Friday, January 30, 2009

Christian Fiction and Nonfiction

For many, fiction provides an escape. It's almost like a vacation from life. Well written fiction ignites the imagination of the readers, taking them on a journey with more depth than any movie. Christian fiction is no different. If you're looking for well-written and compelling Christian fiction, you may want to consider Wait on the Lord, I Say Wait by Sabriena Williams. This urban Christian lit will not disappoint.

If you're more of the nonfiction type, maybe you should pick up a copy of our latest release, Extreme Life Makeover by Julie Rice. This book will revolutionize your thinking. Get ready to be changed from the inside out, which is the change that counts. Pick up a copy today!

Still, if you're an education buff, you may consider John Schroeder's powerful challenge to the theory of evolution. This book, Why Monkeys are Monkeys and People are People: The Case Against Dawkins, Hitchens and Hawking, will not bore or disappoint. The research is present in the full light of the truth but with a nice dose of humor thrown in. This is definitely a must-have for the Christian, analytical mind.

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