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William Gee, Book Reviewer

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Up and In

by William Gee

Motivational business book combines faith with leadership and life skills. Being discouraged, feeling adrift, and struggling with what life has dealt us are experiences to which many can relate. Some, though, are trapped in a seemingly... Read More

Book Review

Beyond Good Intentions

by William Gee

Advertisements make persuasive cases for giving to international aid agencies. In "Beyond Good Intentions", Tori Hogan offers a firsthand account of what such donations, as well as those from governments and businesses, actually provide.... Read More

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Salvation Elucidated

by William Gee

Multiple Christian denominations have disagreed for nearly two thousand years now about what salvation is, how one receives it, and what its effects are. In "Salvation Elucidated", James Wilmes explores the major issues surrounding... Read More

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God's Law

by William Gee

Some Christians believe Jesus and Paul overturned the laws of the Old Testament and in their place instituted new laws of love and grace. In God’s Law, Captain Sonny Paago seeks to correct this view by explaining that the Old Testament... Read More

Book Review

Amen

by William Gee

Many people end prayers with “Amen” without much thought to the word’s meaning. To Nicholas P. Ginex, doing so is an incantation to the ancient Egyptian god of the same name. In Amen: The Beginning of the Creation of God, Ginex... Read More

Book Review

The King of Babylon

by William Gee

Receiving an unexpected inheritance is a dream for many, but in Martin Boltax’s debut novel, The King of Babylon: Search of the Eternal Truth, inheritance can have dangerous consequences. The story opens with John Karras recounting... Read More

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Why Be Fundamental

by William Gee

Doctrinal positions advocated by various Christian churches are rarely discussed openly in society unless they are about abortion or homosexuality. In "Why Be Fundamental", Kevin Holland boldly delves beyond the culture war issues to... Read More

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