Tom Brennan



Average rating: 3.73 · 693 ratings · 112 reviews · 44 distinct works
Murder at 40 Below: True Cr...

3.52 avg rating — 125 ratings — published 2001
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Moose Dropping and Other Cr...

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Dead Man's Dancer: The Mech...

3.06 avg rating — 16 ratings — published 2015 — 3 editions
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Cold Crime: How Police Dete...

2.86 avg rating — 14 ratings — published 2005
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Tom Brennan's Random Thoughts

4.60 avg rating — 5 ratings — published 2007
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The Snowflake Rebellion

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Cold Crime

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Brooklyn Heights

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“The knowledge of the will of God is to know what it is God wants you to do. Wisdom is to know how to do what it is God wants you to do. Understanding is to know why God wants you to do it and why you should do it how you should do it.”
Tom Brennan, Schizophrenic: A Diagnosis of the Independent Baptist Movement

“The Boston marathon bombings, which took place on April 15, 2013, resulted in injuries to 264 people and the deaths of 3 people. In the ensuing police chase, one of the perpetrators, Tamerian Tsarnaev, was shot several times and run over by his own brother Dzhokhar. When the dust finally settled, the Boston funeral home that had volunteered to care for Tamerian’s body required a round the clock police guard. However, no cemetery in New England would accept the body. Weeks later, in desperation, the Boston police department appealed to the public to help them find a cemetery. In rural Virginia, Martha Mullen, sipping coffee at Starbucks, heard that appeal and said to herself, “Somebody needs to do something about that.” She decided to be that somebody. Through her efforts, Tsarnaev’s body finally found a burial place at the end of a long, quiet gravel road off Sadie Lane in Doswell, Virginia. Needless to say, when this was discovered by the local community, all sorts of controversy arose. The people of her county were upset, and the family members of others buried in that cemetery rose up in anger. Reached by reporters from the AP by phone, she was asked what her response was to all of the hubbub. Her explanation was simple. Martha calmly said, “Jesus said love your enemies.” He did say precisely that, and that revolutionary call echoed through two millennia of time to minister to a dead Muslim’s grieving family in Boston. Is it ministering to anybody around you?”
Tom Brennan, The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached

“Goethe’s apt description applies here: “It is easier to perceive error than to find truth, for the former lies on the surface and is easily seen, while the latter lies in the depth, where few are willing to search for it.”
Tom Brennan, Schizophrenic: A Diagnosis of the Independent Baptist Movement



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