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For Men Only by Shaunti Feldhahn
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Elijah, Steps to a life of power by Bob Saffrin
Elijah, Steps to a life of power
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The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Wow. Freaking wow.

What an author Dostoevsky was! How captivating and enchanting and incredibly intriguing his characters are! They jump off the pages and seem like long lost friends or family members whom you knew deeply at some point but haven't see
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This Present Darkness by Frank E. Peretti
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Walk in the Light & Twenty-Three Tales by Leo Tolstoy
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Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller
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The Keeper by Ted Dekker
The Keeper: A Short Story Prequel to Forbidden
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Evolution of the Word by Marcus J. Borg
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“I want to encourage you to reject any form of pump-you-up sermons that are only a veiled way of telling you to die again the death that Jesus died for you. Don’t spend time killing off the life Jesus gave you. There’s a word for that—Gnosticism”
Blaise Foret, It is Finished: Why you can quit religion and trust in Jesus

“Christ has swallowed you up in His life and death. Your life is now hidden with Christ inside of the Ocean of God’s love for all humanity. This is who you are.”
Blaise Foret, It is Finished: Why you can quit religion and trust in Jesus

“somewhere along the way, we have definitely lost these gems; we started to swallow a different view of God that seems to be more like Zeus and a different gospel that emphasizes what we must do rather than what He has done!”
Blaise Foret, It is Finished: Why you can quit religion and trust in Jesus

“Jesus did the job that you couldn’t do, and He is faithful to keep you. You didn’t save yourself, and you can’t keep yourself saved. You are a Son and not a slave. You don’t owe God anything; absolutely nothing. You never did. He was never banking on you to make up for your failures and faults. He took care of those long before you ever realized it.”
Blaise Foret, It is Finished: Why you can quit religion and trust in Jesus

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“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.”
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