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Flight of the Angels by Allan & Aaron Reini. Hendiadys Press (2012)

Our 2012 Best Christian Fiction Fan Favorite! Flight of the Angels is an engrossing, action-packed science fiction novel with a cast of intriguing and believable characters. If I had to sum it up in terms of other sci-fi works, I’d

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Flight of the Angels by Allan & Aaron Reini. Hendiadys Press (2012)

Our 2012 Best Christian Fiction Fan Favorite! Flight of the Angels is an engrossing, action-packed science fiction novel with a cast of intriguing and believable characters. If I had to sum it up in terms of other sci-fi works, I’d

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Indoctrination: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity. Edited by Charles Laverdiere. Master Books: Green Forest, AR (2012)

I’m always leery of the book version of a film, especially documentaries and other nonfictional media, mostly because the “novelization” tends to rehash the same ground that I just covered in the movie. But every once in a while, the

indoctrinationbook

Indoctrination: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity. Edited by Charles Laverdiere. Master Books: Green Forest, AR (2012)

I’m always leery of the book version of a film, especially documentaries and other nonfictional media, mostly because the “novelization” tends to rehash the same ground that I just covered in the movie. But every once in a while, the

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Who Needs A Superhero? Finding Virtue, Vice, and What’s Holy in the Comics by H. Michael Brewer – Baker Books (2004)

Few books in Christendom are wrapped around as brilliant a concept as this one. Within the pages of Who Needs A Superhero?, author H. Michael Brewer takes his love and knowledge of comic book superheroes and explores some key doctrines

whoneedsasuperhero-hmichaelbrewer

Who Needs A Superhero? Finding Virtue, Vice, and What’s Holy in the Comics by H. Michael Brewer – Baker Books (2004)

Few books in Christendom are wrapped around as brilliant a concept as this one. Within the pages of Who Needs A Superhero?, author H. Michael Brewer takes his love and knowledge of comic book superheroes and explores some key doctrines