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Must we run at a pace between maddening and insane to prove we're among the faithful? Is this really how the Prince of Peace would have us live? In this best-selling, classic work, Swindoll answers
Paperback, 304 pages
Published August 6th 2003 by Thomas Nelson
(first published 1991)
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Another good book by Jodi Picoult. This time she writes about an Amish girl who is accused of neonaticide (killing her newborn). Like Vanishiing Acts by the same author, it explores legal and moral issues within the setting of an Amish community. I learned a lot about Amish beliefs and their ways (as did the lawyer who defends her). And again, as with Vanishing Acts, this book is thought provoking. In a world of black and white, Jodi Picoult looks at the grey areas of life.
Charles Swindoll has devoted over four decades to two passions: an unwavering commitment to the practical communication and application of God's Word, and an untiring devotion to seeing lives transformed by God's grace. Chuck graduated magna cum laude from Dallas Theological Seminary and has since been honored with four doctorates. For his teaching on Insight for Living, he has received the Progra...moreMore about Charles R. Swindoll...