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  • Can women in the twenty-first century benefit from the instructions of a Bible, written in ancient times and credited by some with prejudice and humiliation toward women? Wendy Alsup gives answers.

    Is the Bible Good for Women? (Book Review)

    Is the Bible Good for Women? (Book Review)

    by Dora Weithers26

  • Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees" is a modern classic, outlining potential effects of various levels of global warming. It's summarized, evaluated, and updated here, with links to 7 supplementary Hubs.

    Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees":  A Summary Review

    Mark Lynas's "Six Degrees": A Summary Review

    by Doc Snow10

  • Can Christians believe in Evolution? What are the different Christian beliefs about creation? Resources to help you decide what to believe.

    How Christians Can Believe Evolution

    How Christians Can Believe Evolution

    by Virginia Kearney14

  • Are YOU a Highly Sensitive Person? Have you ever been called "too sensitive" or been told to "lighten up?" You might want to read Dr. Elaine Aron's book on the topic-- it could change your life!

    The Highly Sensitive Person: A Life Changing Book

    The Highly Sensitive Person: A Life Changing Book

    by Peter Messerschmidt5

  • An enhanced-content review of Gwynne Dyer's "Climate Wars" (2010.) Climate change is of deep concern to national security professionals the world over. Find out what they are worrying about.

    Gwynn Dyer's "Climate Wars":  A Summary Review

    Gwynn Dyer's "Climate Wars": A Summary Review

    by Doc Snow20

  • He intended to go snowboarding in the Himalayas and came back to become an American religious figure. What else does the Frederick Lenz’s biography “Blue Sky Buddha” offer?

    Blue Sky Buddha, A Book Review

    Blue Sky Buddha, A Book Review

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • Michael Pollan’s Botany of Desire, A book claiming to be a plant’s-eye view of the world, covers four major, overarching human desires. In Pollan’s chapter focused on intoxication, he describes the ways in which marijuana has evolved to become much more intoxicating than could ever have been possible without humanity. I have had no personal experience with marijuana or any other consciousness-altering drugs and, thus, will be viewing Pollan’s conclusions from the standpoint of one who does not p

    Book Discussion: Botany of Desire: Marijuana

    Book Discussion: Botany of Desire: Marijuana

    by Epsilon50

  • Michael starts off the prologue in his book by explaining his purpose in writing it.  It was definitely not meant to be another slant on Leigh Anne Tuohy’s book In a Heartbeat: Sharing the Power of Cheerful Giving or Michael Lewis’ book...

    Book Review: "I Beat the Odds" by Michael Oher

    Book Review: "I Beat the Odds" by Michael Oher

    by BooksGalore3

  • Chaplain William H. Schnackenberg IV debuts his first book as an autobiography centered around existential decay and redemption.

    Book Review: Blue Collar Believer

    Book Review: Blue Collar Believer

    by Joel Furches0

  • Need inspiration to get going no matter what? These 5 books can help you achieve that! Must read Inspirational books that can make a huge impact on your lives.

    5 Best Inspirational Books You Must Read

    5 Best Inspirational Books You Must Read

    by Sam Dreiberg0

  • This article looks at books that have been written by prisoners who are either still incarcerated or have been previously. The ones in this list are my favorites

    Best 8 Prison Books

    Best 8 Prison Books

    by Terry Lane2

  • An in-depth study on the life of Vaslav Fomitch Nijinsky, primarily based on his wife Romola's biography. Article author draws parallels to her own life experience.

    Nijinsky, Iconic Russian Ballet Dancer

    Nijinsky, Iconic Russian Ballet Dancer

    by Marie Flint6

  • Well here's another analysis for you. Apologies for not writing any new content, I'm going through midterms. So, once spring break starts, I'll be able to write something new for you guys! Anyway, here's a look into the fascinating writings of...

    Fanon's The Wretched of the Earth: A Quick Analysis

    Fanon's The Wretched of the Earth: A Quick Analysis

    by Anna Karpinski2

  • An analysis of various characters from Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer with an emphasis on Andy Harris. Analysis of Responsibility in Into Thin Air with video and maps of Mt. Everest.

    Analysis of Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer

    Analysis of Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer

    by Laura Writes4

  • Some books are written to change people's lives. I have read at least five books that changed my life. Hopefully, this article will encourage you to let these books change your life also.

    Five Books That Changed My Life

    Five Books That Changed My Life

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • This is an essay I wrote for my Development of Europe course I took last year. It is an interpretation of Heda Kovaly's "Under a Cruel Star." An autobiography of one woman's ordeal Nazi Czechoslovakia.

