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David George, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Power and the Glory

by David George

“The debate about reason and faith is a philosophical one, which means any normally intelligent person can participate if he is willing to think and discuss issues as a way of gathering insights,” Burgess Laughlin writes.... Read More

Book Review

MIFT

by David George

“Everything that exists within the universe is a direct result of magnetic induction.” This bold statement by Ingrid M. Raunikar in MIFT: Magnetic Induction Field Theory sums up her attempt to reach for the holy grail of physics—a... Read More

Book Review

Mass Transit

by David George

Mass Transit, a collection of seven short stories and twenty-eight poems by F. Flobo Boyce, is presented in sections whose names follow a transportation theme. The book’s first story, “The Groomsman” involves a taxi driver who... Read More

Book Review

Integrated Lives

by David George

In recent decades, people have run so hard after a few pet doctrines that they have forgotten to balance them with the rest of Scripture. Doctrines taken in isolation can result in an inadequate foundation and a fragmented church. In... Read More

Book Review

A Hole in the Attic

by David George

In Mary Ellen Dias’ debut novel, A Hole in the Attic, Trish Montgomery has retired from teaching in San Francisco and moved to Fernville in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Having found the right house, she buys it and begins fixing it up.... Read More

Book Review

Count a Hundred Stars

by David George

“‘Mind if I join you?’ Calder asked, climbing in and sitting next to her before she could object,” the author writes. “Calder’s leg brushed against her as the van turned a corner, and the image of his hand on hers flashed... Read More

Book Review

Links

by David George

Links is a collection of short stories for the postmodern era. Kaylia M. Metcalfe has crafted ten tales of people who are desperately in need of a true connection, yet hampered by the common inclination to hide their real selves behind... Read More

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