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Suffering and the Goodness of God

When believers face suffering and hardships, the question they most often ask is, "Why?" Suffering and the Goodness of God offers biblical truths concerning suffering, as it challenges believers to emulate God’s grace when ministering to those who are suffering.

  • Christopher Morgan and Robert Peterson |
  • December 11, 2008 |
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My Top 8 Books of 2008

Mike Huckabee on How America Can Do the Right Thing

We ask Republican runner-up Mike Huckabee about Barack Obama's cabinet appointments, "vertical" politics, what it means to be pro-life, and much more.

Good Plot Twists Color Rhapsody in Red

Rhapsody in Red is a nice read for those who enjoy the genre, however, with some good plot twists and a satisfying ending. Academics will also appreciate Donn Taylor’s wry portrayal about campus life and politics.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • December 09, 2008 |
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God's Gag Reflex

Reading Classics - Mere Christianity

Unpacking Forgiveness

Only God’s Word can unpack forgiveness. The wounds are too deep for us to find healing on our own. Unpacking Forgiveness balances the beauty of God’s grace and the necessity of forgiveness with the teaching that it must take place in a way that is consistent with justice.

Flawed Characters Strengthen Jordan’s Forsaken

Unlike a lot of other Christian fiction, James David Jordan doesn’t stick to the prototype of “almost perfect” characters. They are flawed—and greatly so—which is one of the book’s strongest points. The plot is also enjoyable.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • December 02, 2008 |
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Jesus and the Feminists: Who Do They Say That He Is?

The feminist movement has affected every aspect of political and social America, and Christians are becoming increasingly aware of how this movement has impacted the church. Now, author Margaret Kostenberger explains and critiques the various feminist interpretations of Jesus...

  • Margaret Elizabeth Kostenberger |
  • November 27, 2008 |
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Audience of One

Girzone’s Joshua’s Family an Awkward, Clichéd Follow-Up

Just as it was in his previous book, Joseph F. Girzone’s dialogue is awkward in Joshua’s Family. Children talk like adults—uncomfortable, self-conscious with little social skills. And many of the plot points are clichéd and unbelievable.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 25, 2008 |
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Tales from the Dad Side Sheds Positive Light on Fatherhood

In his witty and creative way, author Steve Doocy shows parents how they can make a difference, even when they feel inadequate...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • November 24, 2008 |
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10 Tips to Read More and Read Better

The Leadership Dynamic

How does the church develop and deploy ever-increasing waves of church leaders? How to Christian men resume their roles as society’s leaders as well? With its three-pronged approach to leadership development, this book guides readers through a time-tested paradigm that works in real life and is fully grounded in Scripture.

  • Harry L. Reeder with Rod Gragg |
  • November 20, 2008 |
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Reading Classics Together

Bronleewe’s August Adams Follow-up a Page-turner

If you enjoyed Illuminated, you’ll enjoy the short, fast-paced chapters of Matt Bronleewe’s House of Wolves, the second in the “August Adams Adventure” series. It’s bound to keep readers turning pages well into the night.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 18, 2008 |
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Worldliness—the cravings of sinful man, the lust of his eyes, and the boasting of what he has or does—actively opposes God and the truth of His Word. How, then, can a believer relate to the world without being seduced by its system? Pastor C. J. Mahaney introduces the answer.

Readers Taken Inside Shakers' World in The Outsider

Fans of Bodie Thoene and Janet Oke will most enjoy The Outsider, which is also appropriate for teenagers. Homeschooling parents might even consider using it as a springboard for a project about the Shakers.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 11, 2008 |
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Lost Innocence Offers Raw Glimpse into Sex Trade

The Road of Lost Innocence narrates Somaly Mam’s terrifying journey from sexual slavery to rescuing others caught in the same trade. She shows readers a world they have never seen—but simply can’t ignore.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • November 08, 2008 |
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