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Lost in the Cosmos by Walker Percy
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Sex, Economy, Freedom, and Community by Wendell Berry
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Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway® by Susan  Jeffers
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The Complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English by Géza Vermès
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Silence by Shūsaku Endō
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Deeply disturbing in a healthy way. I am not sure in this book alone you can absolutely guess what Endo meant to say. But the possibilities are all difficult and real.
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Jesus Christ by Roch A. Kereszty
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“Gradually, we understand that nothing in our lives is pure accident. Whatever happens, good or bad, routine or unusual events, they are all signs: God speaks to us and educates us through them so that we may be made ready to live in the new creation.”
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“Those who are materially poor, hungry, and grieving are called "blessed" by Jesus, because wealth, satisfactions, and pleasures do not blind them to their need for God's Kingdom ... Their misery helps them to cry out to God and to trust in Him since everything else has failed them.”
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“Gradually, we understand that nothing in our lives is pure accident. Whatever happens, good or bad, routine or unusual events, they are all signs: God speaks to us and educates us through them so that we may be made ready to live in the new creation.”
Roch A. Kereszty, Jesus Christ: Fundamentals of Christology

“Those who are materially poor, hungry, and grieving are called "blessed" by Jesus, because wealth, satisfactions, and pleasures do not blind them to their need for God's Kingdom ... Their misery helps them to cry out to God and to trust in Him since everything else has failed them.”
Roch A. Kereszty, Jesus Christ: Fundamentals of Christology

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