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The God Delusion, by Richard Dawkins; review by Valdemar W. Setzer Original: May 10, 2009. This version (2.5): Jan.2, 2010 Published in the electronic magazine Southern Cross Review, No. 68, Jan. 2010 1. Introduction Richard Dawkins’s The God Delusion provoked many discussions. Many people made reviews of it, either praising or detracting it. Typically, the […]

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The Gnostic Gospels, by Eileen Pagels; review by Frank Thomas Smith In December 1945 an Arab peasant was digging around a massive boulder in Nag Hammadi, Upper Egypt looking for sabakh, a soil for fertilizing crops, when he found an large earthen jar almost a meter high. He hesitated to break it for fear an […]

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Lights In The Sky & Little Green Men, A Rational Christian Look at UFOs and  Extraterrestrials, by Hugh Ross, Kenneth Samples, and Mark Clark. The book is published by NavPress, Bringing Truth to Life, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2002. In addition to numerous other qualifications in education, Hugh Ross has received master’s and Ph.D degrees in […]

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The Gnostic Jung And the Seven Sermons to the Dead Reviewed by Frank Thomas Smith – Quest Books: 4th printing 1994 The Seven Sermons to the Dead is a mysterious, little known or understood work of C. G. Jung’s, which was privately printed in German, without copyright or date, sometime between 1920 and 1925, and […]

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The Stones Cry Out, What Archaeology Reveals About the Truth of the Bible, by Dr. J. Randall Price. The book is Published by Harvest House Publishers, Eugene, Oregon; Copyright 1997 by World of the Bible Ministries, Inc. The author received his Master of Theology degree in Old Testament and Semitic Language from Dallas Theological Seminary, […]

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