“How Jesus Saves the World from Us” by Morgan Guyton

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How Jesus Saves the World from UsHow Jesus Saves the World from Us by Morgan Guyton
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The title of this work suggests a problem with Christianity, and the author is correct. In this book, Guyton sets out to address twelve antidotes to toxic Christianity. What are the antidotes, and what is toxic? According to the author, worship cures performance, mercy cures sacrifice, empty cures clean, breath cures meat, honor cures terror, poetry cures math, communion cures correctness, Temple cures program, solidarity cures sanctimony, outsiders cures insiders, servanthood cures leadership, and kingdom cures stadium. Continue reading

“Zero-G” by William Shatner & Jeff Rovin

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Zero-G: Book 1: A NovelZero-G: Book 1: A Novel by William Shatner
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This science fiction novel is written by none other than the lifelong actor and entrepreneur of science fiction, William Shatner. Shatner is best known for his portrayal of Captain Kirk in Star Trek and his role in the plane episode of The Twilight Zone. Continue reading

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“While My Child is Away” by Edie Melson

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While My Child is Away: My Prayers For When We are ApartWhile My Child is Away: My Prayers For When We are Apart by Edie Melson
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

This book is about prayer. There are many different types of “prayer books,” some which encourage prayer, others which educate on prayer, and even more that believe prayer has supernatural powers. Does it? This book believes that it does and that parents need to pray for their children every day to help prevent or survive danger. The book contains instructions and guides on how to pray for children in the capacity of “prayer warrior,” doing spiritual battle to save their souls and bodies. Continue reading

“The Berenstain Bears Book of Prayers” by Mike Berenstain

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The Berenstain Bears Book of PrayersThe Berenstain Bears Book of Prayers by Mike Berenstain
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is a board book. This is great because it means my munchkin won’t easily eat all the pages. Each page has wonderful Berenstain Bears artwork, showing the Bear family as they journey throughout the day. Continue reading