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message 1: by Beth, Head Librarian (new)

Beth (bbulow) | 2335 comments Mod
You guys know the drill - share you current reads, reading plans, and reading wrap-ups here!


message 2: by Beth, Head Librarian (new)

Beth (bbulow) | 2335 comments Mod
Current reads:
The Truth Between Us (Bentwood #2) by Tammy L. Gray When Comes the Spring (Canadian West #2) by Janette Oke In the Middle of the Mess Strength for This Beautiful, Broken Life by Sheila Walsh

Reading plans:
Charming the Troublemaker (Mitchell's Crossroads #2) by Pepper D. Basham The Innkeeper's Daughter (The Bow Street Runners #2) by Michelle Griep Persuasion by Jane Austen Send Down the Rain by Charles Martin Far and Near (Haven Seekers #4) by Amanda G. Stevens

Perhaps one or two more, depending on how the month goes.


message 3: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth (lizr8900) | 207 comments I'm looking forward to my July reading as I'll get to read Dead Drift (Chesapeake Valor, #4) by Dani Pettrey and Thirst of Steel (The Tox Files, #3) by Ronie Kendig . besides those two I'm currently working on a few roll overs The Perfect Bride (Winds of Change) by Debbie Lynne Costello The Raveling (Age of Faith, #8) by Tamara Leigh Hidden Threat (Safe Harbor #2) by Connie Mann Deerskin by Robin McKinley and I'm rereading/listening to Together Forever (Orphan Train, #2) by Jody Hedlund . A few others I'd like to read this month are A Heart Most Certain (Teaville Moral Society, #1) by Melissa Jagears Now and Forever (Wild at Heart, #2) by Mary Connealy The Lady of Bolton Hill by Elizabeth Camden Steadfast Heart (Brides of Seattle, #1) by Tracie Peterson An Awakened Heart (Orphan Train, #0.5) by Jody Hedlund


message 4: by Loraine, CFD Momma (new)

Loraine (librarydiva) | 3215 comments Mod
I'm currently reading:
In the Field of Grace by Tessa Afshar

I hope to read:
Bread of Angels by Tessa Afshar Buried Secrets (Harvest of Hope #2) by Barbara Cameron Justice Betrayed (Memphis Cold Case #3) by Patricia Bradley My Heart Belongs in Galveston, Texas by Kathleen Y'Barbo The Fashion Designer by Nancy Moser The Hope of Azure Springs by Rachel Fordham Heart Land by Kimberly Stuart River to Redemption by Ann H. Gabhart The House at Saltwater Point (Lavender Tides #2) by Colleen Coble Called to Protect (Blue Justice #2) by Lynette Eason The Mysterious Affair at Styles (Hercule Poirot #1) by Agatha Christie Quail Crossings by Jennifer McMurrain Restless Hearts (Gold Rush Romances #1) by Mona Ingram The Pursuit of Lucy Banning (Avenue of Dreams, #1) by Olivia Newport Deadly Devotion (Port Aster Secrets, #1) by Sandra Orchard Touching the Clouds (Alaskan Skies, #1) by Bonnie Leon Borders of the Heart by Chris Fabry The Icing on the Corpse (Pawsitively Organic Mysteries, #3) by Liz Mugavero


message 5: by Natalie (last edited Jul 02, 2018 12:52PM) (new)

Natalie (creativecountry0407gmailcom) | 287 comments I am almost finished listening to Accused (Rosato & DiNunzio, #1) by Lisa Scottoline . I am also stil listening Bertie Plays the Blues (44 Scotland Street, #7) by Alexander McCall Smith l. I am planning to start listening to A Dog's Purpose (A Dog's Purpose, #1) by W. Bruce Cameron , Betrayed (Rosato & DiNunzio, #2) by Lisa Scottoline , and[[bookcover:Sunshine on Scotland Street|15774055]. I also want to try to continue reading The Forgotten Recipe (Amish Heirloom, #1) by Amy Clipston . We will see what happens/


message 6: by Hannah (last edited Jul 01, 2018 05:29PM) (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 868 comments I have Dead Drift (Chesapeake Valor, #4) by Dani Pettrey and The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond by Jaime Jo Wright in hand and am starting on Dead Drift....oh, my, y'all, the action!!

