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Notorious

A lot of classic and important Christian theology is filtered through a new lens; showing how villainy reflects what a Christian life should look like in new ways. Every story serves both as a warning and as a mirror that asks, “Are we any different?” We see not just the failings of these people, but also how we are like them and the traps that we need to avoid in our own spiritual walks.

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Between Two Shores

Is she Catherine Stands Apart or is she Catherine Duval? Straddling two heritages, Catherine strives to remain loyal to both her mother’s Mohawk family and her French father. As she runs her father’s Montreal trading post in war-torn Canada, she determines to take no sides with either the French or the British as they fight the Seven Years’ War.

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(Book review)The Man Nobody Knew, A Novel

Reviewed by: Mary Clapp Ministry Title: Co-president of ECLA and former church librarian Introduction Title: The Man Nobody Knew, A Novel Author: Garrett C. Whitworth Publisher: WestBow Press Publication Date: 2016 Format: ebook Length: 358 pages OVERVIEW This is a historical novel written from the perspective of John the Disciple.  The story is a chronological […]

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(Book Review) The Story of Reality

This book carefully explains the fundamentals of the Christian faith. It supports the Christian faith in a renewing way, offering scientific and philosophical evidence for the events in Genesis and the Gospels.

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