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Orville Boyd Jenkins
As of 31 December 2015


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My initial reading goal for 2015 is 70 books, up a bit from my lower reading level of last year. 2014 was the second year since 2003 that I read less than 100 books in the year.  Much of my reading and writing time is now going into genealogy research. When I post a review on Amazon or GoodReads, or on this site, I will link to it in this list.

Finished (92)

Ballou, Hosea.  A Treatise on the Atonement.  Boston:  Skinner House/ Unitarian Universalist Assoc, 1986 (reprint of original 1882 edition).  254p.  Bought 25 August 2015 in Cedar Hill, Texas.  Read 15-20 November 2015.  Theology

Banks, Robert.  La Idea de Communidad de Pablo:  El Escenario cultural de las Iglesias primitivas que se reunian en las casas.  Villa de Caballis (Barcelona), Espana:  Editorial CLIE, 1994.  254p.  Bought 2 January 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 12-25 February 2015.  Bible

Barreto, Aurelio F III.  Not of this World: From Cuban Refugee to American Dream to Finding God.  ChristianAudio.com, 2011.  Audiobook.  Bought 1 December 2015.  Heard 4-5 December 2015.  Autobiography

Barrett, Tom.  Dare to Dream and Work to Win:  Understanding the Dollars and Sense of Success in Network Marketing.  Miami:  Warner Bros Publications, 1987.  213p.  Received as a gift 10 January 2015, Frisco, Texas.  Read 17-20 January 2015.  Business

Bean, Kelly.  How to Be a Christian Without Going to Church.  Grand Rapids:  BakerBooks, 2014.  238p.  Read 21-29 November 2015.  Church & Culture

Beckwith, Francis J.  Return to Rome: Confessions of an Evangelical Catholic.  Hovel Audio/ChristianAudio.com with BakerBooks, 2011.  Audiobook.  Bought 1 December 2015.  Heard 3 December 2015.  Autobiography (Theology)

Bell, James Stuart & Stan Campbell.  A Guide to What Christians Believe.  Escondito, California:  eChristianBooks, 2002.  215p.  Bought 1 December 2015.  Read 16-18 December 2015.  Faith & Life

Berton, Pierre.  The American Invasion of Canada:  The War of 1812's First Year.  NY:  Skyhorse Publishing, 2012.  362p.  Bought 18 September 2015 in Cedar Hill, Texas.  Read 24-31 October 2015.  History (American Politics)

Beyak, Trudy M.  The Mother Heart of God.  NY:  Faith Words, 2013.  293p.  Bought 1 October 2015 in Arlington, Texas.   Read 1-3 October 2015.  Theology

Borg, Marcus J.  Reading the Bible Again for the First Time:  Taking the Bible Seriously but Not Literally.  NY:  HarperSanFrancisco, 2001.  321p.  Bought 28 July From Amazon.com.  Read 30 July - 4 August 2015.  Bible

Briscoe, Stuart.  A Peace of My Mind.  (Location not stated):  Life Books/Billy Graham Association, 2010.  104p.  Receivved as a gift 25 December 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 29 December 2015.  Devotion/Theology

Brisman, Leslie.  The Voice of Jacob:  On the Composition of Genesis.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1990.  122p.  Bought 25 August 2015 in Cedar Hill, Texas.  Read 26-29 August 2015.  Bible

Cappannelli, George and Sedena.  The Best is Yet to Be: How to Age Wisely and Fall in Love with Your Life ... Again.  Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2013.  143p.  Received December 2014.  Read 12-14 January 2015.  Inspiration

Cappannelli, George and Sedena.  Getting Unstuck:  10 Simple Secrets to Embracing Change and Celebrating Your Life.  Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2015.  111p.  Received 31 January 2015.  Read 4, 11 February 2015.  Inspiration

Centineo, Joe.  The Heart of Crossroads.  Bedford, Texas:  BurkhartBooks/Crossroads of Arlington Church, 2015.  Received 19 July.  Read 19-20 July 2015.  Church & Culture

Davis-Colan, Julie and Lee J Colan.  Getting the Best From Yourself and Others: How to Orchestrate Your Attitude.  Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2015.  127p.  Bought by mail 1 November 2015.  Read 22-30 December 2015.  Inspiration

