The Life Cycles Revolution

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By Neil Killion

“The Life Cycles Revolution” by Neil Killion is the kind of book that attracts spiritually attuned people, open-minded individuals, intelligentsia members or “left-field” thinkers like me. The basic premise is that your life changes in 12-year intervals and is marked by Trafalgar Moments (low points...

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Trusting God Day by Day

365 Daily Devotions
By Joyce Meyer

365 days worth of inspiration is what you will find in Joyce Meyer's "Trusting God Day By Day". The author never disappoints her reader and this book is a treasure indeed, a perfect way to start or end the day. Be lifted up in God's...

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The Fact/Faith Debate

Why Science Hasn't Killed Religion
By Jack Gage

"The Fact/Faith Debate: why science hasn't killed religion," written by Jack Gage, explores beliefs and experiences that are commonly debated among religious and scientific groups. There are nineteen chapters in this book, each focusing on a specific event or subject and a bibliography is included...

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The Book of Life

The Theory of Everything
By Paul Zecos

Paul Zecos is a man to be reckoned with. He is on a mission to impart his version of what Jesus’ messages were to humankind. The subtitle - "Theory of Everything" - explains what he is attempting to do. I believe he is an heir...

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The Planet-Girded Suns

History of Human Thought About Extrasolar Worlds
By Sylvia Engdahl

"The Planet-Girded Suns" by Sylvia Engdahl is about what people have thought about exoplanets, and how the thoughts of exoplanets have influenced our thinking. It starts off with an account of historical thoughts from the Aristotelian era through the middle ages to the present. This...

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The Genesis One Code

By Daniel Friedmann

When a discussion on the origin of the earth comes up most people will have one of these two opinions. There are those who will take the side of science; they believe in the big bang theory and evolution. The other popular belief is that...

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Teen Devotionals... for Girls!

By Heather Hart and Shelley Hitz

"Teen Devotionals . . . for Girls" is to help young girls find a way to apply God’s Words to their lives. These devotions are written just for young girls, with topics that deal with what teenagers are facing today. The desire of the authors...

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Tilogos

A Treatise on the Origins and Evolution of Language
By Sherman P. Bastarache

Sherman P. Bastarache has an inordinate interest in language. His interest began when he was in the eighth grade. His teacher was discussing evolution and a student commented that words cannot evolve. Suddenly, it occurred to Bastarache that if you add a 't' to 'here'...

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The Father's Love

By Dave Moore

"The Father’s Love" is an emotionally charged and inspiring short novel written by Dave Moore. This story is inspired by true events and real people. Dave Moore’s son, David, is a freshman in college who is facing difficult times when he suddenly leaves a note...

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The Case of: Is Santa Claus Real?

The Story of Why Christmas
By David W. and Anita R. Hill

When authors David and Anita Hill asked a group of students to explain the meaning of Christmas, they got some interesting answers such as, “Doing something fun when it’s snowing outside,” “Coming together as a family,” and “Getting presents and eating a lot of food.”...

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