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Jeremiah Rood , Book Reviewer

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YHWH and the Sacred Secret

by Jeremiah Rood

"YHWH and the Sacred Secret" is a contemplative, impassioned work that argues for the importance of God and the Bible. Monte Perepelkin’s "YHWH and the Sacred Secret" says that people should practice their Christian faith in a more... Read More

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Shaken Awake

by Jeremiah Rood

"Shaken Awake" is a heartwarming Christian novel about a church waking up to change the world in necessary ways. Allen Madding’s gripping Christian novel, "Shaken Awake", imagines what might happen if a local church really tried to... Read More

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Eyes Wide Open

by Jeremiah Rood

"Eyes Wide Open" is a hopeful self-improvement book that suggests that deeper insights are possible at any age. Christine Bryce’s thoughtful self-improvement book "Eyes Wide Open" is made up of a series of loosely linked essays about... Read More

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Prayer Changes Things

by Jeremiah Rood

"Prayer Changes Things" is an accessible introduction to Pentecostal prayer. Beatrice B. Fearon’s inspiring book "Prayer Changes Things" is an accessible guide to prayer. Beginning with a theology of prayer that encourages people to... Read More

Book Review

Sea Change

by Jeremiah Rood

In Nancy Kress’s terrifying novel "Sea Change", a famine-stricken, near-future world has turned its back on science. In 2005, Renata’s life was normal. She was a student at Yale, worried about her difficult roommate and... Read More

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The Tea Chest

by Jeremiah Rood

Heidi Chiavaroli’s thrilling romance "The Tea Chest" asks questions that resonate beyond the immediate needs of its heroines. Emma and Hayley live two hundred years apart, but they are connected through their tenacity and willingness... Read More

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