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My dad & I have lunch once a week to catch up & discuss a book. We're starting a new one this week, though I'm pretty sure it's familiar to a lot of y'all:

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Stephen King's 11/22/63. Great story so far.
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The Matt Hughes book, again. hehe Wonder if I can get this in a kindle version lol.

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i just searched amazon, and it is indeed available on the kindle!!! BOUGHT!
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The Matt Hughes book, again. hehe Wonder if I can get this in a kindle version lol.

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i just searched amazon, and it is indeed available on the kindle!!! BOUGHT!
Yeah, that was one of the first things I bought when I downloaded my Kindle app!
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Stephen King's 11/22/63. Great story so far.

I read that one. I enjoyed it. It has some twists in it that I enjoyed.

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Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln

It's actually a lighter read than I thought it would be. I'm enjoying it!


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My dad & I have lunch once a week to catch up & discuss a book. We're starting a new one this week, though I'm pretty sure it's familiar to a lot of y'all:

Read it long ago before picking up on better discernment qualifiers. Don't remember being shown anything outlandishly bad, but this was before 2000. I remember being somewhat encouraged by it at the time. I hope you enjoy it.


"God's Lesser Glory" - Bruce A. Ware
"Redefining Christianity" - Bob DeWaay

Was reading "A 'Wonderful' Deception" by Warren B Smith, but swapped it for DeWaay. They cover the same topic from totally different styles and angles, and then Smith hits some other things later on.

On deck after the above three are "Mortification of Sin" by John Owen and "Worldliness" by Timothy Keller


"A Pastor's Sketches" (Vol.1) by Ichabod Spencer - not always reading it, but keep it around for the occasional anecdote--standalone chapters.
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