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Every Book of the Bible in One Word Garrett Kell

God reveals himself through his Word. When he speaks, he teaches us what he is like, how he acts, and how he desires us to respond. As a whole, the Bible is about God. It’s about God the Father displaying his glory through … Continue reading

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What’s a Chained Library?

The Chained Library at Hereford Cathedral is a unique and fascinating treasure in Britain’s rich heritage of library history; there were books at Hereford Cathedral long before there was a ‘library’ in the modern sense. The cathedral’s earliest and most … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on the Reading of Books By Al Mohler

Posted:January 2, 2014 https://albertmohler.com/2014/01/02/some-thoughts-on-the-reading-of-books-2/ I cannot really remember when I did not love to read books. I do know that I was very eager to learn to read, and that I quickly found myself immersed in the world of books … Continue reading

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Ten Non-Fiction Books I Want to Read This Summer

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What Is the Measure of a Great Book? Tim Challies

  I read a lot of books. I read a lot of books because I just plain love to read, and I read a lot of books because, as a reviewer, I receive a lot of them and am always … Continue reading

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A Tribute To Billy Graham

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6 Lessons from Pride and Prejudice

  Posted: January 28, 2018 1. We can see ourselves and sin in its characters. If we read Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice with an eye on our own tendencies, we may recognize some of the more unappealing qualities of … Continue reading

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