Diaz-Ortiz, Claire and Samuel Ikua Gachagua.  Hope Runs:  An American Tourist, a Kenyan Boy, a Journey of Redemption.  ChristianAudio.com, with Baker Publishing, 2014.  Audiobook.  Bought 1 August 2015.  Heard 10-12 August 2015.  Faith & Life

Dorvall, illustrated by Philip Renne.  Translated from French by Madeleine Velguth.  CSA:  Southern Cross, Annuit Coeptis.  Greenville, South Carolina:  Sekwana Comics, 2013.  No paging.  (This graphic novel probes the Battle of Gettysburg in the American Civil War.  An example of the new historical discipline of Alternate History, this book explores what might have happened if the Confederate forces had won.  Written by a new French writer named Dorvall, a French educator with Masters and Doctors degrees in education.  The substantial pamphlet about this series and the discipline of Alternate History is produced in the style of a newspaper of the Civil War era.  The package also includes a replica of a bank note of the Confederate States of America and a reproduction of a map of Battle of Gettysburg from the era.  Great attention has been given to historical detail.  This is the first volume of a historical series on the CSA. Copy received from the publisher for review.  See this book with my review on Amazon.  Read my review of this book on GoodReads.)  Read 17 April 2015.  Historical Fiction

Duncan, Deb and Todd.  The $6000 Egg: The 10 New Golden Rules of Customer Service.  Napierville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2015.  101p.  Bought by mail 1 June 2015.  Read 9 June 2015.  Business

Eadie, Betty J with Curtis Taylor.  Embraced by the Light.  Placerville, California:  Gold Leaf Press, 1992.  147p.  Borrowed and read 8-9 August 2015.  Psychology

Erickson, Millard J.  How Shall They Be Saved?.  Grand Rapids:  Baker, 1996.  278p.  (Read my review of this book on this site.  See the book with my review on Amazon.  In a reread, I am interacting more with the text, adding my constructive thoughts on the topic rather than just responding to the sources evaluated and proposals made by the author.)  Bought 6 January 2007 in Four Ways, South Africa.  First read May 2007 and reviewed at that time.  Reread 7-10 May 2015.  Theology and Christian Faith

Evans, Tony.  How Should Christians Vote? Moody/ChristianAudio.com, 2012.  Audiobook.  Bought 5 February 2015.  Heard 5-6 February 2015.  American Politics and Culture

Fackre, Gabriel.  Restoring the Center:  Essays Evangelical & Ecumenical.  Downers Grove, Illinois:  InterVarsity Press, 1998.  179p.  Bought 9 September 2015.  Read 14-15 December 2015.  Church & Culture

Fason, Donna.  Whatever it Takes!: The Awesome Power of Spousal Support in Network Marketing, My Story.  Searcy, Arkansas:  WIT Publishing, 2007.  81p.  Bought 28 March 2015 in Dallas, Texas.  Read 2-3 April 2015.  Business

Felber, Terry.  Monk and the Merchant:  Twelve Keys to Successful Living.  Nashville:  Thomas Nelson, 2005.  143p.  Borrowed 14 September 2015.  Read 14-15 September 2015.  Business

Fisher, Eddie.  Eddie:  My Life, My Loves.  NY:  Harper and Row, 1981.  360p.  Received as a gift December 2012.  Read 27 February - 12 March 2015.  Biography

Fonda, Henry.  Fonda, My Life:  as Told to Howard Teichmann.  NY:  New American Library, 1981.  191p.  Received as a gift Christmas 2013.  Read 6 June - 21 August 2015.  Biography

Grant, Michael.  The Twelve Caesars.  NY:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1975.  282p.  Bought 2 November 2015.  Read 7-13 December 2015.  History

Gibbons, Ann.  The First Human:  The Race to Discover Our Earliest Ancestors.  NY:  Anchor Books/Random House, 2007.  303p.  Bought 28 July 2015 from Amazon.com.  Read 9-18 August 2015.  Anthropology (Archaeoanthropology)

Gire, Ken.  Finding God in the Hunger Games.  Escondido, California:  eChristianBooks, 2012.  95p.  Read 2 December 2015.  Faith & Life

Glenn, Mike. The Gospel of Yes. Colorado Springs: Waterbrook Press, 2012. 228p. Bought 1 April 2015. Read 6-7 April 2015. Faith & Life