Next up is a possibility of any of these: Called to Protect (Blue Justice #2) by Lynette Eason A Defense of Honor (Haven Manor, #1) by Kristi Ann Hunter More Than Meets the Eye (Patchwork Family #1) by Karen Witemeyer A Daring Venture (Empire State, #2) by Elizabeth Camden The Hope of Azure Springs by Rachel Fordham River to Redemption by Ann H. Gabhart The Hearts We Mend (Banister Falls #2) by Kathryn Springer Louly by Carol Ryrie Brink Crimson Roses by Grace Livingston Hill


message 7: by Beth (new)

Beth  (canadianbeth) | 107 comments I am currently reading Wiser Than Serpents (Mission Russia, #3) by Susan May Warren an e-book borrowed from the library.

You will probably remember some of these from last month, as the l library still has yet to actually get them.

Blind Betrayal (Defenders of Justice #3) by Nancy Mehl Storm Front (Montana Rescue #5) by Susan May Warren Justice Betrayed (Memphis Cold Case #3) by Patricia Bradley Troubled Waters (Montana Rescue #4) by Susan May Warren Star Trek Waypoint by Dayton Ward Dead Drift (Chesapeake Valor, #4) by Dani Pettrey

Since none of them are even in their system, apart from being on order, I expect to be reading from my Kobo for the next while.

Beth - ;)
in Calgary


message 8: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
Currently reading:
Called to Protect (Blue Justice #2) by Lynette Eason Colors of Christmas Two Contemporary Stories Celebrate the Hope of Christmas by Olivia Newport Jeremiah (Bible #24), ESV by Anonymous Blue Skies Tomorrow (Wings of Glory, #3) by Sarah Sundin Beyond a Doubt (Rock Harbor #2) by Colleen Coble


message 9: by Staci, Book Awards Specialist (new)

Staci | 1911 comments Mod
This month I hope to read:

With Love, Wherever You Are by Dandi Daley Mackall Charming the Troublemaker (Mitchell's Crossroads #2) by Pepper D. Basham The Innkeeper's Daughter (The Bow Street Runners #2) by Michelle Griep Pearl in the Sand by Tessa Afshar Persuasion by Jane Austen


message 10: by Chantel (new)

Chantel (channylee07) | 357 comments ✧・゚: *✧・゚:* Currently Reading: ✧・゚: *✧・゚:*

Four Winds (River of Time California, #2) by Lisa Tawn Bergren


✧・゚: *✧・゚:* July TBR: ✧・゚: *✧・゚:*

Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon A Time to Die (Out of Time, #1) by Nadine Brandes Falling for You (A Bradford Sisters Romance, #2) by Becky Wade Dead Drift (Chesapeake Valor, #4) by Dani Pettrey Love, Life, and the List by Kasie West A Matter of Trust (Mia Quinn, #1) by Lis Wiehl Smart Girls Get What They Want by Sarah Strohmeyer The Saturday Night Supper Club (Supper Club #1) by Carla Laureano


message 11: by Staci, Book Awards Specialist (new)

Staci | 1911 comments Mod
Chantel, love the "extra" art you've added! :-)


message 12: by Beth (new)

Beth  (canadianbeth) | 107 comments I finished the book I was currently reading so decided to pick the one that corresponds to my age on my kindle list.

