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What book have you read recently?

Discussion in 'The Library' started by Chad, Mar 26, 2015.

  1. I'm working through Larkin's Dispenational Truth on paper and reading Sins We Accept by Jerry Bridges on my Kindle.
     
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  2. Reading a book about Gladys Aylward.

    Inspiring!
     
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  3. Another christian book

    The other side of the river by Kevin Reeves

    When mystical experiences and strange doctrines overtake his church, one man risks all to find the truth...a true story.
     
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  4. I'm reading several.. One is called "Sons of Zadok" by CR Oliver (kindle), and another on the kindle format entitled "Divine Healing for Spirit, Soul, and Body" by Matt Evans and Diane Moyer among others. Both are non-fiction.
     
  5. "Finger Prints of the Gods"
    "Fingerprints of the Gods" is a non-fiction research work published in 1995 by Graham Hancock. This book is subtitled "The Evidence of Earth's Lost Civilization." The work is challenging because of the breadth and depth of knowledge presented. However, the author writes in a down-to-earth first person storyline style to tell about the expedition he and his photographer-wife Santha undertake from Peru to the Yucatan and Egypt. Her photographs of sites they visit are interspersed among his descriptive writing about the historical, archaeological and astronomical data and theories discussed. Hancock uses simple, straightforward language to communicate his clear concepts about a lost people.
    This one is not a Christian book.
     
  6. Stories that take you to the arms of God.

    I'll hold you while it hurts.

    By arthur a milward

    The author writes of his childhood and friends he made growing up in a huge english estate, then about his son who died of lukemia at age 4 and the children who valiantly faced death in the terminal ward of the hospital. The author is sda (seventh day adventist) so not sure about how differently they believe about certain things ...I know they have a doctrine about 'soul sleep' but this isnt a book about that its mostly stories about children and the need for a saviour.
     
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  7. I'm just beginning to read "The Temple at the Center of Time" by David Flynn.. Super interesting!
     

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