Gordon, Jon.  The Energy Bus:  10 Rules to Fuel Your Life, Work, and Team with Positive Energy.  Hoboken, NJ:  John Wiley & Sons, 2007.  172p.  (This is written as an analogy.  There are some good individual suggestions, and maybe the rules as a set.  But I found that I varied between boredom and irritation with the analogical approach.  I do not find analogies as a rule an efficient or productive way to gain new insights or guidelines, but this was worse than usual.  I felt like I was having to wade through a lot of fluff with this book.  And in general the content and suggestions are very basic and common sense, and seem redundant.  However, the chart of the 10 rules at the end would be good to have taped up in your office for a reference.  It would have been good to see the whole list at the start of the book.  Doling them out one at a time through the wandering analogy made it hard to concentrate and see where we were going with this.  See this book with my review on Amazon.  Read my review of this book on GoodReads.)  Read 31 December - 2 January 2015.  Business (Personal Development)

Greenfield, Jeff.  Then Everything Changed:  Stunning Alternate Histories of American Politics:  JFK, RFK, Carter, Ford, Reagan.  NY:  G P Putnam's Sons, 2011.  434p.  (This is an excellent, well-written, even riveting, analysis of American political history in the last half of the 20th century.  This work represents a new, productive and insightful approach to history, called Alternate History.  The approach is to review a key event or factor and develop what might have happened if one important event had turned out differently.  Greenfield analyzes these Presidencies this way.  What if John F Kennedy had been assassinated after his election, but before he was inaugurated?  How would the next three years have unfolded?  How would the Cuban crisis and the US-Soviet confrontation have been affected?  How would Johnson's presidency been different if he had taken over in January 1961, instead on 1963.  This book analyzes the Presidencies of the period from JFK through Reagan using this format in three key story focuses.  Greenfield provides excellent background on the people and events involved.  You will learn a lot and gain deep insights into the forces behind American politics and culture over the last 50 years.  This is a very forceful way to analyze the forces that affect us today.  Read my review of this book on GoodReads.)  Bought 25 July 2014 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 4-11 February 2015.  American Politics and Culture (Fiction)

Gutenson, Charles E.  Christians and the Common Good:  How Faith Intersects with Public Life.  Grand Rapids:  BrazosPress, 2011.  180p.  Bought 1 June 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 24-28 August 2015.  Faith and Culture

Haisch, Bernard.  The God Theory:  Universes, Zero-Point Fields and What's Behind it All.  San Francisco:  Weiser Books, 2006.  157p.  Bought 29 June in Arlington, Texas.  Read 5-6 August 2015.  Science (Cosmology)

Hamlin, E John.  Joshua:  Inheriting the Land.  Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans, 1998.  207p.  Bought 3 September 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 4-10 August 2015.  Bible

Harrell, Daniel M.  How to Be Perfect:  One Church's Audacious Experiment in Living the Old Testament Book of Leviticus.  NY:  Faith Words, 2011.  217p.  Bought 14 September 2015 in Arlington, Texas.   Read 30 September - 6 October 2015.  Bible

Harrison, Glynn.  Ego Trip:  Rediscovering Grace in a Culture of Self-Esteem.  Grand Rapids:  Zondervan, 2010.  204p.  (This is an excellent review of the history of the Self-Esteem movement in recent modern social history.  Harrison writes from a British perspective with great awareness and experience in the United States.  Providing many examples in educational events and trends in both societies, he summarizes the ideas and the early philosophies involved.  Harrison profiles many clinical studies that show that focus on building self-esteem has actually backfired and created a greater problem.  He describes the logical error of confusing correlation with causation.  This error of logic ignored the social behavior involved, resulting in a whole cultural ethos of irresponsible self-indulgence and psychic egotism that produced even greater disappointment due to an entitlement mentality.  Read my review on Amazon.  Read my review of this book on GoodReads.)  Bought 5 February 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 25-27 February 2015.  Psychology (Philosophy)

Hayes, D A.  Paul and His Epistles.  NY:  The Methodist Book Concern, 1915.  508p.  Received as a gift from the estate library of C W Zinn, March 2011, Lindsay, Oklahoma.  Read 17 December 2014 - 24 May 2015.  Bible

