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Jeremiah Rood , Book Reviewer

Book Review

Morality

by Jeremiah Rood

A wide-ranging, organized, cohesive statement about what morality means, "Morality" is a thought-provoking text. Roger V. Moseley’s erudite social science book "Morality" examines how moral and ethical decisions are made and... Read More

Book Review

I See You

by Jeremiah Rood

The real question posed by Terence Lester’s thoughtful, inspirational Christian book "I See You" is whether we are willing to see ourselves in the faces of the poor and forgotten. Lester’s work succeeds both at comforting the... Read More

Book Review

In Jerusalem

by Jeremiah Rood

What happens in Jerusalem is as much about family as it is about the Israeli-Palestinian divide. Lis Harris’s cultural and political history "In Jerusalem" combines deft analysis with open inquiries in search of the emotional truth... Read More

Book Review

Father Mark's Journal

by Jeremiah Rood

Father Mark’s Journal is an enjoyable mystery that explores the hidden life of a man of God. In B. A. Trice’s clever mystery novel Father Mark’s Journal, the intimate details of a priest’s life make a point about religion and... Read More

Book Review

Eddies of His Breath

by Jeremiah Rood

"Eddies of His Breath" is a narrative Christian spiritual commentary that does a good job of highlighting the less considered characters of the Bible. Eric Ribbens’s inspirational scriptural commentary "Eddies of His Breath" seeks to... Read More

Book Review

A Single Drop

by Jeremiah Rood

"A Single Drop" is a tongue-in-cheek thriller about an accountant-turned-hero whose errors are engaging. In Larry Cutts’s lighthearted thriller "A Single Drop", a mild-mannered man faces a world of trouble, including mobsters, loan... Read More

Book Review

Wait

by Jeremiah Rood

Like a blinking yellow traffic light for the soul, Rebecca Brewster Stevenson’s Christian inspiration book "Wait" seeks meaning and hope in expectation, reimagining waiting as a prayerful avenue to finding God’s grace. Sometimes God... Read More

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