Tag Archives: Non-fiction

Help! My Bible Is Alive!

Subtitled “30 days of learning to love and understand God’s Word,” this book is laid out in 30 separate short chapters divided into six sections of five days each. The book’s purpose is to help people understand how to study the Bible on their own.

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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 Law, Then and Now: What About Grace?

Readers willing to get past the book’s poor writing style will find its analysis of Old Testament law to be freeing and informative.

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Did America Have a Christian Founding?

The focus of Hall’s book Did America Have a Christian Founding focuses on Christianity’s role in the founding of America. When supporting his points, Hall uses primary documents almost exclusively.

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