Black Earth by Timothy Snyder


     For America, and likely much of Western Europe, most of what we know about World War II and the Holocaust comes from the Western perspective, and the battles fought on Germany’s western front. In Black Earth, Timothy Snyder tells of the events in Eastern Europe that led to the destruction of smaller state governments, […]

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A.D. 33 by Ted Dekker


     Set two years after the events of A.D. 30, this follow-up novel continues Maviah’s journey. She is now called the Queen of the Outcasts as she shares the way of Yeshua with the her people in the desert. But that way is soon forgotten when the enemy threatens to crush all that she loves. […]

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A Rabbi Looks at the Last Days by Jonathan Bernis


     While most books about the last days focus on the Rapture of the church and the Tribulation period, Rabbi Jonathan Bernis focuses his attention on signs we can see now that point to the last days, as well as things that need to happen for Jesus to return. Bernis suggests that Israel lay at the […]

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The Scroll by Grant R. Jeffrey and Alton L. Gansky


     Dr. David Chambers is a noted biblical archaeologist, but the death of his mother has left him angry at his father and at God. His anger causes him to abandon both his field and his faith, and to lose the love of his life, Amber. Though he is prepared to move on to a […]

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Song-lyrics Sunday 5/1/11


Today is also Holocaust Remembrance Day. So I decided to look for a song that covers not only the Christian faith, but the Jewish faith as well. I decided on Barlow Girl’s “Never Alone”. The song, which reads like a lament from the book of Psalms, is a cry to God when we feel like […]

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