- Boulder, CO, USA
- member since June 5, 2008
Alan H’s last login was Friday, June 27, 2008.
Hi Alan, my name is Silvana and i am one of the admins of the Bibliophile Club Group. We would like to invite you to join our group. Our members like to read all sorts of books, Literature, Historical fiction and non fiction, classics, Biographies, politics, science fiction and murder mysteries. Please feel free to visit our site. We hope to hear from you soon, Enjoy you reading, Silvana
I read your comment on the Left Behind series and I found it pretty interesting. Revelation is the most confusing book of the Bible and there are so many arguments that could be raised on every single verse.
Revelation says that there are seven years between the rapture and the last days of man, in that time you are marked with a seal, either of Christ or of the anti-christ. Jesus believes in a second chance for those whom he created out of love. Even after he died on the cross he gave those in Hell a chance of redemption before he rose again. (Hallelujah)
hi. how was the c.s. lewis?
i read an awesome toni morrison called Sula and will discuss it in the group black feminist/womanist literature. i was so moved by that novel. if you're interested in the posts or if you get the chance to skim it and want to talk about it, let me know. have a great week :)
Hey Alan, you found me here. How funny. Yeap, I'd love to join you at this library online! you have some pretty interesting books as I'd expect. You better enjoy them whilst you can before you get consumed with hefty law books! hope your summer is going well.
I know of three excellent books: "The Supernatural Church" by Norman Robertson, "The Holy Spirit and His Gifts" by Kenneth E. Hagan (Poppa Hagin) and "Understanding Spiritual Gifts" by Bill Gothard (Institute in Basic Life Principles - www.iblp.org). I am sure that these books will bless your socks off!
Hello, The book JITM is pretty good. Todd Bentley is pretty incredible, or so-I-hear, so I wanted to read more about him. The nomenclature is fairly christianeze, BUT if you can see past that and open yourself up the amazing way God is using him to heal the multitudes then it's pretty interesting. It has left me, so far, longing to live a life with that magnitude for impact. As far as Mere Christianity. This is my 5th or 6th time reading this book. I read it every few years. I always get a fresh nugget to chew on each time. One of my favs! If you only have a little time to read I wouldn't read JITM (you can google him and get the gist) and reread MC instead. I am aching to read a modern book with the caliber of thinking as C.S. Lewis, Tozer...maybe Foster...hmm...if you find one let me know. I need a challenge!
Hi, actually I'm not a writer, I'm an artist and musician. Just that book made me want to write. I read it because I love Kawabata and finally got to that one. How are you liking the inaugural addresses, anything especially interesting you can transfer to me?
I find his life fascinating. I borrowed Rough Riders from the library, but life got too busy for me to finish it. It was interesting, but I haven't read an auto-biography in a long time so it took me forever to read. I'd like to pick it back up. Thanks for the suggestions. I'll check them out.