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CollectionsYour library (117)

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TagsChristian growth (17), apologetics (14), fiction (13), politics (12), culture (12), Christian commentary (10), conspiracy (8), spiritual warfare (6), church history (6), Christian fiction (5) — see all tags

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About meI said, "Come on, I have had my bait of this. I am ready to go. Shooting cornbread out here on this prairie is not taking us anywhere."
- Mattie Ross in True Grit

About my libraryMy library consists totally of books that I've read. I have inherited most of these from former pastors who are trying to downsize their libraries. I've enjoyed many of these little-known treasures.

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Favorite authorsAnnie Dillard, C. S. Lewis, Lee Strobel (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://www.uberfraunews.blogspot.com

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Member sinceJun 6, 2007

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In Branch. It's between Baldwin and Ludington, right in the thick of the National Forest and dirt bike trails. I actually canoed for the first time while we were there.
If I can figure it out, I'm adding you to my connections.
Thanks for adding me as an "interesting library." I am touched and humbled! :)

Thanks for the invite. Apparently (based on your photo) we are both cat people, too. I love history, because it gives us our only chance to understand the times we live in now, as well as helping us to see God's hand on the world. I would say my favorite Christian writers are Dave Hunt and Michael Pearl.

About my eugenics comment, I just can't swallow the idea that life created itself, and I guess I chose that forum to vent a little bit. BTW, I found a good eugenics book for $4 a few days later!

Dan
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