240 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Jennifer Trevor, an ambitious career woman, holds enormous power. She’s about to promote a secret government directive that will cause the death of millions.
John Levinson is killed while writing an expose of the directive. His wife Sarah suspects foul play in his apparent suicide.
Jennifer’s husband, Nick, a Christian lawyer at odds with his wife’s values, makes an attempt to stop the directive. He’s forced to run for his life he battles sinister forces plotting to redesign society. Nick’s disappearance prods Jennifer to evaluate her choices. She must decide between protecting her reputation and career or sacrificing everything else she holds dear to prevent a grievous wrong.
152 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
In his preface to Faith Reborn: A Personal Apologetics, philosopher and theologian Doug Erlandson argues that while the arguments typically presented in Christian apologetics are important, “it is also important that we discover how and why real people come to have a particular worldview.”
To this end he presents the story of why, though raised in an evangelical Christian home, he became a “scientistic materialist” while an undergraduate at Wheaton College and how, after twelve years of wandering through atheism, pantheism, and panentheism, he again became a Christian during his seventh year as a philosophy professor at the University of Nebraska while discussing Romans Chapter 9 with a former student.
Throughout the book he weaves his autobiographical account of the factors that led him to question his non-Christian worldview around a serious presentation of Christian apologetics. Among the topics he covers are the design and cosmological arguments for the existence of God, the difficulties with the evolutionist account of the origin and proliferation of the species, how he wrestled with and finally made peace with the idea of God’s sovereignty over the universe, why he came to believe in the reliability and inspiration of Scripture despite having accepted the “higher” critical view for many years, why materialism cannot explain either the nature or the origin of the mind, and why many of the traditional Christian responses to the problem of evil are unpersuasive and why we must approach the issue from a theocentric perspective. Dr. Erlandson also relates his fascination with and study of probability theory to the evidence for the bodily resurrection of Christ and shows how his study of the relationship between probability and rationality caused him to see the genius of Pascal’s Wager. The last two chapters of Faith Reborn include a frank discussion of his moments of lingering doubt and how that Wager has not only served to strengthen his faith but also the context in which it can be rightly used as an important apologetical tool.
280 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Justin can see things others cannot, but should he believe his eyes?
In the real world, increasing responsibility has catapulted Justin into a world of office politics. For that game, Justin has an excellent mentor. His boss is an expert at maneuvering through undercurrents to advance a technology project that will revolutionize the world. In the virtual world, Justin is learning to play a beta version of fantasy game where he battles hordes of giant bats, a monstrous spider and mythical beings.
As fantasy warps into reality, Justin must decide who he can trust. Unseen forces on both sides are at work to bring Justin to the ultimate battle, the ultimate choice, but first he will need to survive the game.
452 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
A second chance for a priest going through a midlife crisis requires risking everything to witness the most significant event in history.
James Foster is a middle-aged Catholic Priest who’s going through a midlife crisis. With unsubstantiated allegations of misconduct shadowing him, James reluctantly takes the advice of his Bishop. Take a temporary teaching assignment at the local university before things turn against him with his congregation.
This is the best course of action the Bishop recommends, as the Archdiocese continues to receive news about sexual misconduct charges.
Upon James arrival in his new position, he befriends Professor Frank Javan. Through a lifetime of scientific study and successful experimentations, Frank has finally perfected a machine that allows him to jump back in time. However the machine only works one-way.
Faced with the reality that his new friend will take the next step and conduct a final test that sends him on a one way trip back in time, James has to consider staying behind and trying to explain Frank?s disappearance or go with him.
The question they face is what is the one event that is worth risking everything for?
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Faith, hope and love is the basic foundation of Christian lifestyle. The Bible records many verses about faith, hope and love. Through faith in Jesus Christ as the Saviour, we receive salvation and eternal life. God expects us not to stop in saving faith alone. He wants us to grow in our faith in Him so we can overcome problems in life. 1 John 5:4 says that faith is the victory that enables us to overcome the world. Faith also brings the things God has promised for us from the spiritual realm into the physical realm (Heb 11:6).
Hope in the Bible is not just a wishful thinking, as in “I hope something will happen.”. Bible defines hope as a strong and confident expectation. According to the Hebrew and Greek word the word “hope” means an indication of certainty. It’s not a passive things but it is dynamic.
God is love and He loves us. The love He gave was not ordinary gift. Jesus, who is the incarnate love of God, sacrificed Himself, so that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
This book contains verses related in faith, hope and love in four Bible translation (King James Version, American Standards Version, World English Bible and Bible in Basic English). Read, meditate and pray the scriptures will reaffirm our faith in God and will grow our faith.
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Where does an extreme introvert draw the line between being lonely and being left alone? One quirky college student is looking for the answer in the 4th floor lounge.
Her goals are simple: make one or two good friends and avoid talking to everyone else. Achieving those goals will not be easy for this gorgeous yet socially awkward heroine. She’s constantly approached by guys who are not interested in friendship. And when she finally forms some solid bonds it’s her own romantic feelings that get in the way.
336 pages, 28 of 47 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Minutes before two jumbo jets changed U.S. history, New York police officer Austin Finley ignored the call from his brother, who’d been bugging him for days. Trying to live with his one regret causes hatred and bitterness to consume Austin, and when counselor Mercy Samara recommends desk duty, Austin resigns. Haunted by her own memories of 9/11, Mercy takes a job as a school counselor in Baltimore. When Austin, now an EMT, responds to an emergency at Mercy’s school, both are stunned and wary.
Finally their common—and painful—memories turn suspicion into friendship, then romance.
But hard questions linger: Can they truly move beyond their past harsh judgments and harsh words? Will their past finally bring them closer or—as the tenth anniversary of 9/11 draws near—drive them farther apart?
320 pages, 15 of 17 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Virat and Latha named their son Ashish, for he is the light and glory of their world. Yet a simple drink of water from the wrong cup changes them forever. Virat, Latha, and Ashish are Untouchables in 1905 India, members of a caste who must never contaminate the world of the other, higher, castes.
When Ashish is in desperate need of a doctor, Virat risks everything to save his son and ventures into the dangerous realm of the high caste. There, the strength of a father’s love, the power of a young British nurse, and the faith of a child change the lives around them.
64 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Pathways to Devotion are a series of devotionals offering inspirational insights for every day situations. These easy-to-read daily devotional books offer encouragement, hope and practical answers to help us along life’s way. After you read one of these inspiring devotionals, you will want to read them all. Each daily devotion offers an Application section for further Bible reading, a suggested prayer and further reflection.
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This book describes how to become a one man army for God to help bring about revival. It describes what revival is; the need for it, what it takes for revival to break out. How to pray for supernatural manifestations that will spark revival. It has examples of people who became a one man revival for God. Like all great movements it shows how it can start in the heart of one man.
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Every day, brides are given a spiritual boost and a break from endless decision making. Each devotion contains pertinent Scripture and sanity-saving advice told through stores from Sarah’s own wedding and from her experience in the wedding industry. Planning ideas and tips are included.
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