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Author Archives: Rev. Dr. Michael Philliber

Book Review: ‘I Chose to Be a U.S. Marine’ by George W. Carrington

IChooseToBeAMarine

Carrington simply retells, almost anecdotally, his experiences with people and situations, mostly outside of combat. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Fiat’ by Jeffrey D. Schlaman

Fiat

The start of a new dystopian series could have used a firm editor. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Being Fabulously Fit in God’s Kingdom’ by Renee Wiggins, RD. LD.

BeingFabulouslyFit

How to maintain a healthy life: body and soul. Read More »

Book Review: Prayers and Promises for My Little Grandchild by Jerry Cook

For grandparents to remind the children in their lives that they are loved, treasured, and prayed for. Read More »

Book Review: Twelve Foundation Stones of the Scriptures by Elmer Mulhausen

Having a simple book that guides one through the Biblical story can be helpful. Read More »

Book Review: The Last Kings of Norse America: Runestone Keys to a Lost Empire by Robert G. Johnson and Janey Westin

The Last Kings of Norse America offers the first words of a 1362 memorial poem inscribed on the Spirit Pond runestone found in Maine. Read More »

Book Review: The Profits of Doom: Milking the Apocalyptic Cash Cow for All It’s Worth by Robert Stricklin

The clock is ticking. The days are numbered. The signs are everywhere. Are we really on the eve of destruction? Nahhhh… Read More »

Book Review: The Cry of Havoc: Part One, Life Descending by John Hennessy

On a world once devastated by deadly climate shifts, war threatens a continent in turmoil. Read More »

Book Review: Body Broken: Can Republicans and Democrats Sit in the Same Pew? by Charles D. Drew

Can Christians be political activists without hating those who disagree? Read More »

Book Review: The Gospel Story Bible: Discovering Jesus in the Old and New Testaments by Marty Machowski

The easy-to-read storybook introduces many captivating people, places, and events from the Bible's Old and New Testaments, showing how each one ultimately points to Jesus. Read More »