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  1. SarahElizabeth
    December 31 @ 10:57 pm

    Props to you for having 2 books concerning C.S. Lewis on here! And I love “Giraffes Can’t Dance” as well! I read “The Question of God” for one of my classes this semester and was so fascinated by it; great read.

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    • Jessica Manuel
      January 1 @ 6:38 pm

      I agree! The Question of God was really interesting. Lewis and Freud have so much more in common than one would think and Freud was extremely conservative despite the way he is always portrayed regarding sex. What kind of class assigned that text?

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      • SarahElizabeth
        January 1 @ 7:53 pm

        My Speculative Mind class (it’s a general ed. at my college). We talked a lot about different worldviews and applied them to topics like marriage, abortion, euthanasia and homosexuality (to name a few).

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        • Jessica Manuel
          January 2 @ 5:50 pm

          How interesting! That sounds like a great class. I bet the conversations were mighty colorful!

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  2. Stephen Jones
    January 2 @ 5:37 pm

    Thanks for encouraging us to read more and pointing out some great books!

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  3. Justin
    January 3 @ 9:24 pm

    So top book from last year ? Awesome stuff by the way !

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    • Jessica Manuel
      January 4 @ 11:57 am

      If I had to choose one (this was so hard to do), I would probably say Eden and Afterward. No other book stayed with me quite as long as this one. It focused on the book of Genesis, but it caused me to look a littler differently at all of scripture. Thanks for reading! Let me know if you check out any of these books.

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  4. conniecockrell
    January 5 @ 6:55 am

    An eclectic selection, thank you for sharing. Thanks also for stopping by my blog. I appreciate it.

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    • Jessica Manuel
      January 5 @ 9:20 am

      You are the second person to call my interests eclectic! Thanks for checking us out!

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  5. Special K
    July 3 @ 8:31 am

    Thanks so much for stopping by The Expositrix, Jessica! (And sorry for the delayed response!) Read (and write!) on!

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