Mr. P. Gardiner

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Simply Christian by Tom Wright
Simply Christian by Tom Wright
I think that this book would be perfect for personal and small group study among Christians. I'm sure that most Christians will be surprised and challenged by some of the ideas put forward in the book, but even if you don't agree with everything you have to admire his passion for uniting the church and helping us to rediscover our mission. He doesn't hide his views on subjects that have divided Christians, but I believe he is right to do so whilst at the same time showing understanding of other opinions. At a more academic level, his three volume work on Jesus and the resurrection has certainly helped my own understanding of Jesus but I think that Wright is more than able to distill his… Read more
The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Wi&hellip by Jonas Jonasson
I enjoyed the first third of the book. The idea of a hundred year old guy starting out on an unplanned escape from a nursing home has to be one of the more original plot lines, and the colourful characters he meets certainly spice things up for a while. The alternating chapters reviewing his past exploits move so quickly through a 'who's who' of the Twentieth Century that I lost a bit of interest in the latter part of the novel. The underlying philosophy appears to be that the only bad things in life are religion and politics. If only people could sit down together over a bottle of vodka all their differences would be sorted out. Amusing, but not entirely convincing. Overall, enjoyable… Read more
Evernote for your Life | A Practical Guide for the&hellip by Tyler Collins
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent guide, 9 Jan 2013
Free ebook, worth having a look at if you want to get the most out of Evernote. It isn't too long, either.

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