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(Book review) Go West: 10 Principles that Guided My Cowboy Journey

Reviewed by: James Schantz, a professional writing student at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Go West: 10 Principles that Guided My Cowboy Journey Author: : Jeremy Sparks with Stephen Caldwell Publisher: Elevate Faith Publication Date:  February, 2017 Format: Print Book Length: 215 pages OVERVIEW Jeremy Sparks was a skinny kid from a small town in Arkansas nobody had ever heard of. Despite this, […]

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(Book review) Reset: Jesus Changes Everything

Reviewed by: Elijah Oates, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Reset: Jesus Changes Everything Author: Nick Hall Publisher: Multnomah Publication Date: 2016 Format: Print Book Length: 192 pages OVERVIEW             Nick Hall is an evangelist geared toward the youth of today’s generation. Reset: Jesus Changes Everything is Hall’s written outreach to any hurting, broken millennials who are looking for something more […]

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(Book review) Called to Community: The Life Jesus Wants for His People

Reviewed by: Jaci Gorrell, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Called to Community: The Life Jesus Wants for His People Author: Charles E. Moore Publisher: Plough Publishing House Publication Date: May 10, 2016 Format: Print Book Length: 359 pages OVERVIEW If there has ever been an official encyclopedia of all things Christian community, Called to Community: The Life […]

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(Book Review) Evolution: Scripture and Nature Say Yes!

Denis O. Lamoureux shares his experience of living in an “either/or” dichotomy of creation and evolution as a Christian and –at one time—an atheist. Soon after becoming an atheist, he came back to his faith as a lover of science and a follower of Christ,

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