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    In his bestselling book, "The Language of God," Francis Collins the scientist who led the National Institutes of Health's Human Genome Project attempted to harmonize the findings of scientific research with Christian belief. In this response to Collins's work, fellow geneticist George C. Cunningham presents a point-by-point rebuttal of "The Language of God," arguing that there is no scientifically acceptable evidence to support belief in a personal God and much that discredits it. Written with admirable clarity for the nonscientist, "Decoding the Language of God" covers much of the same ground addressed by Collins in his book. Cunningham also devotes chapters to the unreliability of the Bible as a basis for belief; the conflict between naturalistic explanations of reality, which are anchored in scientific research, and supernatural interpretations, which are not; and the many difficulties in conceptualizing the origins of the universe in terms of a personal God. Unlike recent hostile attacks on religious belief, Cunningham's respectful, well-reasoned discussion will appeal to open-minded people across the whole spectrum of belief and unbelief.

    Jane Eyre : Readable Classics

    Jane Eyre in all of its original splendor has been brought to readable classics. The original version has been adapted only to update the language to make it easier for the modern reader of today to understand. This classic beloved tale of the orphan Jane Eyre will captivate you and keep you reading until the end. Jane Eyre, a orphan who is taken into custody by her uncle after her parents death, and ten years after his death sent away to school by her unloving, unkind aunt is everything the original manuscript is. Jane thrives and learns at school. She becomes a teacher and then a governess under her master Mr. Rochester and falls in love only to learn his shattering secret. Her life takes a turn and later reconnects to her past. She finds true happiness where she belongs. I loved every minute of this book. Though I have read Jane Eyre multiple times before, I was able to see this novel in a new light, due to the let down of a language barrier. Our vocabulary does not consist of the formalities in 1847. We do not converse on the same level, more so we discuss more freely and openly today. The novel in its new form is everything Charlotte Bronte gave to her 1847 readers, but updated for ease in understanding for today’s reader. This is a must read! I am a firm believer that you should read the original at some point in your life. However, if you have ever read Jane Eyre or if you have had trouble understanding the original this readable classic will draw you in and keep you spell bound to the end. I highly suggest this book to any reader. It is a wonderful classic novel. I look forward to reading and expanding my library to include other readable classics.

    When I asked for this book to review I thought it was something else so you can imagine my surprise when I received it. My first impression was "Wow, this is great!" And, needless to say I kept saying this throughout the book.

    Book Review A Healing Grove African Tree Remedies and Rituals for the Body and Spirit Author: Stephanie Rose Bird Publisher: Lawrence Hill Books ISBN: 978-1-55652-764-7

    Book Review Indigo Awakening: A Doctor's Memoir of Forging an Authentic Life in a Turbulent World Author: Janine Talty, DO Publisher: Elite Books ISBN: 978-1-60070-63-7

    C B Fisher relates the dreams, visions and warnings of a deceased Creek Chief. Oktaharsars Harjo predicts coming disaster and collapse of the current system and tells of the Utopian world that arises from this destruction.

    Future Hope: ITP Book One

    Hope for mankind...physical or much more?
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    Once Life Matters - A New Beginning by Marty Angelo

    Once life Matters - is about the life journey of Marty Angelo. He puts down on paper the struggles and bad decisions that rebellion can cause in one's life. Through this drama we get a peak of what it's like to be on the fast track and almost "making it" from the worlds stand point. Mr. Angelo astutely points out to the reader that God had his hand on his life while he continually spiraled down into the depths of this party lifestyle.

    The Map -The Way of All Good Men by David Murrow

    The Map is about a lost set of life changing instructions buried within the Gospel of Matthew. This anchient map shows men how to duplicate the walk of Christ which is vital if we are to complete our journeys today. The problem is the original writer(Matthew) wrote it with only the first audience in mind and this important code has been lost to many generations of readers until now, when God puts it on the hearts of several key figures to bring it to light again.

    This is a review of a good book on the topic of tithing and the attitudes that surround it and the relation with God

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