Wednesday, September 30, 2009

The Evolution Conspiracy Vol. 1

Exposing Life's Inexplicable origins & The Cult of Darwin
By Lisa A. Shiel

Whether you are an evolutionist, creationist, or some other belief, The Evolution Conspiracy is a well scientific researched book that examines the theories revolving around evolution. Do you believe that humans are descended from apes, or some other animal? The Evolution Conspiracy is a book that examines from a scientific perspective that theories from the various scientific disciplines.

This reviewer found the book filled with science, not conjecture, although some of the paleoanthropologists and paleontologists only have theories with scant proof other than incomplete fossils and conjecture from these incomplete fossils.

Read The Evolution Conspiracy and make your own decision about evolution, this reviewer did and gives this book a four star recommendation.

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Monday, September 21, 2009


By Paul Gehrman

This book is the first novel by Mr. Gehrman; it is well written and engaging. It is spiritual and freethinking at the same time. There are quotes or bible passages beginning the chapters that relate well to the subject matter of the chapter. This reviewer found the characters multifaceted and believable.

There are quotes from some of the world’s greatest thinkers. The premises of the book, has multiple levels of information, freethinking, spirituality, along with a good storyline. David Chambers, one of the main characters is a person of wealth and power, which he uses in philanthropic endeavors. There is a good deal of history, Christian, Mormonism, and spirituality in the chapters of this novel that people will find themselves thinking about.

If you are looking for a good book to read, this may just be the book for you.
Kaleidoscope is a story that most reader will enjoy reading. This reviewer gives this book a four star rating.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Babysitting Sugarpaw

By VS Grenier
Illustrated by Kevin Collier

This book could be a child’s first book. The book is a picture book that tells the story of Sugarpaw, and his babysitter Bonnie Whiskers. Sugarpaw does not want a babysitter, but his parents feel differently.

See what Sugarpaw does to get his way with the babysitter, a far as the time for bed, snack and more. This reviewer found this a perfect book for a child’s first book. The illustrations and writing are well done; and will make this book a joy in a child’s life. This book could become one of a child’s favorite books, and something that is something to pass on to their child, if treated with some care. This reviewer has no doubt that children and parents will like this book; and it will be read over many times.

This reviewer is keeping this book for his Great-Grandchild. This book receives a four star rating from this reviewer.

The god of the Church Growth Movement

By Martin Murphy

Is the Church a building, or the people in it? No matter the denomination, is the Church merely the bricks and mortar, or is it more? What does The Bible say about what a Church is?

Trough the reading of this book, Mr. Murphy, through scripture explains the meaning of the Church and the Growth movement within. This reviewer was intrigued with the premise and the writing in this book. If you are a person of faith, this book will give you pause to think about the term and meaning of the word “Church.” This reviewer found it easy reading and a different perspective about what a Church is and the meaning of it in today’s society. Is the “Church Growth Movement” a theological or philosophical movement? You will need to read this book and make your own determination.

This book receives a four star rating from this reviewer.