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Men, It's Time to Come Clean PDF Print E-mail
Written by Steve Strang   
Tuesday, 07 May 2013 02:18 PM EDT

DougWeiss-WebAmerica is No. 1 in the world in many ways. Sadly, it's also No. 1 in the purveyor of pornography. Many believers are trapped. Depending upon what surveys you believe, as many as 40% of all Christian men need to come clean from sexual sin.

That's why it's important that we get the word out about Dr. Doug Weiss' new book, Clean, published by Thomas Nelson, which releases today. Instead of haranguing men about their lack of sexual integrity, this is a proven plan for men committed to stay clean. That's because all Christian men have been called to a life of sexual success.

Dr. Weiss is a well-known author and has written many books. I got an advanced copy of his book in February and read it. To me, it's the best book he's written. It's clear and concise, and it has a lot of new information not contained in his other books—things such as intimacy anorexia and the importance of holiness and how it relates to being clean sexually.

Bonus review: ‘Muscular Faith’ PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 03 August 2011 02:35 PM EDT

Perhaps no representative of Christianity embodied the spirit of a fighting faith as well as the apostle Paul, who suffered profoundly for Christ. He also penned the famous verses in 2 Tim. 4:6-7, which refer to the Christian life as the “good fight.”

Tyndale promotes summer reading PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 06 June 2011 08:37 AM EDT

Kids and teens who need a little more incentive to read just got it from Tyndale House Publishers. Running June 1-Aug. 31, the publisher’s Summer Reading program offers an opportunity to earn rewards for reading designated books and writing about them online.

Bonus review: 'The Constantine Codex' PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 06 June 2011 07:48 AM EDT

Paul L. Maier, an expert in ancient history, takes readers on a sensational ride with his popular character Jonathan Weber (Skeleton in God’s Closet, More Than a Skeleton), a Harvard professor. Shannon, Weber’s archaeologist wife, make a startling discovery at Pella, Jordan, then a second discovery in the geniza—a storage place for decaying manuscripts—in the Eastern Orthodox Patriarchate in Istanbul, Turkey. What begins as a cataloging of ancient manuscripts ends with the revelation of long-buried portions of the New Testament in the Constantine Codex.

Middle readers get ‘relatable’ characters PDF Print E-mail
Written by Christine D. Johnson   
Sunday, 15 May 2011 11:00 PM EDT

Thomas Nelson is promising “more relatable” characters in its new middle-grade titles, releasing this month and in August under the Tommy Nelson brand.

In addition to its continuing Amish series, “The Mysteries of Middlefield” by Kathleen Fuller, the company is releasing four new series.

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