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« Reply #4050 on: Yesterday at 02:01:56 PM »



It seems to have a good balance of theory and practice, and despite the pop-psych/buzzword/self-help vibe the cover has, the material is fine and the author tries to back up the claims/conclusions with that science stuff. Also, I know I'm breaking the part of the guy code that forbids reading instruction manuals, but cut me some slack just this once, ok?  Cool
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« Reply #4051 on: Yesterday at 07:20:12 PM »

Fire from ashes: the reality of perpetual conversion.
Joseph Hunneycutt and Steve Robinson.
136pp.

I bought my copy from Ancient Faith Publishing; I don't know if it's available elsewhere.
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« Reply #4052 on: Today at 11:18:42 AM »



It seems to have a good balance of theory and practice, and despite the pop-psych/buzzword/self-help vibe the cover has, the material is fine and the author tries to back up the claims/conclusions with that science stuff. Also, I know I'm breaking the part of the guy code that forbids reading instruction manuals, but cut me some slack just this once, ok?  Cool

Wow, it claims to help you achieve happiness, reverse aging and understand emotions?  Seems like a wonder working book.   Smiley

I am going to begin reading Devine Love Made Flesh, by Raymond Cardinal Burke.

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