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  • Uncommon Wisdom: True Tales of What Our Lives as Doctors Have Taught Us About Love, Faith and Healing

    uncommon wisdomBy John E. Castaldo, MD & Lawrence P. Levitt, MD  

    In light of the escalating costs of healthcare in the U.S. and the on-going debate about appropriate health insurance reform, it’s easy to forget about the human side of medicine and the importance of the doctor-patient ...

  • A Grief Observed

    a grief observedBy C. S. Lewis  

    Written after his wife’s tragic death as a way of surviving the “mad midnight moments,” A Grief Observed is C.S. Lewis’s honest reflection on the fundamental issues of life, death, and faith in the midst of loss.  This work ...

  • Sharpen Your Discernment

    By Roberts Liardon  

    We all know people that we would call wise, prudent, or discerning. What sets these individuals apart is their ability to walk in the guidance of God. Do you feel like you daily receive direction from God? You can!

    From the Scriptures, author Roberts ...

  • Broken Windows of the Soul

    broken windows of the soulBy Dr. Arnold R. Fleagle & Dr. Donald A. Lichi

    The “Broken Windows Theory” suggests that a community can reduce crime and maintain social order when small problems are fixed promptly. Alternatively, minor vandalism (such as broken windows) left unrepaired, sends the message that ...

  • The Edge of Life

    the edge of lifeBy  John R. Ling

    An expert’s analysis of bereavement, eugenics, ageing, suicide, hospices, autonomy, and living wills, from a Biblical perspective and considering the Hippocratic oath, this book shows that modern medicine is adrift and calls for a return to the culture of ...

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