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What's in My Library?

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • September 10, 2007 |
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Illuminated Makes for Great Summer Reading

Illuminated is a great summer read. It won’t leave you thinking for hours, but I’d recommend it to anyone looking for a Da Vinci Code-esque book without the anti-Christian overtones.

  • Brett McLaughlin |
  • September 08, 2007 |
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What Your Daughter Isn’t Telling You

Today's teen girl faces challenges that you may have never even imagined. What Your Daughter Isn't Telling You lets you see into her heart and offers biblical guidance for you to help her through this time. Read an excerpt from Chapter Two: Why Won’t She Talk to Me?

  • Susie Shellenberger and Kathy Gowler |
  • September 06, 2007 |
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Jane Austen’s Life the Focus in Just Jane

Jane Austen is the author du jour right now. And her novels, which have all been made into films (the latest, Becoming Jane) have sold millions of copies. Author Nancy Moser is the latest to tackle Austen’s life in her historical fiction account, Just Jane.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • September 04, 2007 |
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It’s Man Against the Clones in Mynheir’s Void

Man clones human beings. Clones rise up and kill man. (Another) Man must rise up and defeat evil clones. It’s a tale as old as time, right? Or perhaps the second episode in the Star Wars saga? Actually, it’s Mark Mynheir’s third novel, The Void.

Christopher Hitchens Has a Point

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • August 28, 2007 |
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Mercy for Shame-Filled Days

In Every Day Deserves a Chance, author Max Lucado unpacks Jesus’ delightful formula for upgrading each of your days to blue ribbon status: saturate your day in Jesus’ grace; entrust your day to His oversight; accept His direction. Read an excerpt from Chapter Two: Mercy for Shame-Filled Days.

Our Year-Long Romance with Jane Austen

It has become the Year of Jane Austen. Movies are hitting theaters (Becoming Jane, The Jane Austen Book Club), books are hitting shelves (Just Jane, A Walk With Jane Austen) and Masterpiece Theatre will run adaptations of all six Austen novels . Yes, she truly is everywhere—which has fans giddy, and everyone asking: Why?

Is Americanism the Fourth Great Western Religion?

David Gelernter’s important new book, “Americanism: The Fourth Great Western Religion” (Doubleday, 2007) captures, with all the zeal of a Southern Baptist preacher at a summer revival meeting, his understanding of the American Gospel.

Harry Potter and the Great Relearning

Fearless a Worthy Second Offering in Suspense Series

It’ll definitely be worth the wait to find out how Robin Parrish resolves the threads he leaves hanging at the end of Fearless, book two in The Dominion Triology. One thing’s for sure—it should have a place on any suspense fan’s bookshelf next to Stephen King and Dean Koontz.

Author Karen Kingsbury: "Evangelism Is My Gift"

Karen Kingsbury receives hundreds of reader e-mails each week sharing how a particular book helped them recommit to their marriages, extend forgiveness or renew their faith. It’s confirmation for this author that she’s operating in her primary purpose: to draw others into the body of Christ.

  • Stacy Hawkins Adams |
  • August 21, 2007 |
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Veil of Fire Draws in Reader with Anonymous Character

While most of Veil of Fire is written in third person, Marlo Schalesky, who has authored multiple historical fiction novels, has also written parts from a first person POV. Getting into the mind of this anonymous character (whose character isn’t revealed until the end) is powerful.

Lawhead Turns Familiar Tale on Its Ear in Hood

Take all you know or despise about the numerous renditions of the Prince of Thieves and bury them in a hole. Stephen R. Lawhead is out to make you believe that Robin Hood’s story is one of the greatest tales you’ve never heard.

One Little Secret

An invitation to record a CD with a hunky young pop star? It's the stuff dreams are made of . . . right? For Ursula Rhoades, a suburban wife and mom, one little secret is about to change her whole life. Read more from chapter one of Allison Bottke’s One Little Secret.

Girls Gone Wild, Boys Gone Mild

Wilson Does Not Disappoint with A Shred of Truth

Blending the high-stakes suspense of Dean Koontz with the historical sensibilities and mysteries of Steve Berry, author Eric Wilson raises the bar with his own pulse-pounding pace and style in his very latest—A Shred of Truth.

Divine Intention Exposes Today’s Church

Larry Shallenberger’s Divine Intention takes aim at today’s church. Part fictional, part devotional, it looks at where we are and where we have to go. It examines the early Christian church of Acts, and holds it up as a mirror to contemporary churches.

Hollywood a Reminder Not to Take Blasphemy, Idolatry Lightly

In Hollywood Be Thy Name, author Ray Comfort takes on the entertainment industry. He encourages Christians to say no to blasphemy and idolatry and send Hollywood this message: “You have used blasphemy in this movie, and you’re not getting my money at the box office.”

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