Awakening by Tracy L. Higley

Beth - ;)
in Calgary


message 13: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
Great job, Beth!


message 14: by Chantel (new)

Chantel (channylee07) | 357 comments Staci wrote: "Chantel, love the "extra" art you've added! :-)"

Thanks Staci! I found some cute emoticon designd on my phone!


message 15: by Sarita (last edited Jul 02, 2018 05:06AM) (new)

Sarita | 1378 comments Currently reading: The Innkeeper's Daughter (The Bow Street Runners #2) by Michelle Griep Pearl in the Sand by Tessa Afshar

Hoping to read:
Secrets She Kept by Cathy Gohlke Broken Wings (Second Chances, #4) by Terri Blackstock Lygos (Discarded Heroes #4.5) by Ronie Kendig Chasing Secrets (Elite Guardians, #4) by Lynette Eason


message 16: by Charlene (new)

Charlene | 352 comments I am currently reading:
Pearl in the Sand by Tessa Afshar The Shadows Where We Walk by Clare McIvor Crossing Center Ice A Christian Romance (The Callaghans & McFaddens Book 5) by Kimberly Rae Jordan

Would like to complete:
The Five Times I Met Myself by James L. Rubart Forgiveness - God's Master Key by Peter Horrobin Don't Limit God Imagine Yourself Successful by Andrew Wommack

Hopefuls:
The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck Courting Morrow Little by Laura Frantz The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill (Tales from Ivy Hill, #1) by Julie Klassen Ain't Misbehaving (Dallas Duets, #1) by Marji Laine Michal (The Wives of King David #1) by Jill Eileen Smith


message 17: by Kate (new)

Kate (liahonagirl) | 563 comments Currently reading: Two Scoops of Grace with Chuckles on Top by Jeanette Levellie Summer of the Midnight Sun (Alaskan Quest, #1) by Tracie Peterson
Planning: Just Let Go (Harbor Pointe #2) by Courtney Walsh Pearl in the Sand by Tessa Afshar Lilly's Wedding Quilt (Patch of Heaven, #2) by Kelly Long If I Live (If I Run #3) by Terri Blackstock Journey to the Well by Diana Wallis Taylor
Hoping to get to: Treasure Creek Dad (Alaskan Bride Rush, #2) by Terri Reed To the Moon and Back (The Baxter Family, #3) by Karen Kingsbury Atlantia by Ally Condie and likely a Hidden Gem as well.


message 18: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
I just gave my sister the entire Alaskan Quest trilogy for her birthday! It's so neat you're starting it this month too, Kate.


message 19: by Rachel (new)

Rachel So far, in July, I finished Imperfect Chemistry (Imperfect, #1) by Mary Frame (GM romance, not clean but PG-13) at 1 a.m. on the 1st :) and completely read Then Came You (A Bradford Sisters Romance, #0.5) by Becky Wade (all on the 1st) and Waking Up Married (Waking Up, #1) by Mira Lyn Kelly (GM Harlequin romance, not clean, R?) the whole thing today, the 2nd.

Anyway, I also picked up a bag load of library books today, several requested ahead of time and several right off the shelves, so in no particular order, here's what I hope to read for July (not even checking if series books are in order):
Accidentally Amish (Valley of Choice #1) by Olivia Newport An Amish Gift by Cynthia Keller The Cat Who Ate Danish Modern (Cat Who..., #2) by Lilian Jackson Braun Crowning Design by Leila Meacham The Heart's Frontier (The Amish of Apple Grove, #1) by Lori Copeland In Plain View (Valley of Choice #2) by Olivia Newport A Match Made in Texas (Archer Brothers, #2.5) by Karen Witemeyer Pardonable Lies (Maisie Dobbs, #3) by Jacqueline Winspear Stealing the Preacher (Archer Brothers, #2) by Karen Witemeyer Taken for English (Valley of Choice #3) by Olivia Newport The Cat Who... Omnibus 02 (Books 4-6) The Cat Who Saw Red / The Cat Who Played Brahms / The Cat Who Played Post Office by Lilian Jackson Braun Unlocked A Love Story by Karen Kingsbury Walker's Wedding (The Western Sky Series, #3) by Lori Copeland Wonderland Creek by Lynn Austin and The Cat Who... Could Read Backwards; Ate Danish Modern; Turned On and Off by Lilian Jackson Braun (I was trying to find the 3rd one by itself and couldn't--annoying!)


message 20: by Beth (new)

Beth  (canadianbeth) | 107 comments I read all of the The Cat Who years ago. I would class them as cozy mysteries. I miss them but there are no more.

