our third basic instinct.



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