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-“ProBlogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income”

By Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett (Indianapolis, Indiana: Wiley Publishing, Inc., 2008, 220 pages) The ultimate book on how to make money while blogging. Both of the writers are successful bloggers who make a 6 figured income doing what they love to do best. Darren and Chris map out a number of different strategies that […]

-“WordPress for Dummies, 2nd Edition”

By Lisa Sabin-Wilson (Hoboken,NJ: Wiley Publishing, Inc., 2009, 394 pages) Second Edition is quite an improvement over the already excellent original. It is the essential book for those using WordPress in publishing a blog. This edition is updated to feature version 2.7+ which reflects the last major program change. The writer introduces one to the […]

-“Jesus Interrupted”

By Bart D. Ehrman, (San Francisco: Harper One, 2009, 292 pages) New Testament scholar Dr. Ben Witherington gives an incredible detailed analysis of Bart Ehrman’s New book: “Jesus Interrupted”—in a 6 part series:   Bart Interrupted— A detailed Analysis of ‘Jesus Interrupted’ Part One Bart Interrupted— A detailed Analysis of ‘Jesus Interrupted’ Part Two Bart […]

-"Claiming Christ"

:”A Mormon-Evangelical Debate” by Robert L.Millet and Gerald R. McDermott (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Pub.-Brazos Press, 2007, 238 pages) A continuation of the Evangelical/Mormon dialogue started with the book “How Wide The Divide” by Craig Blomberg and Stephen Robinson and continued in “Bridging The Divide” by Robert L Millet and Gregory C.V. Johnson. Dr. Robert […]

-"Bridging The Divide"

:”The Continuing Conversation Between A Mormon and an Evangelical” By Dr. Robert L Millet and Rev. Gregory C.V. Johnson (Rhinebeck, New York: Monkfish Book Pub. Co., 2007, 185 pages) In many ways, this is a continuation of “How Wide The Divide”, it even has a forward by Craig Blomberg and Stephen Robinson the authors of […]