Reviews by EnnisP
On 5/25 EnnisP wrote: The following links access the most competitive prices. Using them helps defray expenses for this website. If you are looking for a strictly theological analysis of Communion then The Sacred Meal by Nora Gallagher is not for you. But, if you are interested in fleshing out this ancient practice ... Book Review: The Sacred Meal by Nora Gallagher
On 5/15 EnnisP wrote: The following links access the most competitive prices. Using them helps defray expenses for this website. In The Final Summit Andy Andrews gives very clear and practical instructions for saving humanity one person at a time. Although fictional, he draws lessons from the real life experiences ... The Final Summit by Andy Andrews
On 3/15 EnnisP wrote: If you have no answers for skeptics, or worse, you haven’t developed the skill to formulate arguments this book if for you. Charles Foster, drawing on experience as a barrister, does more than just “assert” the resurrection of Jesus. Instead, in his recent book, The Jesus Inquest, he grapples ... Book Review: "The Jesus Inquest" by Charles Foster
On 1/3 EnnisP wrote: In Tithing, Douglas Leblanc provides much more than a narrow discussion on a traditional issue. It isn’t the same old arguments presented the same boringly technical way. Instead, and in spite of the fact that he is “no theologian or exegetical writer,” Douglas has found an intriguing ... Book Review: “Tithing” by Douglas Leblanc
On 11/19 EnnisP wrote: Heaven Is For Real is a bio of a “near death” experience (NDE) but without all the “weird” and “sketchy” details that usually accompany such stories. It doesn’t focus on “long tunnels with lights at the end” or the sensation of watching medical personnel feverishly operate from a hovering ... Book Review: Heaven Is For Real
On 10/13 EnnisP wrote: In "Jungle Warfare" Christopher Cunningham takes cues from a military field manual written by his grandfather to put together a series of devotions for Christians in sales. A salesman himself, Christopher knows first hand the difficulties facing those who make a living moving products, through sales, ... "Jungle Warfare"
On 7/17 EnnisP wrote: Have you ever wondered why there are so many different Christian religions? Have you tried putting your finger on the differences and, if so, could you explain the "what" and "why" of each one? Do you find the many different types of theologies and the endless versions of each confusing? If these questions ... Magnify Christ - Overcome The Rift