Bret James Stewart

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Bret James Stewart is an eclectic author. He is a poet, playwright, game designer, and author of both fiction and non-fiction.

As you might expect, he is also an avid reader. He enjoys fantasy, poetry, Christian non-fiction, environmental works, and mythology. His favourite authors include Tolkien, Christopher J.H. Wright, and pretty much anyone who has written Dungeons and Dragons material.

A Christian Druid, Bret James is active in ministry. He loves to hike and play Dungeons and Dragons. He hangs out with his feline pal, Petit-Leon Le Chronicleer du Fay, and they spend a lot of time listening to epic fantasy soundtracks and Duran Duran.

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Mar 5, Tales from Transylvania

Most people have brushed against the odd, the macabre, or the unexplained. These experiences leave those involved grateful to be alive, morbidly curious, shattered emotionally, or dead—but it never leaves them unchanged. Many of the stories depict such occurrences.
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Oswalt's book provides a history of the views of the Bible in relation to Ancient Near Eastern, promoting the contrasts between the two sources. He examines the ideas/concepts of myth and history and the problems these terms evoke, especially changin ...more
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Theologian and archaeologist John D. Currid knows his business, and his aptitude shines in this book. He explores the primary tropes of Ancient Near Eastern religions and compares and contrasts them to the primary themes of the Old Testament. He focu ...more
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Creation Out of Nothing by Paul Copan
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I like both Paul Copan and (especially) William Lane Craig. This book addresses the creation ex nihilo of the Bible. They defend the traditional (conservative) view of the Creation by God. The book is well-written and covers the traditional doctrine ...more
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Richard Horsley's well-written book is for all Christians, academics, and regular readers alike. He promotes a contextual understanding of Jesus' proclamation of the Kingdom of God unimpeded with modern accretions of philosophical ideals and ideologi ...more
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I picked up this book at a used book sale, and I am glad I did. This book is a winner.

The characters are realistic and enjoyable to follow through these snippets of life. The book is clean, with no sex and only a dab of foul language. Cronin's charac
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I greatly lament the implosion of exceptional talent and dedication.

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