Tagged: Books

Total Truth – review

This past weekend, I was helping a friend clear off some land so he and his wife could build a home there. It was hot, tedious labor that caused our shirts to darken several shades and drip continously. That same day, I was also finishing...

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Total Truth Wins Award

Congratulations to Nancy Pearcey whose groundbreaking book Total Truth has just been awarded the 2005 ECPA Gold Medallion Award for best book in the category of Christianity and Society. This is by far one of the best and most important books I have read in...

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DVD Review: Veil of Deception

Rating:  3 of 5 stars Veil of Deception: The Impact of Same Sex Marriage on American Youth is a DVD from www.missionamerica.com, a Christian organization whose goal is to "cover the latest cultural and social trends in our country and what they might mean for...

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Matthew Fox’s 95 Theses

Matthew Fox, the well-known Creation Spiritualist, has a new book out entitled A New Reformation (not available on Amazon yet).  In it, he lists what he considers 95 "truths" that he thinks the church should return to, or emphasize.  They are worth a look, even...

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How Politics Guides Psychological Policy

Just came across this post which reviews the new book, Destructive Trends In Mental Health: The Well-Intentioned Path to Harm.  The authors argue that, rather than being guided by science, groups like the APA are being guided by political pressures, among other things.  And while...

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The Lion, The Witch and The Balance

I know, I am blogging a lot about the upcoming Chronicles of Narnia film, but cut me some slack, my personal blog’s name is The Wardrobe Door. Although the C.S. Lewis classics are loved by many sectors of Christianity, they, along with Tolkien’s Lord of...

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