Review: Till We Have Faces & Cupid and Psyche

A least a dozen people in the last year or so have told me that I HAVE to read Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis. So I finally bought a copy, and a couple of weeks ago, I sat down to read it. Thankfully, I read the inside cover first, which informed me that this was …

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Review: The Xanth Series

Author: Piers Anthony I've debated for a couple of weeks now about whether or not I wanted to review this series. Apparently, most people either find these books humourous or think they are the most sexist books to have been written and should be trashed immediately. What varied responses! How does one address such a …

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Review: Kids in the Divine Service

Rev. Thoma has put together this wonderful little book to help parents and their kids understand why we do what we do in worship.

Review: White Guilt

There is a harsh reality within its pages, but also a path to a better future, the future we had all been promised but refuse to realize, a future of personal responsibility and a culture of peace and unity.

Review: Speechless

Author: Michael Knowles Publisher: Regnery Publishing Politically correct radicals seek to suppress and ultimately transform our moral intuitions, deny our rational faculties, and erase the wisdom of the ages.Speechless It was a remarkable marketing ploy to condition everyone who listened regularly to think of this book every time they heard a bell ring. Annoyingly remarkable. …

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