Category Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: Letters and Papers from Prison

I have had this book for a long time.  I have picked it up and put it down more times than I care to admit.  After reading it this past week, I am ashamed that I did not read it years ago. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Crowd Culture

Although readers of this blog may never be able to tell, I am an avid reader. I want to let folk know about the really great work out there (in the midst of the piles of junk) but just haven’t … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tuck

  Time for a little levity! My favorite author, by far, is Stephen R. Lawhead. I have been following him for many years and have purchased as many of his books as I can lay hands on. For the past … Continue reading

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A Call for Apologetics

People like to give me books to read. It is a persistent challenge to prove that as a pastor I neither sit around reading all day, nor do I spend hours every week chasing down the “finer spiritual dimples” of … Continue reading

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Book Review: “The American Way”

Carlson, Allan PhD. The American Way: Family and Community in Shaping of the American Identity.  (Intercollegiate Studies Institute: (c) 2003) ISBN:978-1932236231 I love history texts and I am intrigued by books on societal trends and politics.  This work is a … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Shack

Young, Wm. Paul.  The Shack. (Newbury Park, CA: Windblown Media, (c) 2007). ISBN 9780964729230.  I have an unwritten (but fairly universally applied) rule of choosing never to read anything that makes the NY Times fiction bestseller list.  Because of this personal prejudice, … Continue reading

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