Why God Won’t Go Away by Alister McGrath


     In Why God Won’t Go Away, historian, theologian, and scholar Alister McGrath confronts the New atheism movement. Displaying a broad knowledge of the topic, he shows how the movement started, what the beliefs of New Atheism involve, and where the movement is now. Beginning with an introduction to the “heroes” of New Atheism, McGrath […]

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The Dragons of Chiril by Donita K. Paul


     Tipper’s father disappeared years ago, leaving her to take care of her mother and the family estate. To keep the household running, Tipper must sell much of her father’s famous artwork. She finally learns why her father disappeared and finds that he is not well. The answer lies in three of her father’s statues, which were carved […]

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Mugabe and the White African: On PBS


One family’s stand for Justice – catch the story on PBS 7/26! I’ll be blogging about the book Mugabe and the White African later this month, but I wanted to let you know that Point of View will air the documentary Mugabe and the White African on Tuesday, July 26th. The film tells the story of Mike Campbell […]

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Song-lyrics Sunday 7/24/11


This week’s song is “How He Loves” by the David Crowder Band. After the lyrics there are two videos. The first is the official video for the single version. The second is a fanmade lyric vid of the album version.   He is jealous for me, Loves like a hurricane, I am a tree, Bending […]

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Blog Tour: Mugabe and the White African


     During the first week of August I will be participating in a blog tour for Mugabe and the White African by Ben Freeth. My review will be posted then, and I am anxiously awaiting the book’s arrival in the mail. So anxiously in fact that I’m tempted to watch the PBS premiere of the […]

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Teaser Tuesday 7/12/11


Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following: •Grab your current read •Open to a random page •Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page •BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give […]

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Freedom’s Stand by J. M. Windle


     American aid worker Amy Mallory has returned to Afghanistan after a short trip home only to find that the new project director of New Hope has made, and allowed, several changes. Steve Wilson has returned to Afghanistan to fill in for his buddy Phil on a security detail while Phil deals with family issues at […]

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