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Jeremiah Rood , Book Reviewer

Book Review

Walker's Key

by Jeremiah Rood

Hinging on the question of whether it is sometimes necessary to kill in order to stop evil, Walker’s Key is a satisfying and dramatic historical novel. Set in the Florida Keys, Frank B. Haddleton’s suspenseful historical novel... Read More

Book Review

Life

by Jeremiah Rood

"Life"’s idealism about growing and aging is meaningfully tempered as it considers the realities of racism. Floyd L. Griffin Jr.’s engaging social science book "Life" considers the impact of race in America through the lens of human... Read More

Book Review

70 Weeks Prophecy

by Jeremiah Rood

"70 Weeks Prophecy" is a wide-ranging exploration of the links between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Pedro C. Arceno Jr.’s intense "70 Weeks Prophecy" argues that Islam is the one true faith. This sprawling book begins its argument... Read More

Book Review

The Covenant of Salt

by Jeremiah Rood

"The Covenant of Salt" is an inspirational guidebook for believers. Nguumbur Lovette Ikongo’s inspirational self-help book "The Covenant of Salt" uses biblical insights to promote spiritual development. Building on Jesus’s idea that... Read More

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The God That I Know

by Jeremiah Rood

The poems of "The God That I Know" function as a personal testimony about Jesus. John Rogers’s passionate poetry book "The God That I Know" draws inspiration from the biblical psalms to impart hope. The book’s seventy-five poems,... Read More

Book Review

Lighter Living

by Jeremiah Rood

"Lighter Living" is an inspirational self-help book full of humble advice for clearing clutter so that you can better see what truly matters. Lisa J. Shultz’s inspiring self-help book "Lighter Living" pitches the value of minimalistic... Read More

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