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I'm currently reading JRR Tolkien's "the Hobbit." It's a great story, followed by the even greater trilogy, the lord of the rings!

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I recently started reading a book I picked up eons ago... Everyman's Battle. I waited too long! This is good and challenging. Recommended!

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Miracles by Eric Metaxas. While I don't agree with the author on some things, the text's overall message and small explorations into apologetics are nice. I'd recommend it to anyone wanting to at least see other perspectives on modern day miracles, if only to widen your viewpoint even if you stick to your original stance.

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I'm currently reading The Answers Book Volume 4 (from Answers in Genesis); like the others, chock full of great information on certain topics relating to Young Earth Creationism and Christian apologetics. Cannot recommend enough!
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I read through sections of the Bible during the week to prepare for my study group.

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I'm nearly finished reading the classic book "Crime and Punishment" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. I get that it was originally written in the mid-1800s and in Russian, but man, this guy just goes on and on. Characters will literally talk for pages on end with no paragraph breaks or interruptions, and I still can't figure out 300 pages later why the main character murdered two women. Just a difficult read, I don't understand why this book is called a "classic".
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mine craft red stone guide

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A short while ago I finished "Debating Religious Liberty and Discrimination" by Ryan Anderson, Sherif Girgis, and John Corvino. Ryan Anderson and Sherif Girgis represent the pro-traditional values, pro-religious liberty side, John Corvino represents the LGBT side. I will say I appreciate how much both sides were mostly respectful to each other and allowed each other to go in deep, but the end result really did show how the LGBT side generally doesn't just want tolerance of their views, they want you to full-on acquiesce on everything. You will be made to care, as they say.
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I'm currently Re-Reading a collection of Robin Hood spinoffs known as Rowan of Sherwood Forest.

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Just got the whole Shakespeare collection and will be reading it through quarantine

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I just finished "The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, and Islam" by Douglas Murray. It's generally a solid book that really looks at the self-loathing problem in Europe (and now in the U.S.), and the effects it's having with unmitigated immigration. Oddly though he's in a position where he claims "literalistic" religion has been abandoned by all "intelligent" people, but at the same time he acknowledges it's needed in society.
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