Hillenbrand, Laura.  Unbroken:  A Worl War II Story of Survival, Resilience and Redemption.  NY:  Random House, 2014.  500p.  Borrowed 4 October 2015 in Arlington, Texas.   Read 6-21 October 2015.  Biography

Hovestol, Tom.  Spiritual Profiling: How Jesus Interacted with 8 Different Types of People and Why it Matters for You.  Chicago:  Moody Publishers, 2010.  288p.  Bought 7 January 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Bought 2 January 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 8-9 January 2015.  Bible (Faith and Life)

Hovind, Chad.  Godonomics:  How to Save our Country - and Protect our World - Through Biblical Principles of Finance.  Colorado Springs:  Multnomah Books, 2013.  229p.  Bought 3 March 2015.  Read 22-23 April 2015.   Faith & Life

Jaggard, Jason.  Spark:  Transform Your World, One Small Risk at a Time.  Colorado Springs:  Waterbrook Press, 2012.  212p.  Bought 2 January 2015.  Read 19-22 April 2015.   Faith & Life

James, Steven.  Flirting with the Forbidden:  Finding Grace in a World of Temptation.  Grand Rapids:  Revel (Baker), 2012.  185p.  Bought 3 March 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 12-14 March 2015.  Bible

Johanson, Donald C.  Lucy's Legacy:  The Quest for Human Origins.  NY:  Three Rivers, 2009.  321p.  Bought 25 June 2015 on Amazon.  Read 26 June - 3 July 2015.  Anthropology (Archaeoanthropology)

Keller, Timothy Keller.  Galatians for You.  [no location], UK:  thegoodbook company, 2013.  199p.  Bought 8 November 2014 from Amazon.  Read November 2014-January 2015.  Bible

Kemp, Cecil.  7 Laws of True Prosperity:  The Secrets to Genuine Success.  Eugene, Oregon:  Harvest House, 2013.  159p.  Borrowed 14 September 2015.  Read 14-15 September 2015.  Business

Kiyosaki, Robert T with Sharon Lechter.  Cashflow Quadrant.  NY:  Business Plus (Hachette Book Group), 2008.  248p.  (This volume introduces in detail an analysis presented in summary form as the framework for all Kiyosaki's training programs.  He details the differences in 4 categories of income production activities, showing the dependent and limited aspects of the left side, quadrants E and S, Employee and Specialist or Self Employed, which depend on the effort, time and presence of the individual), and the right side Quadrants B and I, Business and Investment, which use money to produce other money on its own.)  Bought 28 November in Arlington, Texas.  Read 5 December 2009; reread 11-27 May 2015.  Business

Ladd, Karol.  Unfailing Love:  A Woman's Walk Through 1 John.  Eugene OR:  Harvest House, 2012.  234p.  Bought 3 March 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 25-31 March 2015.  Devotion (Bible)

Leakey, Richard.  The Origin of Humankind.  NY:  BasicBooks (HarperCollins), 1994.  171p.  Bought 17 September in Arlington, Texas.  Read 18-20 September 2015.   Anthropology

Leon, Jorge A.  Teología de La Unidad.  Buenos Aires:  La Aurora, 1971.  166p.  Bought October 1980 in Perkins School of Theology Bookstore, Dallas, Texas.  Read 22 June - 30 December 2015.  Theology

Loftus, Geoff.  Lead Like Ike:  Ten Business Strategies from the CEO of D-Day.  Nashville:  Thomas Nelson, 2013.  226p.  Bought 2 May 2015Arlington, Texas.  Read 26-29 May 2015.  Business (History)

Lucado, Max.  In the Eye of the Storm: A Day in the Life of Jesus.  Dallas: Word, 1991.  282p.  Boroowed and read 17-18 April 2015.   Faith & Life

Lyons, Gabe.  The Next Christians:  Seven Ways You Can Live the Gospel and Restore the World.  Colorado Springs:  Multnomah Books, 2012.  249p.  Bought 2 January 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 7-12 January 2015.  Faith and Life

Mann, James.  The Rebellion of Ronald Reagan:  A History of the End of the Cold War.  NY:  Viking, 2009.  396p.  Bought 27 May 2014, Arlington, Texas.  Read 25 January - 1 February 2015.  American Politics and Culture

