The Inkblots by Damion Searls


Swiss psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach believed that who we truly are can be found not in what we say, but in what we see. In 1917 he created an experiment that would go on to test this theory. The experiment consisted of ten carefully created inkblots. In this book, the first biography written about Rorschach, Searls […]

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The Legacy of Luther by R.C. Sproul and Stephen J. Nichols


It is impossible to talk about the Reformation without talking about Martin Luther. His Ninety-Five Theses jumpstarted this movement in the church that led back to the truth of justification. This book is a collection of essays, written by some of today’s top Reformed theologians and pastors, on different aspects of Luther’s life and theology, including […]

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New books!


I can’t be trusted with a credit card when books are involved. It’s as simple as that. The last couple of weeks have seen several book purchases. I’m happy to say that some of these are e-books, and were only $.99, and one or two were even free. But most of them weren’t. Not to […]

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J.R.R. Tolkien: The Making of a Legend by Colin Duriez


     Compiling information from several sources, Colin Duriez has put together a wonderful biography for the fans of J.R.R. Tolkien. The material spans Tolkien’s entire life, but concentrates more on the habits and studies that led to the creation of his most famous works: The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, along with other […]

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Called to Controversy by Ruth Rosen


     In “Called to Controversy” Ruth Rosen tells the story Moishe Rosen, the founder of Jews for Jesus. He also happens to be her father. His mission work to reach fellow Jews with the Gospel of Jesus Christ got him a lot of attention, and not all of it was flattering. Many in the Jewish community labeled him […]

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Tyndale by David Teems


     Where would we be without the English Bible? How many people would never have read the Word of God for themselves? In “Tyndale: The Man Who Gave God an English Voice” David Teems takes us through a time in history when translating the Bible into English was considered heretical and criminal. He follows the path of William Tyndale’s life as […]

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Galileo by Mitch Stokes


     One of the books in the Christian Encounters series published by Thomas Nelson, Mitch Stokes’s Galileo is a thorough biography of the career and personal life of Galileo Galilei. Drawing upon several historical sources, Stokes separates fact from legend and gives us insight into one of the most important figures in the world of science. […]

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Saturday Sharing 4/23/11


All you have to do is share what you are currently reading. Tell us the title, author, a brief summary (no spoilers), and your thoughts on it so far. That’s it. My current read: Christian Encounters: Galileo by Mitch Stokes The Christian Encounters series showcases biographies of important people throughout history who were of the […]

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