The Travelling Ape

What Travelling (Nearly) Everywhere Taught Me about Humanity, Geopolitics, and Happiness
By Mr Michael Mackay Richards

The Travelling Ape: What Travelling (Nearly) Everywhere Taught Me about Humanity, Geopolitics, and Happiness by Michael Mackay Richards explores a diverse array of landscapes and cultures worldwide. Beginning with the eruption of Mount Yasur in Vanuatu, the author contrasts modern travel privileges with historical explorers'...

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To Unfurl

By Nicole Jean Turner

To Unfurl is a collection of thought-provoking poems written by Nicole Jean Turner with corresponding artistic illustrations by various artists. The book explores the human experience and the resilience of nature through challenging conditions. The author delves into a wide range of themes such as...

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The Divinely Sinful Saints

By Itotko

The Divinely Sinful Saints is a work of non-fiction in the religion, philosophy, and analytical exploration subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Itotko. The work presents a thought-provoking exploration of theological questions surrounding the Bible...

The Words of Levee

Life, Laws, and the Light
By FC Levee

The Words of Levee: Life, Laws, and the Light is a philosophical work by F.C. Levee. Each section of this book provides well-worded thoughts that apply to a wide variety of situations. Whether it relates to the past, present, or future, you will find several...

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The River Beyond the Dam

Shooting the Rapids of Progressive Christianity: A Memoir
By Jean L. Waight

Everybody has been at a point in their Christian life where they have questioned some things in the faith. It could be laws, doctrines, principles, or things they deem unfair, confusing, and contradictory. Jean L. Waight was no exception. She had questions in her heart...

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Things of Little Consequence

By John Casey

The Dr. Seuss quote at the beginning of Things of Little Consequence introduces aspects of the book’s theme. John Casey contends that complex questions—often with questionable motives—should be answered with direct, honest simplicity. Little consequence refers to common perceptions deemed to be culturally insignificant that...

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These Dry Bones

A Wisdom Journey into the Beatitudes
By Josh R. Ritter

These Dry Bones: A Wisdom Journey into the Beatitudes by Josh R. Ritter explores Jesus's transformative teachings, particularly the Beatitudes, which are Jesus's own words. Ritter emphasizes Jesus's authority by connecting him to revered prophets and challenges dualistic thinking. Embodying the Beatitudes and surrendering to...

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The Mandate

A Handbook For Unlocking The Secrets Of Our Salvation
By Lawrence Vander Schaaf

In his theological study The Mandate, Lawrence Vander Schaaf shares personal experiences and insight, emphasizing the importance of engaging with the Bible, the right mindset, and understanding addiction and identity. He discusses the significance of recognizing the difference between soul and spirit to strengthen one's...

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The Random Universe

By Dale Netherton

The Random Universe by Dale Netherton presents us with a different approach to understanding and analyzing our universe. The author does not follow the traditional or religious-based theories that an all-knowing God designed our world. He encourages readers to use facts and evidence and not...

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The Gang of Three

Socrates, Plato, Aristotle
By Neel Burton

The Gang of Three: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle by Neel Burton should be required reading for any college class in philosophy. This is the best book on philosophy I have ever read, and I have four master’s degrees. Neel gives a fantastic overview of the pre-Socratic...

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