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August 25 2011 By virtueonline A Clear Steer on Stott

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"Inside Story" provides lots of insights gleaned from Stott's personal diary and notes, interviews with friends and careful conversation. In fewer than 300 pages Steer has managed a distillation of 90 years and 50 books. He combines biography and bibliography.

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August 22 2011 By virtueonline Hood professor co-edits book of essays on C.S. Lewis and his contemporaries

"C.S. Lewis and Friends: Faith and the Power of Imagination" features essays on C.S. Lewis and some of his contemporaries by exploring reason and imagination and where they intersect within one's faith.

"Imagination is not divorced from reason," said David Hein, Ph.D, a humanities professor who has taught at Hood College for 28 years.

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August 09 2011 By virtueonline Scene by Selwob: Topical Cartoons (1998-2010) from Frank D. Bowles

Each cartoon comes with its own dateline and the historical context in which the cartoon was drawn with references back to Wikipedia.

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April 26 2011 By virtueonline MOTHERING MOTHER: A Daughter's Experience in Caregiving

Eischen's book is a deeply personal account of insights that only a caregiver can give. Even when her mother suffered a tragic accident that left her, at the age of 88, with third degree burns over twenty-five percent of her body and hospitalized for five months, her daughter was always "there" for her.

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March 09 2011 By virtueonline The Sublime Engine

In the book's poignant fictionalized vignettes, people sick with heart disease seek care from the doctors of their era. A Greek man of 400 B.C. with a failing heart, for example, goes to the Temple of Asklepios, where magical therapies fail him. But then, with the help of the empirical Hippocrates, he finds relief through dietary treatment and modest blood- letting.

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February 09 2011 By virtueonline The Archbishop of Canterbury's Shadow Gospel

An answer often given is that the Anglican churches in the west have taken on board the secular culture around them, to the point that they no longer have much distinctive to offer to the world. But Raven goes beyond this to focus on the role of Williams, the present Archbishop of Canterbury.

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December 10 2010 By virtueonline The Cosmopolitan Club Dossier

This cabal works with another group, the Frankfurt school, a dozen Marxist scholars from Frankfurt University in Germany, who escaped to Columbia University during World War II and moved out to teach and make disciples for their particular marriage of Freud and Marx, at universities all over the country.

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December 08 2010 By virtueonline Is God A Moral Monster: Best Defense of the Old Testament

Better still, give it to those who are swayed by the shallow prejudice of popular atheism without reading the Bible for themselves. I strongly recommend this book. We have wanted and needed it for a long time." I learned about the book from Justin Taylor who links to a synopsis found in Copan's own blog post: Here are some of the highlights of the book:

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Charles Raven begin_of_the_skype_highlighting     end_of_the_skype_highlighting charts the problems Dr Williams' Hegelian theological approach has posed for the Anglican Communion since his 'The Body's Grace' lecture in 1989, which became a seminal text for gay religious activists, through his championing of the attempt to water down the 1998 Lambeth Resolution 1.10 affirming biblical orthodoxy, through the impact of his appointment as Archbishop of Canterbury in 2002, up to recent events in

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