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Finding Truth, by Nancy Pearcey, is 1.99 for the Kindle version right now.
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Don’t Think, Just Believe?
That’s the mantra in many circles today–whether the church, the classroom, the campus, or the voting booth.

Time for a Reality Check

Nancy Pearcey, bestselling and critically acclaimed author, offers fresh tools to break free from presumed certainties and test them against reality. In Finding Truth, she explains five powerful principles that penetrate to the core of any worldview–secular or religious–to uncover its deepest motivations and weigh its claims.

A former agnostic, Pearcey demonstrates that a robust Christian worldview matches reality–that it is not only true but attractive, granting higher dignity to the human person than any alternative.

Finding Truth displays Pearcey’s well-earned reputation for clear and cogent writing. She brings themes to life with personal stories and real-world examples. The book includes a study guide shaped by questions from readers, from teens to college professors. It is ideal for individual or group study.
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R. C. Sproul’s Not a Chance; God, Science, and the Revolt Against Reason, 256 pages, 1.59 for the Kindle version.
Free book by Michael Philips, who writes engaging historical Christian fiction. This is about a family of five orphaned children traveling west during the gold rush.  The little group is headed by their 15 year old sister who tells the story in her journals.
Free, Captain Blood by Rafael Sabatini- riproaring adventure story set in the 17ty century from the Monmouth Rebellion against King James to the ascension of Dutch prince William of Orange to the British throne.  Captain Peter Blood is a bit of an adventurer. He studied medicine, then preferred life as a soldier for a time, spent some time in a Spanish prison, and now has settled down to practice medicine in a quiet English village- only he gets caught up against his will in the Rebellion and ends up sold as a slave in one of the British island colonies, until he escapes.  It’s a fun story, although quite dates in the references to the African slaves (‘her Negroes…’ )
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