Review: Has American Christianity Failed?

Author: Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller Publisher: Concordia Publishing House Unlike many books I read, I cannot remember specifically where I had heard of this book first. I've known about Pastor Wolfmueller for some time now, and I love listening to him on Issues, Etc, and his youtube channel, but I can't remmeber who reccomended this book …

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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: 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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Review: The Choir Immortal

Image from Katie Schuermann's Website Author: Katie Schuermann Publisher: Concordia Publishing House Once again, I was blown away by Katie Schuermann's writing. Like the last book, this one was full of heart, suspense, and intense emotion. Best of all, it had a fulfilling end. I thought my heart would burst during the final pages. I …

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