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"Captivating" Review: 150-169, "Arousing Adam"

I’m skipping a chapter because it’s titled “Beauty to Unveil,” and I’m not critiquing what they have to say about beauty again. I’ve already spent… 678 more words


A New Study: Becoming Myself

Last week I embarked on a new study. I’m not really into self-help stuff. They cause me to dive too deeply into my flaws, my mistakes, my ugliness, and usually lead to thoughts of what I’m not doing right, self-loathing, confusion, and often periods of depression. 695 more words

I'm With You

I’m With You

Naomi and Ruth

 As important as our physical and psychological connections are, equally as important is a spiritual connection among women. When women have the same faith-based values, they seem to be so closely connected that their souls can be “knit together.” Because I, as a woman, am such a deeply relational being, it is so vital to me that I have sisters who share my same faith and values. 446 more words

"Captivating" Review: 113-129, "Romanced"

We’re halfway through the book! Also, Handsome is in the middle of reading Wild at Heart, and he’s putting his thoughts on it into a post, which I am pretty excited about. 1,105 more words


Wasted Time?

I just spent the better part of 2 hours – scratch that – I just spent almost 2 mind-numbing hours watching clips from “Britain’s Got/Australia’s Got/Korea’s Got/America’s Got Talent”! 715 more words

"Captivating" Review: 91-112, "Healing the Wound"

The core message of this chapter is one I can agree with: God loves you. Jesus loves you.

However, in trying to show women how they can find healing, they make a couple problematic arguments. 938 more words


"Captivating" Review: 77-92, "A Special Hatred"

Other possible titles for this chapter could be:

  • “Satan Makes Them Do It.”
  • “No One has Free Will. Satan or God Decide Everything Always.”
  • “We’re Not Quite Sure how to Construct a Rational Argument.”
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