The Prayer of Jabez (Bruce Wilkinson, 2000) BY: Donald Guthrie I received a heartfelt gift from a very kind student recently. You guessed it, The Prayer of Jabez. Just when I thought I had absolutely nothing to add to the torrent of comments, I realized that something unexpected had happened since I read the book.
Basic Questions on Alternative Medicine (Gary P. Stewart, 1998) BY: David Haase, M.D. You have been told you have an illness for which conventional medicine does not have a known or desirable treatment. You desire healing, you lift your concerns to the Lord in prayer, and you wait.
Bach, Mass in B Minor (Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, cond. Robert Shaw, 1990) BY: John Mason Hodges, Jr. In his Mass in B minor Bach sets the text of the mass to music in quite a different way than his renaissance predecessors.
Magnolia (Paul Thomas Anderson, 1999) BY: Steven Garber How do we make sense of a movie like Magnolia? First things first. I would never say to someone, “See this movie!” Some of those I love most in this world have not seen it, nor do they need to see it.
U2, All That You Can't Leave Behind (2000) BY: Rick Goetsch For their fans (like me), the name says it all. But for those of you who aren’t as familiar with them, let me throw out a few points that might give you reason to pay attention to this rock and roll band.
Beyond the Cosmos: The Extra-Dimensionality of God (Hugh Ross, 1996) BY: R. Greg Grooms Can we really know God?” This, the opening sentence of the book, is the question Hugh Ross hopes to answer in Beyond the Cosmos.
Darwin's Black Box (Michael Behe, 1996) BY: R. Greg Grooms The argument from design is one the oldest for the existence of God. It deduces the existence of a Designer-God from the evidence for design—the order, complexity, and beauty in the universe.
How to Stay Christian in College (J. Budziszewski, 1999) BY: R. Greg Grooms Why write a book like this when you yourself failed to stay Christian in college? Budziszewski’s own story is, perhaps, the best answer to this question.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I don’t much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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