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Books at a Glance

There are so many good books to read; it’s nearly impossible to keep up with them all…if only they didn’t take so long to read! With book summaries offered by www.BooksAtaGlance.com, you will get 1-2 book summaries (7-10 pages) every week that you will read in approximately only 10 minutes each.

What Are Christian Book Summaries & How Will They Save You Time?

Books at a GlanceModeled after the “Executive Summaries” so familiar to the business world, a book summary condenses the theme, thoughts, and arguments of every chapter of a book, so that you can learn the main points of the book in only the time that it takes you to read the 7-10 page summary. Consider the time that this will save you!

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Have you ever bought a book, read it, and then wished you hadn’t wasted the time or money on that book? We’ve all done this, and it’s a frustrating feeling, but when you read the book summaries offered by www.BooksAtaGlance.com, you will be thoroughly familiar with the content of the book, so that you can make a wise decision when it comes to purchasing books.

Easily…Keep Current with the Newest, Best, and Most Significant Christian Books

We here at Books At a Glance are very serious about selecting new, theologically sound, informative, and relevant books from the top Christian publishers to summarize. Keeping up with all of the new books can be daunting and impossible, and we simplify that process for you. What’s more is that all of our summaries and reviews are written by well-qualified scholars pastors, and this service is heartily endorsed by our board of reference.

Keep Up with Culture & Contemporary Religion

ScreenWhether it’s the smiling pastor of a mega church who proclaims the “Prosperity Gospel” in a new book, the claims of Islam, how homosexuality is working its way into the Christian church, a new cultural or theological movement, or just the newest “fluff Christian” paperback, it is vital for you to keep up with these kinds of topics for a few reasons: 1) so you aren’t duped by their tactics, 2) to sharpen your overall discernment, and 3) to know how to help fellow parishioners keep from falling prey to the enemy

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Books at a Glance


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