    Interpretation of Heda Kovaly's "Under A Cruel Star"

    Interpretation of Heda Kovaly's "Under A Cruel Star"

    by Travis4

  • Here are three of the best books to help you improve your writing skills, plus one of the most inspirational books ever written.

    Best Writing Books for Beginners

    Best Writing Books for Beginners

    by Eric Dockett10

  • In this excerpt from This Sex, Irigaray draws on the work of Karl Marx and anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss to explain the commodification of women in “our” society. Irigaray begins with the statement that “The society we know, our own...

    Summary of "Women on the Market" by Luce Irigaray

    Summary of "Women on the Market" by Luce Irigaray

    by Kathryn Lamoreux0

  • “Stretch” by Willyerd and Mistick is a 2016 career guide. What are the strengths and weaknesses of this self-help book? How does it differ from many other career books on the market?

    Stretch by Willyerd and Mistick, a Book Review

    Stretch by Willyerd and Mistick, a Book Review

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • Learn Joanna Gaines' secrets to overcoming hard life lessons in this encouraging story about Magnolia, filled with the wisdom and humor of Chip and Joanna Gaines.

    The Magnolia Story Book Review and Recipe

    The Magnolia Story Book Review and Recipe

    by Amanda Leitch0

  • An Analysis and Summary of Leslie Marmon Silko's Essay, Yellow Woman and a Beauty of the Spirit, an essay on the origin of her native people and the reverence they had for their surroundings.

    Yellow Woman and a Beauty of the Spirit: An Analysis

    Yellow Woman and a Beauty of the Spirit: An Analysis

    by Alexander Brenner2

  • People are leaving the Christian Church at an alarming rate. Detective J. Warner Wallace says that the reason is the Church's failure to answer important questions. His book tells the answers to give.

    Book Review: Forensic Faith

    Book Review: Forensic Faith

    by Joel Furches1

  • In the preface to Justice Clarence Thomas' memoir, My Grandfather's Son, the justice describes the book, "It is the story of an ordinary man to whom extraordinary things happened."

    Clarence Thomas' Memoir: My Grandfather's Son

    Clarence Thomas' Memoir: My Grandfather's Son

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • "Extreme Ownership" by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin is intended to share leadership lessons from the U.S. Navy Seals to the general public. What are the pros and cons of this book?

    Extreme Ownership, a Book Review

    Extreme Ownership, a Book Review

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • Country Lovers (1975) is a story of forbidden love between a black woman—Thebedi and Paulus, the son of her white masters. It was a story of a love that bore out of childhood romance that blossomed to adulthood until the harmless flirtation lead to sexual curiosity.This essay uses a historical approach in criticizing and analyzing the theme of the story.

    "Country Lovers" by Nadine Gordimer, an Analysis

    "Country Lovers" by Nadine Gordimer, an Analysis

    by lee custodio6

  • "Alamein to Zem Zem" is a first person account of the British 8th Army push across North Africa in WWII written by Keith Douglas. This article is a review and summary of a classic war memoir.

    Alamein to Zem Zem: WWII Desert War Diary

    Alamein to Zem Zem: WWII Desert War Diary

    by David Winters1

  • Thiong’o shows how the colonist in the mid 20th century employed the tools of education and religion in an attempt to control the Kenyan people through the hegemony of the British way of life.

    Weep Not, Child: Through the Eyes of Postcolonialism

    Weep Not, Child: Through the Eyes of Postcolonialism

    by Kristen Willms1

  • Jon Ronson's book "So You've Been Publicly Shamed" is a deep look into the long term impact for the victims of online shaming and tries to see its impact on broader society.

    So You've Been Publicly Shamed, a Book Review

    So You've Been Publicly Shamed, a Book Review

    by Tamara Wilhite2

  • Susan Cain's book "Quiet" provides an interesting perspective on the unique strengths of introverts and explains why the world needs to embrace both extroverts and introverts.

    What's Wrong With Being an Introvert?

    What's Wrong With Being an Introvert?

    by Kathy Sima28

  • This list is a collection of five of the best sociological books out there. This list does not include textbooks or readers, but rather, books that one would read outside of the classroom. Scroll down to explore the fascinating world of sociology and culture.

    Five Must-Read Sociology Books

    Five Must-Read Sociology Books

    by Brittany Kennedy10

  • This article discusses and reviews several books on the topic of Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) - a disorder that does not get nearly enough attention.

    What Is Narcissism?  Top Three Book Picks

    What Is Narcissism? Top Three Book Picks

    by Wendy Golden22