Beth - ;)
in Calgary


message 21: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
Rachel, just a thought: If you would rate a book R, it's probably best not to share it in the group.


message 22: by Rachel (new)

Rachel Beth - ;) wrote: "I read all of the The Cat Who years ago. I would class them as cozy mysteries. I miss them but there are no more.

Beth - ;)
in Calgary"


I just started them in June, and right, I guess I would call them cozy mysteries.


message 23: by Rachel (new)

Rachel Andrea wrote: "Rachel, just a thought: If you would rate a book R, it's probably best not to share it in the group."

Oh...I will take that into consideration.


message 24: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
Thank you.


message 25: by Anne (last edited Jul 06, 2018 08:03AM) (new)

Anne | 28 comments Currently reading: Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy Tales Told Under the Old Town Clock by William Coates Borrett Polish Your Poise with Madame Chic Lessons in Everyday Elegance by Jennifer L. Scott .

Up next, among these: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1) by J.K. Rowling (I have never read this!!!) Akin to Anne Tales of Other Orphans by L.M. Montgomery The Raveling (Age of Faith, #8) by Tamara Leigh Playing the Part (A Class of Their Own, #3) by Jen Turano The Sacred Shore (Song of Acadia, #2) by Janette Oke High As the Heavens by Kate Breslin A Light to My Path (Refiner's Fire, #3) by Lynn Austin A Bride in Store (Unexpected Brides, #2) by Melissa Jagears


message 26: by Linda (new)

Linda Branich (mabranich) | 186 comments Unafraid
by Francine Rivers

The Meeting Place
by Janette Oke


message 27: by Anne (new)

Anne | 28 comments Linda wrote: "Unafraid
by Francine Rivers

The Meeting Place
by Janette Oke"


I loved The Meeting Place!!


message 28: by Caitlyn (last edited Jul 31, 2018 02:57PM) (new)

Caitlyn Santi | 84 comments Finished: A Sandy's Seashell Shop Christmas by Lisa Wingate Lies Jane Austen Told Me by Julie Wright Beta Read Deck the Shelves by Toni Shiloh! Enchanting Nicholette by Dawn Crandall Façade by Pepper D. Basham Engraved on the Heart by Tara Johnson Bookishly Ever After by Sarah Monzon Choosing Real An Invitation to Celebrate When Life Doesn't Go as Planned by Bekah Jane Pogue Becoming the Talbot Sisters A Novel of Two Sisters and the Courage That Unites Them by Rachel Linden Heir to Edenbrooke (Edenbrooke, #0.5) by Julianne Donaldson Edenbrooke (Edenbrooke, #1) by Julianne Donaldson


message 29: by Karin (new)

Karin | 238 comments Half of the KJV as I plan to read the entire Bible in KJV over July and August. I have read a number of versions and usually take a year, but last year I did it in 3 months for a reading challenge and while it's harder to remember the details, it was excellent for scope and I want to do that once a year for the time being (this time 2 months).

I am hoping that No Less Days arrives in time as I had to go through the virtual catalogue to get it--no buying books just now.


message 30: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
Karin, I am so impressed. I don't think I'd ever be able to read the entire Bible in only two or three months. Well done and best wishes!


message 31: by Nancy (new)

Nancy (gr-nancy-a) | 259 comments The Soldier’s Redemption by Lee Tobin McClain. A Love Inspired (Harlequin series) book.
I am halfway through and loving it so far....


message 32: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
Great job, Nancy! I've enjoyed some of Lee's articles on inspyromance.com, but I haven't yet tried one of her books. I'm glad the one you're reading is pretty good!


message 33: by Lila (new)