Mason, John.  An Enemy Called Average:  The Keys to Unlocking Your Dreams.  Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2011.  127p.  Bought by mail 1 April 2014.  Read 6-7 April 2015.  Inspiration

McBain, Alexander.  Celtic Mythology and Religion.  Glastonbury, England:  The Lost Library, no date.  254p (reprint of the 1917 original published by Sterlang Eneas McKay).  Bought 18 September in Arlington, Texas.  Read 20-26 September 2015.   Peoples & Cultures

McConnell, Scott.  Multi-Site Churches:  Guidance for the Movement's Next Generation.  Nashville:  Broadman & Holman, 2009.  237p.  Bought 3 March 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 16-21 June 2015.  Church & Culture

McLoughlin, Tim and Betty.  Veld Girl:  Cynthia Stockley - A Recreated Life.  Sweden:  Elementá, 2015.  482p.  Received from the author 23 June 2015.  Read13-22 July 2015.  Biography (Literature)

Miers, Earl Schenk, Ed.  The American Story:  The Age of Exploration to the Age of the Atom.  Great Neck, NY:  Channel Press, 1956. 382p.  Bought in Arlington, Texas.  Read 12-18 May 2015.  History

Moore, Johnnie.  Honestly:  Really Living What We Say We Believe.  Eugene, Oregon:  Harfvest House, 2011.  207p.  Bought 2 May 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 10-14 June 2015.  Faith & Life

Muckle, Robert J.  The First Nations of British Columbia.  Vancouver:  UBC Press, 1998.  146p.  Bought 18 September 2015 in Arlington, Texas.   Read 27-30 September 2015.  Theology

Nelson, Bob.  Companies Don't Succeed, People Do:  50 Ways to Motivate Your Team.   Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2015.  127p.  Bought 1 September 2015 in Arlington, Texas.   Read 8-10 October 2015.  Business

Ogden, Schubert.  The Reality of God.  NY:  Harper & Row, 1977.  237p.  Purchased 8 September 1980.  Portions read at that time.  Read again 4-11 April 2015.  Theology

Pagitt, Doug.  A Christianity Worth Believing:  Hope-Filled, Open-Armed, Alive-and-Well Faith for the Left Out, Left Behind, and Let Down in us All.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 2008.  242p.  Bought 30 June 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 27-29 July 2015.  Theology

Platt, David.  Counter Culture.  Carol Stream, Illinois:  Tyndale House, 2015.  206p.  Read 2-17 November 2015.  Church & Culture

Qubein, Nido R, Nick Nanton and J W Dicks.  How Successful People Think: Moving from Ordinary to Extraordinary.  Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2015.  95p.  Received 31 July 2015.  Read 6-7 August 2015.  Inspiration

Queen, Ellery.  Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine Vol 49, No 2, Feb 1967, NY:  Read 20 November - 6 December 2015.  Fiction

Reece, Vicki.  The Joy of Mom:  Celebrating a Mother's Love.  Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2014.  127p.  Bought by mail 1 May 2015.  Read 9 May 2015.  Inspiration

Roberts, Mark D.  No Holds Barred:  Wrestling with God in Prayer.  Colorado Springs:  Waterbrook Press, 2005.  191p.  Bought 1 Apriol 2015 Arlington, Texas.  Read 4-6 June 2015.  Faith & Life (Prayer)

Schoemer, Karl G.  Try Different, Not Harder:  15 Rules for Mastering Change.   Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2015.  127p.  Bought 1 September 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 11 October 2015. Business

Shapiro, Ben.  Project President:  Bad Hair and Botox on the Road to the White House.  Nashville:  Thomas Nelson, 2007.  284p.  Bought 3 March 2015 Arlington, Texas.  Read 29 May - 2 June 2015.  American Politics & Culture

Smith, Greg B.  Nothing But Money:  How the Mob Infiltrated Wall Street.  NY:  Berkley Books, 2009.  313p.  Bought 7 August 2014 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 15 February - 23 March 2015.  History (Economics)

Smith, Robert D.  20,000 Days ... and Coming:  The Crash Course for Mastering Your Life Right Now.  Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2013.  249p.  Received January 2015.  Read 21-22 January 2015.  Inspiration

