(Book review) The 49th Mystic

“Matanoia” – a new way of thinking. That is what Rachelle learns when she finds herself
in an unknown world while she is dreaming. Readers of The Circle will be familiar with
this world, where Thomas Hunter lives. Rachelle is thrown into a conflict between good
and evil that touches her life in both worlds, and her challenge is, constantly, to
determine what is true and what isn’t, and to find the Five Seals, in both worlds, before
the evil forces triumph.

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(Book review) 30 Days to Understanding the Bible: Unlock the Scriptures in 15 Minutes a Day

This simple-to-use guide will help readers hoping to learn the important names, events, and geographies of the Bible. Anders repeats the phrase “What you can learn tomorrow is built on what you learn today” throughout the book, and he uses multiple memorization tactics so the material is committed to memory in only fifteen minutes per day.

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(Book review) The Apostles’ Creed: Discovering Authentic Christianity in an Age of Counterfeits

The church has forgotten its roots. The Apostles’ Creed has shaped the doctrine of the church for more than two thousand years. With prosperity gospel and pluralistic views attempting to dominant the cultural outlook of Western Christianity, the author seeks to show how each stanza of the creed has an unshakeable impact on one’s faith.

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God’s Biker: Motorcycles and Misfits

Overall, this is the best kind of challenging Christian book. It pushes readers to face their preconceptions and hunger for a countercultural but deeper way to live for God.

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