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Here in Spirit: Knowing the Spirit Who Creates, Sustains, and Transforms Everything

Probably the most misunderstood person of the Trinity is the Holy Spirit—and the misunderstanding is especially strong with American Christians.

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A season to dance

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long time book discussion leader Introduction Title: A season to dance Author: Patricia Beal Publisher: Bling! Romance Publication Date: 2017 Format: Paperback Length: 251 pages OVERVIEW Our main character Ana has her path to the Met clearly cut out for herself. She loves ballet although realizing she will never be the top star […]

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Getting the Gospel Right: The Tie that Binds Evangelicals Together

Reviewed by: Connor Salter, Professional Writing student at Taylor University     Introduction Title: Getting the Gospel Right: The Tie that Binds Evangelicals Together Author: R.C. Sproul Publisher: Baker Book House Company Publication Date: 2017 (original edition published 1999) Format: Paperback Length: 234 pages OVERVIEW Do Catholics and Evangelicals believe the same things about the gospel? R.C. Sproul and other scholars […]

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Faith in the Shadows: Finding God in the Midst of Doubt

Does having faith in Jesus mean a person can’t have doubts? Austin Fischer tests that assumption in Faith in the Shadows, showing the more biblically based, honest understanding is that faith and doubts go hand in hand.

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