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Walking with God through Pain and Suffering by Timothy Keller
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Up, Up, and Away by Jonah Keri
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Enjoyable read. Brought back some good baseball memories.
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Angelology by Danielle Trussoni
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Fascinating story, a fine weave of fact and phantasm. At times a little wordy which bogged the storyline down a bit, but all in all a good book.
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I, Saul by Jerry B. Jenkins
I, Saul
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I found this to be a fast-paced read. The author moves smoothly between the two stories, one ancient, one new, and both compelling. I enjoyed the story and appreciated the author staying true to scripture throughout.
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Angelology by Danielle Trussoni
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My Bright Abyss by Christian Wiman
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This is not a book you read quickly, but in small pieces with time to reflect on what you've read. The author weaves the details of his pesonal battle with cancer into his battle with his faith. And within that battle discovers his own bright abyss i...more
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The Question That Never Goes Away by Zondervan Publishing
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