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For Men Only

For Men Only: A Straightforward Guide To The Inner Lives Of Women By: Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn Another self-help book parading itself as christian. Christian authors need to learn that self-help is not a christian thing. Write a self-help book … Continue reading

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Nearing Home

Nearing Home: Life, Faith And Finishing Well By: Billy Graham Nearing Home by Billy Graham is just another one of his pointless books like all of his other pointless books. It’s filled with useless impractical advice that can’t benefit anyone … Continue reading

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Decision Points

Decision Points By: George W. Bush Decision Points is a presidential autobiography which serves essentially as a sequel to Bush’s earlier pre-presidential biography named A Charge To Keep. Obviously if you’re a Bush-hater you need not bother with the book. … Continue reading

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The Book Of Man

The Book Of Man: Readings On The Path To Manhood By: William J. Bennett The Book Of Man was actually quite good. William Bennett overall has produced some very good books (at least the ones I’ve read). This book is … Continue reading

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More Lost Than Found

More Lost Than Found: Finding A Way Back To Faith By: Jared Herd This book is just riddled with errors. I won’t even try to deal with them all but will focus on what I think is the biggest problem … Continue reading

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Game On

Game On: Find Your Purpose-Pursue Your Dream By: Emmitt Smith Well, it’s a self help book. Specifically it’s about setting goals and carrying through on them. It’s not really that unique content wise as far as self help books go. … Continue reading

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The God Pocket

The God Pocket: He Owns It. You Carry It. Suddenly, Everything Changes. By: Bruce Wilkinson and David Kopp Bruce Wilkinson has a history of being very close to the prosperity gospel (example: The Prayer Of Jabez). I do not see … Continue reading

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