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Here’s How Christian Book Summaries Help You Learn More…in Less Time

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Some people love to learn but don’t necessarily enjoy the act of reading…while others love to read but can’t find the time to read all those enticing books! Does this describe you? If so, or if you just want to learn more and save time, then the book summaries at Books At a Glance will help you to read more quality, Christian books…in less time!

What Are Book Summaries?
A book summary is similar to the “executive summary” concept that’s so popular in the business world; it condenses the main points, thoughts, and arguments of a book into bite-sized pieces, so that you can get the gist of the entire book in only the time that it takes you to read the 7 – 10 page summary.

What’s the Difference Between a Book Summary and a Book Review?
Book reviews are very valuable, however they generally merely assess the book, whereas a book summary will enable you to become thoroughly familiar with the key points in a book in just 7-10 pages, so that you will easily learn the main points of the book in just one sitting and so that you will be certain that you’re making a wise decision before purchasing the book. Click HERE to get immediate access to these summaries.

Books at a GlanceKeep Current & Informed of the Newest and Best of Christian Books
Keeping up with the massive onslaught of quality Christian books can be overwhelming! However, with the book summaries from Books At a Glance, you will finally be able to keep current with hand-selected, quality Christian books with virtually no infringement on your (already) busy schedule! With these book summaries, you’ll learn and grow, and you’ll also keep current with the “hot” books that your fellow parishioners are reading…”hot” books that may or may not be helpful to them! Our goal is to keep you informed.

You’ll Get Immediate Access to 1 – 2 Books Summaries Every Week…Delivered Right to Your Inbox!
Whether you’re reading these book summaries from your computer or on-the-go from your mobile device on our mobile-friendly website, these book summaries will keep you informed of new and significant Christian books. These books are hand-selected by Fred Zaspel and the Books At a Glance staff, and summarized by our well-qualified staff of pastors and professors.

Come, Learn and Keep Current!
Go to www.BooksAtaGlance.com right away to register and gain access to these valuable summaries. They will help you learn more, faster, and you will no longer be frustrated by not being able to keep up with good Christian publications!

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Book Summaries


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    A La Carte (July 4)

    A La Carte: Zoomers and the future of the church / Good sex starts with the heart / Political ideology vs. science / The sacrifices of a wife / Thou shalt not catastrophize / What happens when we trust God for the next step? / and more.

  • Trusting God in the Uncertainties of Life

    Trusting God in the Uncertainties of Life

    There are some things I’m good at. Whether by nature, nurture, or hard practice, I have accumulated some skills and been given some talents. But I’m not good at everything of course. Not nearly. One thing I’m very poor at is …

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    A La Carte (July 3)

    A La Carte: Jesus Calling and the PCA / Why do we believe so many lies about heaven? / Kevin DeYoung’s theological explainer / Ancestor worship in the church / Dear little one / Thoughts on being a Christian writer / Kindle device and book deals / and more.

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    A La Carte (July 2)

    A La Carte: Growing older with wisdom, not bitterness / The bestselling reference Bible / Two new songs / The calling of motherhood for the worrisome mother / Beware the emotional prosperity gospel / Doomed to final frustration / Logos and Kindle sales / and more.

  • Software for Church Leadership

    This week the blog is sponsored by Church Social and is written by Jonathan Reinink. I am currently serving as an elder in my church. In my church, elders and deacons serve three-year terms. Between meetings, pastoral visits, and being in tune with what’s happening both locally and in our denomination, there’s lots of work to do.…

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    A La Carte (July 1)

    A La Carte: One of the best ways we can love our loved ones / Poetry as a means of grace / The cleansing breeze / The redeeming, soul-depression of Jesus / Taking a hard look / Beauty is found in the most unexpected places / Kindle deals / and more.