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Daily Archives: June 7, 2021
Sisley Huddleston. France, the Tragic Years (1939-1947): An Eyewitness Account of War, Occupation and Liberation. Western Islands, 1965. This is another book from the John Birch Society’s Americanist Library. Originally, it was published in 1955 by Devin-Adair, a conservative publishing … Continue reading
James Beilby. Postmortem Opportunity: A Biblical and Theological Assessment of Salvation After Death. IVP Academic, 2021. Go here to purchase the book. James Beilby is professor of systematic and philosophical theology at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was … Continue reading