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Finding hope in the sovereignty of God

Books | An excerpt from WORLD’s 2018 Book of the Year in the Accessible Theology category
by Cameron Cole
Posted 3/09/19, 09:59 am

Cameron Cole’s cry from the heart and mind was WORLD’s 2018 Book of the Year in the Accessible Theology category because Therefore I Have Hope can benefit both sufferers and their friends who want to help. The center of the book physically and spiritually is God’s providence.

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The folly of man

Books | Three books touching on atheism 
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 2/28/19, 01:38 pm

Stanley Corngold’s Walter Kaufmann: Philosopher, Humanist, Heretic (Princeton, 2018) is a biography of the scholar best known for his attempt in 1950 to change the reputation of Friedrich Nietzsche from proto-Nazi to humanist existentialist. That’s tough sledding, because Nietzsche’s hero was the Übermensch, the superior person who possesses a will to power and does not let thoughts of mercy turn him aside from his struggle. Nietzsche’s villains were compassionate Christians who practiced charity toward the poor and the weak.

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Persevering people

Children's Books | Recent biographies for kids
by Mary Jackson
Posted 2/28/19, 01:29 pm

Secret Engineer: How Emily Roebling Built the Brooklyn Bridge

Rachel Dougherty

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