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  • If I may be so bold, let me also recommend my new book, co-authored with the Rev. Dr. Paul T. Rock: “Jesus, Pope Francis and a Protestant Walk into a Bar: Lessons for the Christian Church.” It may inspire you to better ecumenical and interfaith relations. See: http://amzn.to/1GjnHXQ

  • Jack

    Book sales running short?

  • Glad to see Ferguson and Faith on this 2015 list! It’s available for 50% OFF now through the end of the year with coupon code SAVE50 applied at checkout. Just FYI!

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  • Fran

    The most-inspired book of any age or generation is, and always will be, God’s Word, the Bible.

  • Indeed, it is the Word of God that is the most inspired once again. Year after year, the Bible continues to be the best seller by far. Somehow the books of men are not able to compete with the Word of God. I wonder why that is? LOL But not everyone loves the Bible. Not everyone loves the Gospel, or the preaching of the cross. That is, that Jesus Christ sacrificially atoned for our sins on the cross, was buried and rose again. For the Holy Spirit says through Paul in 1 Corinthians chapter 1: “For the preaching of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing.” But then He adds: “but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” So we see on these blogs, exactly what God revealed to us over 2000 years ago. Awesome. For those who truly are seeking the truth, receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. Turn away from sin. Then you will know the power of God in your own life. God Bless

  • Bob

    No, Fran and Mark, really the bible is a truly horrid book, with explicit instructions for killing and other violent acts as well as support for slavery, and horrid punishments done to people by the nasty sky fairy “god” of its tall tales. In addition, the Jesus tale is complete nonsense. How is it again that your omnipotent being couldn’t do his saving bit without the whole silly Jesus hoopla? And how was Jesus’ death a “sacrifice”, when an omnipotent being could just pop up a replacement son any time with less than a snap of his fingers? Not only that, but an omnipotent “god” would have known that Jesus wouldn’t really stay dead. That is no sacrifice at all.

    It’s also worth asking why such a claimed benevolent, wonderfully kind, “god” has to put us through thousands of years of anxious waiting before “saving” us from a flawed life that he supposedly created. The Christian beliefs are just plain ridiculous, and false.