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INCARNATION: A BOOK REVIEW

Incarnation: a book review In his latest book, Incarnation, Irish author, Diarmuid  O’Murchu, writes for mature adults, what he calls wise elders, people over sixty who seek adult faith formation. He believes this group especially is looking for the message … Continue reading

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The Benedict Option: a book review

  In his new book, The Benedict Option, author Rod Dreher suggests that Christian churches are heading into a New Dark age in which the power and prestige of the church will be diminished and members will suffer a loss of … Continue reading

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VAST UNIVERSE: a book review

With the development of higher resolution telescopes astronomers have been able to locate numerous planets which could be capable of sustaining life. Several websites are now available to learn what current thinking is on this subject. See SITE and NPR. Vast … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW: BAD RELIGION

Bad Religion, a new book by Ross Douthat, New York Times columnist, is impressive for the amount of research the author did in the preparation of the book. The book attempts to chronicle the demise of institutional Christianity from the … Continue reading

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