Nick Kretz Kretz itibaren 969 01 Beluj, Slovakya
This is NOT belligerent, radical feminism that so many people despise. This book outlines well-reasoned, thoughtful, and logical arguments for women's rights that still apply in today's society.
this is my favorite book of all time
What an enjoyable read, and am sorry to say we will be leaving Ada's House, at least it looks that way to me. I love visiting with these old friends, and some new ones! A recurring theme in this story seems to being able to accept God's forgiveness. Sylvia Fisher has left her Dead's farm, because she can't forgive herself for a sin she has committed. You will wonder if she and Aaron Bank will make a match? Cara Atwater Moore is now learning the Pennsylvania Dutch in hopes of the Deacon and Bishop accepting her into the faith and letting her marry Ephraim Mast. When her Dad comes back into her life will she be able to forgive all that happened to her. Lena Kauffman and Grey Graber are quietly courting, or making plans to do so after Grey's period of morning is over. As much as Grey seems to Love Lena, he has a decision to make about telling her about his possible problem with Children with birth defects. Will Ada and Israel finally make commitments to one another? Will Deborah and Jonathan be able to settle down? All things are going to be answered in this book. Highly recommended read! Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Waterbrook Press. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.
Mahaney's opening chapter pierces to the core of wordliness: our own hearts. This book is not about legalism but redeeming our time and paying discerning the garbage we often ingest from the world. It is a wonderful tool for examining personal motives - prepare to be seriously challenged!
I was disappointed with this book. I was expecting it to be a little more scientific, but it turns out that it's really just a guy writing about his observations of his own cats. And I was really annoyed by his opinion that keeping cats indoors is cruel.