Lila Diller | 225 comments I've got big plans for July's reading, but I'm not sure I will actually get it all in. :)
I just finished A Wrinkle in Time (Time Quintet, #1) by Madeleine L'Engle with my son and Seeing Your Face Again (Beiler Sisters, #2) by Jerry S. Eicher for the Amish fiction square in the Genre bingo.
I want to read The Golden Road (The Story Girl #2) by L.M. Montgomery for another FB group challenge (a children's classic you never read as a child), The Hidden Side by Heidi Chiavaroli for July's historical fiction, For Love of Liberty (Silver Lining Ranch #0.5) by Julie Lessman for July's scavenger hunt clue, finish the Kindle I'm almost done with The Purple Morrow by Dyane Forde , and try to finish at least one of my books waiting for reviews if not both:
Monstrous Beauty (The Beauty Series, #2) by Carol E. Keen &/or Surviving Revision How One Writer Finished What She Started by K. Kris Loomis .


message 34: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
I love that you're aiming high, Lila. Well done!


message 35: by Missy (new)

Missy | 590 comments Oh July - new job title means less reading time. (sigh) But will read as I can.

I am planning on finishing - A Worthy Pursuit (A Worthy Pursuit, #1) by Karen Witemeyer (a June buddy read) and The Romanov Empress by C.W. Gortner from NetGalley.

I am planning on reading The Hawaiian Discovery by Wanda E. Brunstetter a Goodreads win, The Rooster Bar by John Grisham from the office exchange (I have got to get caught up!), and possibly Rust & Stardust by T. Greenwood from NetGalley.

I am also easing my way through Trim Healthy Mama Plan Keep It Simple, Keep It Sane by Pearl Barrett - vacation to Charleston was amazing, but the food was not very friendly to the hips.


message 36: by Maria Clara (new)

Maria Clara (mclara) I have finishes: Engraved on the Heart by Tara Johnson A Rumored Fortune by Joanna Davidson Politano

Currently reading: Miss Serena's Secret (Regency Brides A Promise of Hope #2) by Carolyn Miller

On my list: The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond by Jaime Jo Wright Thief of Corinth by Tessa Afshar


message 37: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
Read:
Called to Protect (Blue Justice #2) by Lynette Eason Colors of Christmas Two Contemporary Stories Celebrate the Hope of Christmas by Olivia Newport Blue Skies Tomorrow (Wings of Glory, #3) by Sarah Sundin

Currently reading:
Jeremiah (Bible #24), ESV by Anonymous A Song Unheard (Shadows Over England, #2) by Roseanna M. White The Healer's Apprentice (Hagenheim, #1) by Melanie Dickerson

On hold:
Beyond a Doubt (Rock Harbor #2) by Colleen Coble


message 38: by Cheryl (last edited Jul 10, 2018 10:27AM) (new)

Cheryl Olson (girlsmama) | 694 comments Ok- for July-
I started off with a GM read- sort of a rough read not gonna lie, but as historical fiction goes, it was interesting- I Was Anastasia. Also GM , but clean and a graphic novel, which I've read more this year than I ever have, but I just love this YA series, so went ahead and read it- Wires and Nerve (Wires and Nerve, #1) by Marissa Meyer .

Currently reading- Unbreakable by Sara Ella . Next up for review- Dead Drift (Chesapeake Valor, #4) by Dani Pettrey .

And then Together Forever by Jody Hedlund and hopefully finish up The Man He Never Was A Modern Reimagining of Jekyll and Hyde by James L. Rubart because I keep putting it not he back burner because of library books I need to finish! I'm also listening to The 49th Mystic (Beyond the Circle #1) by Ted Dekker and will hope to finish that up as well.


message 39: by Karin (last edited Jul 16, 2018 07:14PM) (new)

Karin | 238 comments Andrea wrote: "Karin, I am so impressed. I don't think I'd ever be able to read the entire Bible in only two or three months. Well done and best wishes!"

I have read the KJV many times which makes it easier, am at times a fairly fast reader (I know faster readers) and I do have a B.Th. so have spent time studying it which gives greater familiarity. I've also read the Bible cover to cover in a few other versions. I am a firm believer in getting the scope, BUT there are parts that are very hard to read (Numbers, first few chapters of Chronicles, etc) so I usually try find some sort of way to keep my focus and it has taken practice!

