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12/28/12 at 10:55 AM 0 Comments

Top Ten Books of 2012

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Here are some of the books that CP readers enjoyed right here on the Book Stop blog:

10. Evolution Impossible by John. F. Ashton

In the new book Evolution Impossible. scientist Dr. Ashton, the Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Victoria University, in Melbourne, Australia, provides 12 reasons why evolution fails to explain how life began.

9. The Whitney I Knew by Bebe Winans

In the new book The Whitney I Knew gospel singer BeBe Winans tells the story of his friendship with Whitney Houston.

8. Islam: The Cloak of Antichrist by Jack Smith

In the book Islam: The Cloak of Antichrist Smith examines the role Islam will play during the great tribulation.

7. A New Life: Delivered from Lesbianism by Linda D. Carter

Linda Carter is a living example of the mercy, grace and power of God. Having lived as a lesbian for 15 years, she was saved and set free by Jesus Christ at age 33. She is no longer gay, has no desire to return to her former life, and offers that when an authentic Christian conversion takes place, a gay person will completely renounce that lifestyle.

Delve into her firsthand account regarding one of life’s most controversial subject matters, and find out how her choice to serve God dramatically transformed her life.

6. A Biography of Jesus: 32 Simple Lessons From His Life by Tom J. Cowley

In A Biography of Jesus, Cowley presents a narrative of Jesus’ life in a brief, chronological and compelling narrative.

5. Adam and Eve after the Pill: Paradoxes of the Sexual Revolution by Mary Eberstadt

Adan and Eve after the Pill: Paradoxes of the Sexual Revolution

This book by Eberstadt, a noted essayist and author, contends that sexual freedom has paradoxically produced widespread discontent. Drawing on sociologists Pitirim Sorokin, Carle Zimmerman, and others; philosopher G.E.M. Anscombe and novelist Tom Wolfe; and a host of feminists, food writers, musicians, and other voices from across today's popular culture, Eberstadt makes her contrarian case with an impressive array of evidence. Her chapters range across academic disciplines and include supporting evidence from contemporary literature and music, women's studies, college memoirs, dietary guides, advertisements, television shows, and films.

4. The Mormanizing of America by Stephen Mansfield

The Mormonizing of America is critical to understanding our times, our culture--and our future as a country. Backed by up-to-date research, personal anecdotes, and a 16-page photo section, Mansfield examines the influence of the LDS church--past, present, and future. He debunks common myths, expounds on the Church's beliefs, and unveils many of the mysteries surrounding this influential religion and its loyal members.

3. How Could a Loving God? by Ken Ham

How Could a Loving God? is a very personal book for Ken Ham. In it he tells how he and his family worked through the grief of losing Ken’s brother, Robert, to a brain disease in his forties. Ham talks about his book and the Sandy Hook tragedy in this interview shared on the Book Stop blog

book Choose Joy by Kay Warren
Choose Joy by Kay Warren

2. Choose Joy by Kay Warren

In this inspiring book, Kay Warren teaches women what joy really is, where to find it, and how to choose it in the good times and the bad. With compassion and wisdom, she shows readers--even those who live with the constant companions of discouragement and depression--that true joy is deeper, richer, and more accessible than they might think.

1. It Could Happen Tomorrow: Future Events That Will Shake the World by Gary Frazier

While speculation abounds regarding end time events, Frazier will open your eyes and hearts to see through the lens of scripture that God has a plan. This book will encourage you to look up, listen up and live upward for Christ s coming is near!

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