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Kleptomaniac: Who’s Really Robbing God Anyway? by Frank Chase Jr.

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Kleptomaniac is an insightful and well-constructed argument on tithing and offerings at church, not only defending the author’s decision not to give money blindly, but also defending his right to seek the truth in Bible Scripture. Everything that the author Frank Chase Jr. says is backed up in some way with huge amounts of research, resulting in a comprehensive and ... Read More »

Review: The Voice of Divine Love by Arlene Dayrit

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★★★★ The author of The Voice of Divine Love, Arlene Dayrit, is self-described as a fervent attendant to God’s will and has spent much of her life in constant search of God’s redemption and love through her spirituality and religious devotion. The result of her meditations on scripture and Christian ideals is her first published work. Essentially a re-examination of ... Read More »

Art and Faith by Cherie Burbach

Art and Faith by Cherie Burbach

At its most basic, Art and Faith: Mixed Media Art with a Faith-Filled Message is a portfolio for Cherie Burbach’s mixed media art, but this is no simple collection of images.  It’s art with a message.  Burbach first uses her testimony as an introduction, giving both new readers and longtime followers a glimpse at the Christian faith that acts as an ... Read More »

Review: The Struggle by Lincoln Gordon

The Struggle by Lincoln Gordon

★★★½ The Struggle by Lincoln Gordon is a non-fiction work on the conformist attitude many people have about race and religion – especially in the African American community, of which author Lincoln Gordon is a part. He laments the ideas he found growing up about how one should behave as a person of color. A man who has lived his ... Read More »

Review: God in My Head by Josh Grisetti

God in My Head by Josh Grisetti

★★★★½ God in My Head by Josh Grisetti is an honest and occasionally irreverent look at religion and the existence of God. There has been a growing market for “spiritual tourism” books in recent years, particularly as religion once again comes to the forefront of our political and cultural attention. God in My Head, an unexpectedly poignant memoir from Josh ... Read More »

Come Flutter Your Wings by Audrey Thompson

Come Flutter Your Wings by Audrey Thompson

Come Flutter Your Wings by Audrey Thompson is a passionate declaration of faith in the form of devotional poems, scripture, and stories from her life, in which she’s gone down a dark road and come out the other side with intense optimism and hope. It’s brimming with earnestness and sincerity, and should be a comfort for other religious devotees who ... Read More »

Review: The Evangelical Experience by Anthony Coleman ★★★★★

The Evangelical Experience by Anthony Coleman

The Evangelical Experience is a book with two agendas. One is easily identified. The other is harder to discern, perhaps even for the author himself. The more obvious of the two purposes behind this book is the intent to provide insight for non-Evangelical Christians into the traditions, customs, beliefs, ethics, leadership, and practices of the Christian movement. This goal is ... Read More »

A Spiritual Journey by Susan Kapatoes

A Spiritual Journey by Susan Kapatoes

A Spiritual Journey is Susan Kapatoes’ memoir about communing with the divine, and finding evidence of the divine in her life, such as in friendships and love. The book is not so much a spiritual treatise investigating different spiritual traditions, so much as a personal memoir about personal spiritual growth. Though she has her first spiritual awakening after picking up ... Read More »