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A Bride So Fair

In Carol Cox’s A Bride So Fair, you'll meet Emily Ralston, a young woman searching for independence and adventure; Stephen Bridger, a handsome Columbian guard sparked by the flames of love; and Adam, a little boy caught in a web of intrigue and deceit. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

Unique To Books: Cogency and Privacy

A Closer Look: Author Lisa McKay

More often than not, author Lisa McKay is on a plane bound for a new international destination in her role as Director of Training and Education Services for the Headington Institute. And somehow, while racking up the frequent flyer miles, she found the time to write her first book, My Hands Came Away Red.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 28, 2008 |
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Someday

John Baxter takes the next step in his relationship with Elaine, giving him a season to contemplate selling the Baxter house—and losing a lifetime of memories. They must now pull together like never before. Read more from Karen Kingsbury’s Someday.

  • Karen Kingsbury |
  • February 23, 2008 |
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Parents Remember Son's Life in I Would Die for You

Brent and Deanna Higgins’ son was willing to die for his faith. On a mission trip, the fifteen-year-old caught an illness that turned out to be bubonic plague. In I Would Die for You, B.J.’s parents lovingly remember his life and faith.

As Others See Us: A Fresh Look at Elmer Gantry

Christians especially have reason to regard Elmer Gantry with a jaundiced eye. The book’s fictional preacher has become an epithet often used by secularists against Christians, a kind of shorthand way of stereotyping us all.

What Readers Are Reading: February '08

What’s the best way to find out what books are worth your time? Why … from other readers, of course! Here’s what Crosswalk readers say they’re reading this month. …

  • Crosswalk Readers |
  • February 19, 2008 |
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Abraham Lincoln: A Man of Faith and Courage

In Abraham Lincoln: A Man of Faith and Courage, author Joe Wheeler brings the knowledge gleaned from over ten years of study and more than sixty books on the life and times of Abraham Lincoln. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

Culture Shift

Contemporary Christians are confronting one of the most complex cultural contexts ever experienced by the church. Connecting biblical truth with daily choices, Mohler asks and answers thoughtful questions in Culture Shift. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

Michelle McKinney Hammond on How to Make Love Work

Michelle McKinney Hammond’s latest book serves as a guide for nurturing a godly romance. In How to Make Love Work: The Guide to Getting It, Keeping It and Fixing What’s Broken, she takes a practical look at what it takes to develop and maintain a healthy relationship.

  • Stacy Hawkins Adams |
  • February 14, 2008 |
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Talk of the Town

The show American Megastar is the hottest thing on television, but its associate producer, Mandalay Florentino, is worried. She has just arrived in the tiny town of Daily, Texas, to arrange a surprise reunion concert for a hometown finalist. Only it turns out everyone in town seems to know the secret. Read more from chapter one of Talk of the Town.

Pagan Christianity

From authors Frank Viola and George Barna, Pagan Christianity is a thought-provoking exploration that uncovers many non-Christian roots in the background of how believers have worshiped for centuries. Read an excerpt.

  • Frank Viola & George Barna |
  • February 07, 2008 |
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In Review: No Other Gods, Culture Shift & More

In No Other Gods, singer/songwriter, author and speaker Kelly Minter speaks about the idols that hit a little closer to home. Al Mohler provides refreshing commentary on hot-button topics including abortion, bioethics, terrorism and a Christian’s response to tragedy in Culture Shift.

Lady of Milkweed Manor

Charlotte Lamb, a fallen vicar's daughter, hopes to secret herself away in London's grim Milkweed Manor. But once there, she is mortified to find herself in the care of a former suitor, a physician whom her father long ago rejected as unsuitable. Read more from Julie Klassen’s Lady of Milkweed Manor.

Newt Gingrich: Creative Conservatism

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich was interviewed by radio host Frank Pastore (“The Frank Pastore Show” on KKLA) on the conservative challenge and his latest book, Real Change.

Professor Takes an In-Depth Look Inside Prince Caspian

To say that Inside Prince Caspian is thorough would be an understatement. Author Devin Brown offers a chapter-by-chapter analysis of C.S. Lewis’ work, gearing each of his chapters to correspond with those of Lewis'. This significantly facilitates study.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • January 23, 2008 |
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Lang's Big Screen Looks at Films with Bible Themes

J. Stephen Lang, a prolific author perhaps best known for his Complete Book of Bible Trivia, has compiled a thorough look at films that deal with Bible themes or stories in his latest work, The Bible on the Big Screen.

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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