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Mortal Continues Dekker and Lee’s Trilogy

As Forbidden’s follow-up, Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee’s Mortal expands the mythology and ups the action for an equally memorable read.

Romance Looks Different in Glamorous Illusions

Glamorous Illusions is definitely a cut above the average historical romance. And the best news? It’s the first of a series.

Ten Books Every Christian Should Read

Although not everybody has the luxury of enjoying a summer vacation, the season invariably lends itself to setting aside some time to read a good book.

Next Target Aims at Christianity and Islam

In The Next Target, Nikki Arana is to be commended for covering relations between Christianity and Islam in America.

Why Study Theology? Can't a Christian Just Love Jesus?
Why Study Theology? Can't a Christian Just Love Jesus?

"Can't I just love Jesus without getting all wrapped up in this thing called theology?" No, says Joe Thorn, because to really know and study who Jesus is and love him is theology. For more information about Joe Thorn, visit: www.joethorn.net. For more information about Christianity, visit: www.christianity.com.

  • Christianity.com via GodTube.com |
  • May 24, 2012 |
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Platt’s Devilish Satire Makes You Think

If Richard Platt’s As One Devil to Another is any indication, the stronger our faith, the harder Satan’s minions must work.

Reckless Heart Reveals Struggle and Success

Amy Clipston weaves a young woman’s story of struggle and ultimate success while also educating the reader about Amish living.

Some Bumps in the Night in Saunders Creek

In a day when ghost hunters and psychics are all the rage on TV, it’s nice to read a book that deals with spiritual oppression from a biblical perspective.

Secrets Weigh Heavily in Code of Silence

Code of Silence is less Crime and Punishment for teens as it is a compelling psychological study of the weight of secrets.

Special Delivery Ultimately Brings Hope

Just as Dickens addressed social justice issues in novel form, Kathi Macias tackles sex trafficking in Special Delivery.

Love and Espionage Found in The Discovery

The combination of love and espionage makes The Discovery a rare find: a novel with appeal for male and female readers alike.

More to Justice Than You'll Bargain For

Randy Singer’s superbly researched plot charges out of the gate on Page One, and doesn’t rest until literally the last page.

The Welcome Committee of Butternut Creek

Jane Myers Perrine's small-town tale is a big-time triumph of gentle humor, fast-paced plot, and wonderfully engaging characters.

  • Jane Myers Perrine |
  • April 11, 2012 |
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Titanic Plot Doesn't Quite Sink Silvery Moon

Author Tricia Goyer reimagines the Prodigal Son story, adds in a love triangle and sets it on the Titanic’s ill-fated voyage.

Rutherford's App Doesn't Download Well

The chasm between good doctrine and filler ultimately cripples Dudley Rutherford’s otherwise engaging book on Christlikeness.

Peretti’s Illusion Unfolds Brilliantly

Frank Peretti’s latest thriller, Illusion, is a brilliantly-constructed puzzle box of a novel—but one with a beating heart.

Blended Purposes Save Not This Time

Romance between two main characters cleverly become a crucial tool needed to outwit a potential killer in Vicki Hinze’s latest.

Coker Displays Poise in Interrupted Debut

In her publication debut, Interrupted: Life Beyond Words, 16-year-old Rachel Coker displays a remarkable amount of poise.

Modern Family Rings True in Heart Echoes

Every character rings true in Sally John’s latest. Complex and flawed, they’re just trying to live their lives as best they can.

Miracle for Jen

This is the remarkable true story of a family who overcame tragedy and learned to trust God's plan for their lives in a new way.

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