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Room of Marvels (Expanded Edition)

Whether or not this book works well as a novel, it does quite well as a philosophical dialogue about doubt and faith. One part C.S. Lewis, one part Socrates and thoroughly compelling, Room of Marvels will help many readers find deeper answers to hard questions.

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Something worth doing

Well written and researched as all of Jane Kirkpatrick’s books are, readers will thoroughly enjoy this story and also be very interested in the Author’s notes which give much historical background to this work of fiction. Highly recommended.

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Live Not By Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents

All in all, Dreher produces something that is all too rare: a Christian book that critiques American culture without whining about how “nothing’s the same anymore” and falling into easy nostalgia. He makes strong arguments that things are getting darker, then pushes American Christians to both be aware of their mistakes and to prepare for the future.

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These Nameless Things

The author leads readers into a story that grapples with interesting questions and he pushes readers to think more about his ideas than the average Christian Fiction thriller

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