Tagged: Books

Review: Total Truth, Part II

In Part I, I gave my first impressions of the book, which were positive.  My first impression is giving way to a deeper appreciation for this work.  Although I am still only 1/8th of the way in, I want to report on what I am...

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Ancient Christian Commenary on Scripture

Man, this site is feast or famine – five days without a post? Anyway, I just started this program of receiving one volume every 2 or 3 months of the Ancient Commentary on Scripture series from IntverVarsity Press.  You know the deal, if you join...

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Two Books From B&N

I love finding decent books in the bargains section of Barnes and Noble.  This week, I found the followign two volumes, for $4 each. The Essential Neo-Conservative Reader, published in 1996, is an interesting edited collection of essays from the founders of the neo-con movement...

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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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