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March 2011

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 2011.

Book Review

Holy Hodgepodge!

by Philip J. Kowalski

With its brilliant simplicity, "Holy Hodgepodge!" serves as a guide to a life of piety and sincerity. "Holy Hodgepodge!" by Paul E. Sago works to break through the mess surrounding organized Western religion, arguing that most people... Read More

Book Review

Outliving Your Ovaries

by Carrie Wallace

Dr. Johnson has developed an effective method for treating menopause that combines natural and pharmaceutical modalities. The title of "Outliving Your Ovaries" is appropriate, aside from being a real attention-grabber. In it, medical... Read More

Book Review

Topper and the Stable

by Cheryl Hibbard

"Topper and the Stable" looks like a children’s book, but it is a Christmas story, above all else, intended for anyone who honors the religious significance of the holiday. The book also offers some innovative additions to a well-known... Read More

Book Review

So, You've Got Bugs

by Mark McLaughlin

“The devil has been going out of his way to give us bugs,” believes Cailean Terence. “All forms of religious studies acknowledge demons in some form or another,” he adds. “They are our No. 1 enemy” and “inspire us to... Read More

Book Review

A Right to Bear Arms?

by Katerie Prior

The year 2012 was one of the worst on record for mass shootings in the United States. Sixteen high-profile shootings occurred in a variety of settings, one an elementary school in Connecticut where 27 people, including 20 children, were... Read More

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