Review: Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear

“Love them as yourself, for you yourselves were foreigners in Egypt.” Leviticus 19:34 The quote above is the opening page of this book. The title grabbed my attention. The image on the cover did as well. The author, theologian and ethicist Matthew Kaemingk, takes us with him on a deep dive. A historical look back at […]

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Martin Luther: A Biography for the People

Non-Fiction titles often have awesome subtitles.  This title, Martin Luther: A Biography for the People, could not have been better stated. It is a perfect selection of words, straight forward and to the point, an excellent description of what lies within the cover of this book. I love History. I enjoy Biography’s. Especially one such […]

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A Chance in the World

“…although tragedy and loss are regrettably commonplace, we aren’t measured by what happens to us but rather by how we respond to it.”

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Discovering New Perspectives

I love to wander a bookstore. If I can find a local independent store when I travel for work I am there in a flash. I want to see them flourish so I always try to find something I might not otherwise have read. I want to discover a new perspective. Some of the best […]

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Dear Fahrenheit 451 – It’s Funny.

Good golly, this one is really something. Dear Fahrenheit 451: Love and Heartbreak in the Stakes by Annie Spence came along at just the right time. I needed a good laugh and something to keep me company on my drive across state. I wasn’t looking for it. It simply was an interesting sounding book with […]

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Exit West

The Man Booker Short list, Kirkus Prize finalist – This is Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West. It seems this novel is the talk of the town… literary world. A love story of sorts. It has been slow to get into my hands since its landing on my shelf back in March of this year. It has […]

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