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(Book review) How the Nations Rage

Jonathan Leeman dares us to think carefully and deeply about our nation’s approach to politics. He points out our tendency to think that politics is the stuff of congressmen, school boards, and voting booths, when, in fact, it is the stuff of our everyday life: politics is how we arrange our lives to get what we worship. He reminds us that we cannot go into the public square and leave our religion behind.

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(Book review) The Hidden Enemy

Reviewed by: Alyssa Roat, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: The Hidden Enemy: Aggressive Secularism, Radical Islam, and the Fight for Our Future Author: Michael Youssef Publisher: Tyndale Momentum Publication Date: March 2018 Format: Print book Length: 211 pages OVERVIEW In this book, Dr. Youssef pulls no punches. His message is clear: America is in trouble. He identifies […]

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(Book review) What matters most

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, Co-president of ECLA and long time book discussion leader   Introduction Title: What matters most Author: Kellie Coates Gilbert Publisher: Revell Publication Date: 2016 Format: Paperback Length: 315 pages OVERVIEW Leta Breckenridge is in a tight spot. Having never finished her college degree, she finds it hard to get a good paying job […]

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Persecuted: I Will Not Be Silent

(Book Review) Persecuted: I Will Not Be Silent, by Robin Parrish and Daniel Lusko

It was difficult to keep remembering this book is a work of fiction, because it is one of those you read that could be true right now. In fact, some of the storyline could be pulled from modern day headlines, it hit that close to home.

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