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Cartels and Combinations by Mike McPheters

The handwritten note of Mexican drug lord “El Gordo” crushed Assistant
United States Attorney Enrique Guzman: “We have your daughter…You have
six of our people currently in custody…You have one week to free our men
before we cause harm to your daughter.” And thus begins the high
adventure of the novel “Cartels and Combinations,” as U.S. G-men rally
together, stopping at nothing to save the daughter of their friend and
colleague. 

Independence Rock by Debra Terry Hulet

Katie McBride is a fifteen-year-old who has a life that no one should
have to endure. Her Dad left years ago and her Mom is a
physical-spiritual-mental-emotional abuser who also is an alcoholic.
After being out late Katie’s Mom vents all of her frustration, rage and
hate on Katie and still finds a way to blame her for all of her
problems.

Transformation of the Mormon Culture Region Author: Ethan R. Yorgason

As I read “Transformation of the Mormon Culture Region,” one fact nagged
at me. Author Ethan R. Yorgason earned in Ph.D. in Geography from the
University of Illinois, while I received an MA in English from Texas
A&M-Commerce.

he Text of the New Testament: Its Transmission, Corruption, and Restoration Author: Bruce M. Metzger and Bart D. Ehrman

“A Bible, a Bible, we have a Bible and we don’t really care where it
came from, thank you very much.” Unfortunately, this sums up the
attitude of many Mormons toward the Bible. This is even more surprising
given very clear statements from Joseph Smith as to the imperfect nature
thereof. Between the 8th Article of Faith and his personal thoughts: “I
believe the bible, as it ought to be, as it came from the pen of the
original writers” (sermon of October 14, 1843 as reported by Willard
Richards in *Words of Joseph Smith*, 256), one certainly cannot accuse
Smith of holding a view of biblical inerrancy. As Philip Barlow has
concisely demonstrated in *Mormons and the Bible,* subsequent
generations of Mormons developed a hands-off position toward textual
studies of any portion of the Bible (see chapter 4).

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