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Can a Scientist Believe in Miracles?

Readers should view this book as one Christian scientist’s concise, informed opinion on a vast number of interdisciplinary questions. Not every Christian, scientist, or Christian scientist will agree with its entirety. Still, its combination of intellect and heart holds appeal for anyone interested in the intersection of faith and science.

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The Best of Intentions

Grace Abernathy travels to Canada after World War I to hopefully convince her widowed sister to come back with her to England, to bring her son to their mother. Seeing him is the sole desire of a woman who has lost two sons and, of course, does not yet know her daughter is also gone. When Grace discovers tjt the horrible Easton family has custody of Christian, she is determined to find out how they are they treating her nephew. Using an assumed name, Grace is hired as the boy’s nanny and discovers the Easton, formidable though they may be, are caring for Christian and loving him as well.

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Frog’s Rainy-Day Story and Other Fables

sband and wife team Michael and Sarah Dowling present a series of eight fables, each featuring talking animals (from frogs to hens to rabbits). Some of these talking animals need to change their ways, others strive to teach others around them something important. In every case, the story ends with a phrase that sums up the fable’s moral and a page showing “Wisdom of the World” (quotes by as opposed to “Wisdom of the Word” (relevant Bible verses).

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Bringing Mom Home: How Two Sisters Moved Their Mother Out of Assisted Living to Care For Her Under One Amazingly Large Roof

“This is the story of what happened when I tried to do the right thing without knowing how it would all work out,” Susan Soesbe says in the preface. What follows is the story of how Susan and her sister Claire realized their mother was losing her memory. They go through various care options, ultimately buying a home they can share while caregiving for her. As Susan handles her new responsibilities, she reflects on her past relationship with her mother and seeks God’s strength to handle the present.

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