Monthly Archives: March 2013

I read Iscariot and didn’t even have to pay 30 pieces of silver

CONTENT Iscariot is the fruit of a three year spiritual journey of the author, Tosca Lee. She set out on this quest, she says, with the belief “that we all err in ways that make sense to us; we do … Continue reading

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Stop Asking Jesus Into Your Heart or I’ll bury you alive in a box!

CONTENT You can read my comments at greater length elsewhere, but to summarize here, I embrace all the Scriptures that Greear cites. I just think that his regurgitated use of them represents what is often called MOTSH change: More Of … Continue reading

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Beautiful Nate

Just got in 50 copies of Dennis Mansfield’s new book, Beautiful Nate into the BookCellar. So looking forward to the read. I’m setting aside a few things. His book has a recommendation from Randy Alcorn, John Eldredge, and Bruce Marchiano … Continue reading

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Yes, it’s probably a Sin to read The Idolatry of God

CONTENT Reading Rollins is more chiropractic adjustment than smooth massage. It’s neck cracking. And for the cracking to work, you have to totally relax. You have to release your head into another’s hands. Just for a moment. Yeah. It’s like … Continue reading

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Got a few seconds to read The 10 Second Rule?

CONTENT Of all the new books coming across my desk, I’m not sure why I picked up this one. Maybe I was simply following the 10 Second Rule before I even knew what it was. And no, it’s about about … Continue reading

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