As a Christian who attended a secular school, The University of Kansas, I wish I had read this book sooner. Nothing I encountered on campus was sufficient to undermine my faith, but I often didn’t know how to answer the accusations atheists threw out, as if they were reading from a predetermined list. I never thought about how to dismantle an atheist’s position. That’s where Norman Geisler and Daniel McCoy’s book, The Atheist Fatal Flaw, could have changed my experience.
Posted Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by Kimberly
In the introduction to his book, The Pastor’s Kid, Barnabas Piper writes two things that capture The Pastor’s Kid. First Piper describes the three objectives of his book: Give voice to PKs and their challenges, speak to pastors about how they can help their kids, and write to the church about how to “ease the burden of the pastor and his family” (p. 17).
Posted Tuesday, December 2, 2014 by Kimberly
Today I’m excited to showcase Blond Cargo by John Lansing. Keep reading for more information about this thriller as well as a chance to win a copy for yourself! We also have an excerpt posted for you to read today.
“A pulse-pounding thriller with a charming protagonist” (Kirkus Reviews)
Posted Tuesday, October 7, 2014 by Kimberly
One of the things that I find so thrilling about Thor’s novels is that the scenarios he describes and technology used by his characters often show up in the real news over the next 12-18 months. So you know he’s done his research thoroughly and crafted a story that, while it is fiction, feels completely real when you are reading it. And that adds an unbelievable edge to the reading experience.
Posted Tuesday, July 8, 2014 by Kimberly
We’re giving away a copy of The Rich and the Dead, click through to enter our giveaway! I can’t tell you how much fun I had reading this book, it was pure indulgence. Interesting characters, fun dialogue and a mass murder mystery to solve made this one impossible to put down.
Posted Thursday, May 1, 2014 by Kimberly