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Divine Vintage by Joel Butler
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I really wanted to love this book. The cover is beautiful, the paper and the font choices are great; the whole design is wonderful and appealing. However, I stopped reading it past half through. I just cannot trust the way a historian, who professes...more
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The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis
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How to Be Free from Bitterness by Jim Wilson
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The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis
The Screwtape Letters
by C.S. Lewis
read in March, 2014
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This time (March 2014) my youngest (10yo) and I are listening to The Screwtape Letters: First Ever Full-Cast Dramatization of the Diabolical Classic [With DVD] by Focus on the Family.

Always timely and insightful. Love it!
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Why the End is Not Near by Duane Garner
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I am little by little growing in my understanding of Postmillennialism. And the more I understand it, the more I love it. Christ reigns indeed!

I gave this fantastic little book 4 stars because it lacks an appendix with recommended resources for furt...more
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Hebrews Through New Eyes by Douglas Wilson
Hebrews Through New Eyes: Christ And His Rivals
by Douglas Wilson (Goodreads Author)
read in March, 2014
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So good. This commentary answered many of the questions I had on this Epistle. Pastor Wilson is a wonderful teacher which is something I really appreciate, because it makes it much more easier to follow the line of thought, the arguments, and at the...more
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The Four Loves by C.S. Lewis
The Four Loves
by C.S. Lewis
read in February, 2014
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Very good. So much to consider in these pages.

-This was a gift from my son Sants this Christmas-
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Bryan Chapell
“The reality of the ordinary progress of Christian understanding should not escape our notice: early believers "know no answers"; immature believers "know all the answers"; and mature believers "know the limits of our answers.”
Bryan Chapell, Ephesians

Elisabeth Elliot
“Christ is sufficient. We do not need "support groups" for each and every separate tribulation. The most widely divergent sorrows may all be taken to the foot of the same old rugged cross and find there cleansing, peace, and joy.”
Elisabeth Elliot, These Strange Ashes

Elisabeth Elliot
“To be a follower of the Crucified means, sooner or later, a personal encounter with the cross. And the cross always entails loss. The great symbol of Christianity means sacrifice and no one who calls himself a Christian can evade this stark fact.”
Elisabeth Elliot, These Strange Ashes

Justin Taylor
“Quoting Scripture texts is different than shaping a worldview around them.”
Justin Taylor, Sex and the Supremacy of Christ

Flannery O'Connor
“One of the awful things about writing when you are a Christian is that for you the ultimate reality is the Incarnation, the present reality is the Incarnation, and nobody believes in the Incarnation; that is, nobody in your audience. My audience are the people who think God is dead. At least these are the people I am conscious of writing for.”
Flannery O'Connor, The Habit of Being: Letters of Flannery O'Connor