Snoke, David.  A Biblical Case for an Old Earth.  Grand Rapids:  BakerBooks, 2006.  223p.  Bought 1 July in Arlington, Texas.  Read 15-18 August 2015.  Bible

Sorge, Bob.  It's Not Business, It's Personal.  Kansas City, Missouri:  Oasis Hope, 1982.  87p.  Borrowed 17 January 2015, Arlington, Texas.  Read 23-24 January 2015.  Church & Culture

Spong, John Shelby.  Re-Claiming the Bible for a Non-Religious World.  NY:  HarperOne, 2011.  414p.  Read 8-14 November 2015.  Bible (Church & Culture)

Spong, John Shelby.  Resurrection, Myth or Reality?  A Bishop's Search for the Origins of Christianity.  NY:  HarperSanFrancisco, 1994.  320p.  Bought 31 July 2015 from Amazon.  Read 10-13 September 2015.  Theology

Stone, Richard.  Mammoth:  The Resurrection 0f an Ice Age Giant.  Cambridge, Massachussetts:  Perseus, 2001.  242p.  Bought 18 September 2015 in Arlington, Texas.   Read 24-28 October 2015.  Science

Strauss, Ed.  Why Should I Believe the Bible?:  An Easy-to-Understand Guide to Scripture's Trustworthiness.  Ulrichsville, Ohio:  Barbour, 2013.  246p. (This is a reprint of two books in one: Answers to Your Bible Questions, by Strauss and Understand Your Bible by Beck.)  Bought 1 August 2015.  Read 19-21 December 2015.  Bible

Sweet, Leonard.  Viral:  How Social Networking is Poised to Ignite Revival.  Colorado Springs:  Waterbrook Press, 2012.  229p.  Bought 1 April 2015.  Read 23-25 April 2015.   Church & Culture

Tchividjian, Tullian.  Unfashionable: Making a Difference in the World By Being Different.  Colorado Springs:  Multnomah, 2009.  204p.  Bought 2 January 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 14-17 January 2015.  Church & Culture

Thiede, Carsten Thiede and Matthew D'Ancona.  Eyewitness to Jesus:  Amazing New Evidence About the Origin of the Gospels.  NY:  Doubleday, 1996.  206p.  Bought 2 November 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 2-7 November 2015.  Bible

Thomas, Cal.  What Works:  Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America.  Grand Rapids:  Zondervan/HarperCollins, 2014.  224p.  Bought 15 January 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 2-4 February 2015.  American Politics and Culture (Humor)

Tracy, Brian.  Bull's-Eye:  The Power of Focus.  Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2015.  131p.  Received 2 July 2015.  Read 6-7 July 2015.  Business

Trudeau, Kevin.  Natural Cures "They" Don't Want You to Know About.  Elk Grove Village, Illinois:  Alliance Publishing Group, 2004.  571p.  Bought 5 February 2010.  Read 27- April 2015.   Science (Health)

Tune, Mike.  Reading the Bible without Getting Lost.  Abilene, texas:  Leafwood, 2014.  174p.  Bought 1 August in Arlington, Texas.  Read 4-5 August 2015.  Bible

Vos, Howard F.  Genesis.  Chicago:  Moody Press, 1982.  203p.  Read 3-6 January 2015.  Bible

Whalin, Terry.  Sojourner Truth:  American Abolitionist.  Uhrichsville, Ohio:  Barbour, 1997.  204p.  Bought 1 April 2015 in Dallas, Texas.  Read 1-4 April 2015.  History (American Politics)

Wynn, Thomas and Frederick L Coolidge.  How to Think Like a Neandertal.  NY:  Oxford University Press, 2012.  210p.  Bought 28 July 2015 from Amazon.com.  Read 22-31 August 2015.  Anthropology (Archaeoanthropology)

Yaeger, Don.  What Makes the Great Ones Great: 16 Characteristics of a Champion.  Naperville, Illinois:  Simple Truths, 2015.  111p.  Received 7 March 2015.   Read 11 March 2015.  Inspiration

Yawn, Byron Forrest.  Suburbianity:  What Have We Done to the Gospel? Can We Find our Way Back to Biblical Christianity? Eugene, Oregon:  Harvest House Publishers, 2013.  226p.  Bought 2 May Arlington, Texas.  Read 24-26 May 2015.  Church and Culture

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