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When the Pieces Don't Fit: Making Sense of Life's Puzzles

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There are many "either-or" truths. Either Jesus' sacrifice on the cross is enough for the forgiveness of our sins or it isn't. Either we serve God or we don't. But what about those truths that seem like opposites? Is Jesus God or man? Do we have to be perfect or can we never be perfect? We are more comfortable when we don't have to live in the tension between two puzzle pi ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 1st 2008 by Discovery House (first published October 1st 2007)
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I'd just like to point out that this isn't by the same Karen Mason who wrote Summerset and Mad About the Boy, this is a different author.
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Karen Mason was born in London in 1971 and still resides there. She has been writing since childhood and won her first accolade aged seven when she came second in the Blue Peter 'Write a Limerick for Goldie the Dog' competition. Fifteen years later she came second in the now defunct Me! Magazine, 'Write a Blockbuster' competition with an early novel called Violet's Children. She first published he ...more
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