Notes from Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky

     A nameless narrator tells us about his life. “I am a sick man… I am a spiteful man. An unattractive man. I think that my liver hurts.” As he continues we find that he is cynical and bitter. Today he might be diagnosed as bipolar. In the first part of the novel we find […]

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Breath of Angel by Karyn Henley

      Melaia is a chantress at the Temple of the Most High. One night in the courtyard she witnesses the murder of a weary traveler and quickly finds herself in a world she thought only existed in old songs and stories. Angels and immortals locked in battle. The stairway to Heaven must be rebuilt, and Melaia is pushed […]

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Following Jesus, the Servant King by Jonathan Lunde

     What does it really mean to be a follower of Jesus? That’s the main question addressed in Lunde’s book, which is part of the Biblical Theology for Life series. He asks three questions: 1) Why should I be concerned to obey all of Jesus’s commands if I have been saved by grace? 2) What […]

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Keep Your Greek by Constantine Campbell

     In “Keep Your Greek,” Campbell gives practical advice and tips on things you can do so that your Greek doesn’t die. Some of the tips are obvious. A couple may surprise you, but the logic behind it is undeniable.      I am not a seminary student. I was encouraged to study Greek on my […]

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Keep Your Greek (a preview)

Keep Your Greek by Constantine Campbell is a book I will be posting a review for next week, but I have finished reading it and since I’ve added it to my 52 books challenge page I decided to do a quick post to say “the review is coming” and maybe give you a few things […]

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