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"This was one powerful book. An inspiring tale of Louie Zamperini's Olympic career, endurance as as WWII POW, and ultimate redemption. Cautions: very vividly told and thus quite graphic in descriptions of what the POWs underwent; occasional languag..." Read more of this review »
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This turned out better than I expected! I really liked the author's look at whether or not pacifism is Biblically justified. It's not a topic often explored among Christian circles, much less in teen fiction. Personally, I'm not a pacifist, so there ...more
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This was an excellent look at America's roots, what it is that makes her great, and how we can keep her great. I enjoyed the book immensely and would definitely recommend it. The only place where I would differ with Mr Metaxes is in the last chapter ...more
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D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
“According to Scripture, the trouble with man by nature is not that he is incomplete but that he is dead.”
D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

“Indeed is it not the case that in this matter of sanctification our tendency is always to start with ourselves, instead of starting with God? I have got this sin that is worrying me and always getting me down, this sin that defeats me, and my tendency is to say, 'What can be done about this sin, this problem of mine. How can I get rid of this thing? How can I get peace?' I start with myself and my problem, and as certainly as I do that when I am considering this doctrine of sanctification, I am sure, in some shape or form, to end by regarding God as merely an agency who is there to help me solve my problems. And this is a totally unscriptural approach to the almighty ever blessed God.”
Martyn Lloyd-Jones

Blaise Pascal
“Thought constitutes the greatness of man. Man is a reed, the most feeble thing in nature, but he is a thinking reed.”
Blaise Pascal

“My dear friends, from the devil's standpoint there is not the slightest difference between being puffed up with pride in yourself or spending the whole of your time condemning yourself. Either way the devil is very well-pleased. Any concentration upon self in any shape or form is of the devil.”
Martyn Lloyd-Jones

“Never do anything which you know perfectly well is going to be the means of temptation to you. If you know that certain things, which may not be bad in and of themselves, generally get you down and you are a worse person afterwards than you were before, do not do them; never, as it were, provide yourself with the occasion to sin.”
Martyn Lloyd-Jones

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