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Golden Apples for Golden-Agers

by Diane Taylor

A Christian devotional that addresses the spiritual needs of seniors, "Golden Apples for Golden-Agers" provides daily guidance on the life-changing issues that many seniors have in common. The golden apples of the title refer to the... Read More

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Appalachian Child

by Diane Taylor

A straightforward account of an abusive childhood in the rural Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia, this unsentimental memoir succeeds more as a chronicle of a bygone way of life than it does as the story of a strong-willed survivor... Read More

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Who Me?

by Diane Taylor

Intended as an analysis of how scientific theories can enhance, rather than detract from, the lives of Christians, Who Me? Choosing Radiance, A Better Way of Being is instead a wildly confusing polemic that can only serve to bewilder... Read More

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The Four Fabulists

by Diane Taylor

By comparing the biblical narratives attributed to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John with the contemporaneous historical narratives composed by authors such as Herodotus, Tacitus, and others, "The Four Fabulists" challenges the idea that the... Read More

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Knock and I Will Dine with You

by Diane Taylor

"Knock and I Will Dine with You" is long on religious fervor and short on literary merit. No doubt Clara E. Garcia means well when she states that, “the words just come, as if it’s not even me saying it but that some force of good is... Read More

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We Are the Angels

by Diane Taylor

A man claiming divine inspiration uses scripture to promote the idea that human beings are actually angels, that some people are predestined to be saved, and that God Himself created evil so that humans might come to know true goodness.... Read More

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Thy Club and Thy Staff

by Diane Taylor

A collection of twenty-one daily Christian devotionals for women golfers, "Thy Club and Thy Staff" is comforting and benign, like chicken soup on a frigid day. With a USGTF (United States Golf Teachers Federation) Level III certification... Read More

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