I have heard of someone who reads the entire Bible every month, which is flabbergasting and helped give me the incentive. I don't want to do this all the time as slow and steady is also excellent.


message 40: by Beth, Head Librarian (new)

Beth (bbulow) | 2335 comments Mod
Here's how my reading is looking at mid-month...

Finished:
The Truth Between Us (Bentwood #2) by Tammy L. Gray When Comes the Spring (Canadian West #2) by Janette Oke Charming the Troublemaker (Mitchell's Crossroads #2) by Pepper D. Basham In the Middle of the Mess Strength for This Beautiful, Broken Life by Sheila Walsh Send Down the Rain by Charles Martin The Innkeeper's Daughter (The Bow Street Runners #2) by Michelle Griep

Currently reading:
Far and Near (Haven Seekers #4) by Amanda G. Stevens Unseen Love by Nancy Kimball Breathing Room Letting Go So You Can Fully Live by Leeana Tankersley Seamless Understanding the Bible as One Complete Story by Angie Smith


message 41: by Chantel (new)

Chantel (channylee07) | 357 comments Karin wrote: "Andrea wrote: "Karin, I am so impressed. I don't think I'd ever be able to read the entire Bible in only two or three months. Well done and best wishes!"

I have read the KJV many times which makes..."


Slow and steady is good too, that way you can absorbent and get revelation. :-)


message 42: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth (lizr8900) | 207 comments So far this month I've read Dead Drift (Chesapeake Valor, #4) by Dani Pettrey Pearl in the Sand by Tessa Afshar The Enoch Effect by Rick Acker and Hidden Threat (Safe Harbor #2) by Connie Mann . I'll finish The Raveling (Age of Faith, #8) by Tamara Leigh up probably today or tomorrow and I should finish A Love Transformed (Sapphire Brides #3) by Tracie Peterson by the weekend. I'll also be starting Thirst of Steel (The Tox Files, #3) by Ronie Kendig today.


message 43: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
Great job, Elizabeth!


message 44: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
Wonderful work, Beth and Cheryl!


message 45: by Meredith (new)

Meredith | 26 comments I've gotten some easy reads in so far this month--four novels actually :) I am hoping to get a chance to read Dani Pettrey's new release before the end of July.


message 46: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
Well done, Meredith!


message 47: by Meredith (new)

Meredith | 26 comments Andrea wrote: "Well done, Meredith!"
Thank you! Being off work for a few months helps with time to read :)


message 48: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 2761 comments Mod
There are definite perks to being off work. ;)


message 49: by Andrei (new)

Andrei (n_indeyets) | 1 comments I am seeking your word on Jorge Luis Borges. Was he a religious writer? I am planning to get to his religious books if any. I've read The Book of Paradise and Hell, a magnificent chrestomathy he compiled together with Adolpho Bioy-Cassares (in Russian). I was overwhelmed by the mere scope of their knowledge, to say nothing of the thoughts and thinkers they selected.
https://www.google.ru/imgres?imgurl=h...

So, what are your recommendations for me? Where do I begin with Borges? I thank you in anticipation.
Andrei.


message 50: by Hannah (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 868 comments Borges was a philosophical writer and wrote from an agnostic's point of view. He did deal with religion in some works, but he also wrote about the absence of religion and attempted to theorize about the origins of the universe apart from intelligent design. (The Library of Babylon, for example.)

He was a universalist and didn't believe in one religion being better than another, except for his strong stance (which I appreciate) against Nazism, Communism, and anti-Semitism. He is of the modernist/realist school of philosophy, which believes there are no moral absolutes.

Bottom line, I wouldn't term him a religious writer, though some of his philosophy is good in the political field. Take his religious conclusions with a healthy bit of skepticism, knowing that he himself was a religious skeptic and also argued at times against the need for God, against traditional moral absolutes, and against intelligent design.

An interesting counterpoint, from a Christian standpoint, would be respected thinkers like Francis Schaffer...this one is an interesting read: How Should We Then Live? The Rise and Decline of Western Thought and Culture.


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