“The Old Testament Case for Nonviolence” by Matthew Curtis Fleischer

The Old Testament Case for NonviolenceThe Old Testament Case for Nonviolence by Matthew Curtis Fleischer
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Disclaimer: this book is intended for Christian audiences. The book looks at the violence of the Christian Old Testament and tries to argue for a fulfillment in Jesus, giving a future status of nonviolence. To accomplish this, the author first highlights the score of violent episodes found in Torah. [Click Here for Full Review]

“Our Young Guardians: Seven & Two” by Rodi Szoke

Our Young Guardians: Seven & TwoOur Young Guardians: Seven & Two by Rodi Szoke
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book gives a mysterious tale wrapped in riddles. While enjoyable at times, much like the cavern scene in The Hobbit, the unfortunate circumstance in this case is the reader’s connection to the narrator, in which it reads much like a manuscript discovered, with the riddles saved for the audience. [Click Here for Full Review]