Tag «Christian Book Review»

Book Review: The Rosary: Your Weapon for Spiritual Warfare

We live in a frightening time. A culture of death targets people based on what they contribute rather than their inherent human dignity, resulting in abortion and euthanasia. The amount of people addicted to porn is wild. Drugs and alcohol are presented as answers to deep emotional and/or spiritual pain. The government is thwarting its responsibility to …

Book Review: Islam

Islam was written by Andrew Bieszad who “has a master’s degree in Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim relations.” The booklet “looks inside the religion of Mohammad to reveal what its own theological authorities teach, cutting through the ignorance and wishful thinking that are too common in our culture to spell out Islam’s challenges to the Christian …

Book Review: Atheism

Atheism was written by Matt Fradd. The booklet strives to “help you understand the main arguments for and against God’s existence and give you the knowledge you need to explain to others the reasonableness of belief. This is hands down my favorite book from the 20 Answers series to date. While all the booklets are engaging, …

Book Review: Angels & Demons

Angels & Demons was written by Fr. Mike Driscoll. This is yet another solid addition to the 20 Answers Collection (yes, I am finally sharing the book reviews I wrote back in the spring). Fr. Driscoll presents clear and straightforward explanations about angels and demons. Though this entire booklet was well-written, there were two aspects that …

Book Review: Born to Soar

Every person has the desire to have an intimate relationship with God, but the way to go about it can be challenging. There are so many beautiful ways to pray, but sometimes, having structure can be helpful. Born to Soar: Unleashing God’s Word in Your Life by Melissa Overmyer is a “prayer and journal experience” …