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(Book review) A gathering in Hope

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, Co-president of ECLA and long time book discussion leader   Introduction Title: A gathering in Hope Author: Philip Gulley Publisher: Center Street Publication Date: 2016 Format: Print book Length: 258 pages OVERVIEW Philip Gulley is always amusing and enjoyable, some of the funniest Christian fiction I have read has been authored by him. For readers who enjoy […]

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(Book review) The Book of Mysteries

  Reviewed by Carson Jacobs, a Professional Writing Major at Taylor University. Introduction Title: The Book of Mysteries Author: Jonathan Cahn Publisher: Frontline Publication Date: September 6, 2016 Format: Print Book Length: 384 pages OVERVIEW      Anyone familiar with Jonathan Cahn’s previous works knows what to expect from him. Much like his first book, The Harbinger, the concept of this piece of literature is […]

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(Book review) Fraying at the edge

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, Co-president of ECLA and long time book discussion leader   Introduction Title: Fraying at the edge Author: Cindy Woodsmall Publisher: Waterbrook Publication Date: 2016 Format: Paperback Length: 341 pages OVERVIEW Fraying at the edge, the second in the Amish of Summer Grove series, has an intriguing plot. Two babies were switched at […]

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(Book review) The Valley of the Dry Bones

Reviewed by Katherine Hiegel, a professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: The Valley of the Dry Bones Author: Jerry B. Jenkins Publisher: Worthy Publishing Publication Date: 2016 Format: Print book Length: 323 pages OVERVIEW In this Christian quasi-dystopia, the state of California has been rendered almost uninhabitable by a relentless 17-year drought. As a result, the territory is […]

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