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White Fang

by Jack London

wonderful book

Reviewed on 2013.09.30

The Bible

by Anonymous

I would like to show you something. Think off all of the stories and prophecies in the Bible. Despite heavy debate, every story in the Bible has been or is in the process of being systematically proven true by science. Considering the impossibility of some of these stories, is it not amazing that things like the separation of the Red Sea and the Great Flood have been proven fact?
Now consider the prophecies. There are thousands of prophecies regarding the Messiah. The odds of one man fulfilling even SEVEN of these prophecies is one in one hundred billion billion billion billion billion.
Before you start passing these stories off as myth or fanciful tales, please consider this. I am not asking anyone to believe, I am simply asking you to consider before passing judgement. Some of us among you live by this book, and I would ask that when debate arises we all act with respect. Each of us has an opinion, but that doesn't mean we have to be rude and disrespectful of others beliefs and views.

I hold in my heart a love for all, no matter what is said or done. Please consider what I ask and what I have shown.

Reviewed on 2012.05.20

Great Expectations

by Charles Dickens

good book.looong but interesting for those who understand the characters well. Yes sort of a trajedy... but I still love the book. RECOMMENDED!

Reviewed on 2011.09.10

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