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September 2017 Audiobook Giveaway of For Two Thousand Years

Mihail Sebastian’s classic 1934 novel delves into the mind of a Jewish student in Romania during the fraught years preceding World War II. Read the… 110 more words

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more than "just as if I never sinned"

On Sunday morning at Capitol City, we unpacked the wonderful doctrine of justification by faith alone. Justification by faith is the very heart of the Christian gospel – yet it is often widely misunderstood. 348 more words

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the self-substitution of god

From John Stott, on the self-substitution of God on the cross.1 (The emphasis and formatting are mine.) 169 more words

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Book Review | #GIRLBOSS

I know I’m a little late to jump on the #GIRLBOSS bandwagon but with the launch of the Netflix series I figured it was a great time to read the book. 413 more words

August 2017 Audiobook Giveaway of These Vicious Masks

Jane Austen meets X-Men in this thrilling Victorian adventure full of magic and mysticism, perfect for anyone who loves a confident, rebellious heroine, snappy dialogue, and a hint of romance. 102 more words

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From the Bookshelf: My Years in Communist China, by Eva Diao

Every once in a while, I find a book on my shelf which I had forgotten about for a couple of decades. After those not-too-light-reading texts by Friedman and Chomsky, I skimmed for something less taxing. 319 more words


From the Bookshelf: The World is Flat, and Requiem for the American Dream

Recently, my mother gave me a book to read, Noam Chomsky’s Requiem for the American Dream. Some years ago, she had given me Thomas L. 1,203 more words