Review: Objections Overruled

As with a number of other nonfiction books I have reviewed, I learned of Objections: Overruled from Issues, Etc. In fact, they are the ones who put the book together! And while I listened to a series of podcasts that addressed the subject matter of the book some time back, it wasn't until more recently that I got my …

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Review: When Harry Became Sally

In When Harry Became Sally, Anderson seeks not to dehumanize transgender people or trivialize the subject, but instead, he seeks to educate those who wish to understand transgenderism, and ultimately, to help those suffering from gender dysphoria.

Review and Commentary: Already Gone

I struggled for a couple of weeks to write this review, and thus it is rather long. I do hope, however, that you find both my words and this book helpful.

Review: Wars of the Realm

Image from perfect-praise.com Author: Chuck Black Publisher: Multnomah Books Chuck Black has been one of my favorite authors for years. I was first introduced to his books The Knights of Arrethtrae when I was in middle school. It turned out that this was a companion series to his books The Kingdom Series, a biblical allegory. I loved these …

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Review: War of the Worldviews

Photo credit from Master Books Author: Various; compiled by Gary Vaterlaus Publisher: Master Books War of the Worldviews discusses common questions faced by Christians in the culture. Written by various authors and scientists associated with Christian apologetics, the book addresses topics such as naturalism, human ancestry, astronomy, and the history of certain movements from a handful …

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