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Archive for December 10th, 2020

Someone reached out to me who loves to study theology and apologetics but is at a spiritual dry place and struggle with doubt.  To make this anonymous I won’t be sharing his side but my response I think might be helpful for others.  The only part I edited was adding part 5 which was originally not something I said to the person but I thought that would be a good point to add.

Here’s my response:

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I”m posting this weekend non-fiction reading review early!  A break from heavy theological reading and politics!  Because Pastors need a break also!

 

Alex Kershaw. First Wave.  New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, May 21st 2019. 384 pp.

5 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

What was it like to be on the early part of the assault on Nazi occupied France on D-Day during World War Two?  Obviously those of us who weren’t there would never know fully what it’s like but this book gives us a narrative glimpse of that day with accounts of soldiers in different military outfits that were part of the initial forces to attack the Nazis that day.  The book subtitle is appropriately “The D-Day Warriors Who Led the Way to Victory in the Second World War.”

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