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Good Faith by David Kinnaman
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Parts of this book are pure gold, really framing important cultural debates that exist for Christ followers. Chief among those parts are the sections on sexuality. Other parts have trouble taking the Barna research beyond the tables that one could re ...more
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The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
The Goldfinch
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Moments of pure genius followed by deserts of rambling. If it were only 400 pages this is a masterpiece.
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Stalin's Daughter by Rosemary Sullivan
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Just an unbelievable life. Worth the read for no other reason. Begs the question of why we see the world the way we do.
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King Leopold's Ghost by Adam Hochschild
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The most overwhelming chapter in this book makes a pint and asks a question. The point: the Congo wasn't all that much worse than any other colonized country in 19th century Africa. The question: did the few who spoke out make a difference in the end ...more
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Victor Hugo
“It is a terrible thing to be happy! How pleased we are with it! How all-sufficient we think it! How, being in possession of the false aim of life, happiness, we forget the true aim, duty!”
Victor Hugo, Les Misérables

Leo Tolstoy
“These loaves, pigeons, and two little boys seemed unearthly. It all happened at the same time: a little boy ran over to a pigeon, glancing over at Levin with a smile; the pigeon flapped its wings and fluttered, gleaming in the sunshine among the snowdust quivering in the air, while the smell of freshly baked bread was wafted out of a little window as the loaves were put out. All this together was so extraordinarily wonderful that Levin burst out laughing and crying for joy.”
Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

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