- The Chasm (2011) by Randy Alcorn
- God and Dog (2010) by Wendy Francisco
- It is Well (2010) by Mark Dever & Michael Lawrence
- Defined by Christ (2010) by Toni Sorenson
- He Will Give You Rest (2010) by Holzapfel & Strathearn
- Even the Prophet Started Out As A Deacon (2010) by Shane Barker
- Think (2010) by John Piper
- If the Foundations Be Destroyed (1994) by Chick Salliby
- Uneclipsing the Son (2011) by Rick Holland
- Gospel Meditations for Men (2011) by Chris Anderson & Joe Tyrpak
- Our Haggadah: Uniting Traditions for Interfaith Families (2011) by Cokie & Steve Roberts
- The Egyptian File (2011, Teacher’s Book) by Answers in Genesis
- Galatians: Law & Grace, Companions in Redemption (2001) by Steve Salter
- Did The Resurrection Happen . . . Really? (2011) by Josh McDowell & Dave Sterrett
- Augustine’s Confessions: A Biography (2011) by Garry Wills
- The Council of Dads (2010) by Bruce Feiler
- Generous Justice (2010) by Timothy Keller
- Unashamed (2000) by Francine Rivers
- The Hunger Games (2008) by Suzanne Collins
- Catching Fire (2009) by Suzanne Collins
- Mockingjay (2010) by Suzanne Collins
- Idaho Bicycling Street Smarts (2005)
Michael Otterson seems to be starting his own series on differences and similarities of Mormonism and Christianity.
Dr. Mike Evans thinks that Glenn Beck is a modern day Jeremiah. (HT: SI)
“Though Romney hasn’t released his personal tax returns, he has given away millions through the Tyler Charitable Foundation, whose records are publicly available.
“From 2000 to 2009, Romney and his wife gave $6.4 million through the foundation, with $4.6 million of that then going to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where Romney is a member. The second-highest recipient of the Romneys’ gifts is the Mormon-affiliated Brigham Young University, where all five of their sons attended, underscoring the family’s commitment to their Mormon religion.”
(Sidenote Contrast – “Since 2000, [Rick] Perry and his wife Anita have donated to churches $12,668–or 0.47 percent of their income–according to their personal tax returns. They have not donated personal income to any other Christian nonprofits. . . . In 2007, when he reported income of over $1 million, he gave $90 to his church.”)
- World, August 27, 2011
High School seminary is about ready to start in Idaho Falls. But why are the 100’s of teens in town skipping over Genesis 1-5?
Perhaps the paid seminary profs might invite me as a guest speaker. Utilizing the scriptural data, I could introduce all our teens to the glorious Creator God of the universe.