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The Phantom Tollbooth - Past Book Reviews

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The Way Way Back movie poster. In a season filled with capes, explosions, aliens, and sequel after sequel, it is refreshing to have a film come along that is unique.

The story of the controversial forefather of ‘Christian rock music,’ a format that’s still a thorn-in-the-side to many staunch pulpiteers – a fact that (somewhere in Heaven) is probably making Larry Norman smile.

The story of the controversial forefather of ‘Christian rock’ music, a format that’s still a thorn-in-the-side to many staunch pulpiteers – a fact that, somewhere in Heaven, is probably making Larry Norman smile.

101dev4busyfamiliesAt just over 100 pages, and pocket-size, it is handy to carry with you for personal inspiration or sharing a moment with someone.

Desert High by Doug VanPelt as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothMild mannered Rock 'n' Roll magazine publisher by day, time travler by night. It is a tale well told and one that is well worth reading.

Bearing the Image: Twenty Years of Image as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth. Almost seventy writers and twenty visual artists showcase the imprissive two-decade span of Image Journal's exploration of literature and art that grapses with the question of art and faith.


Peculiar Goings on by Dave Walker. Are there any cartoonists in the world who do church better than Walker? This fourth collection must be his strongest yet.

Dave Walker’s latest cartoon collection may be sub-titled ‘Tips for Advanced Churchgoing,’ but you don’t have to be an Anglican to enjoy the humour. It will help you to catch the subtleties, though. His understanding of the ordinary person in the pew pours out of these drawings.

Chris Webb fire of the word as reviewed in Phantom TollboothWebb slips deep truths into easy-to-read chapters, making this insightful work valuable for both new and mature Christians.

11 Be Attitudes of Prosperity as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothIf you are looking for helpful advice about being responsible for your money, this has much to offer. It largely avoids greed.

A Second Shot of Coffee With JesusA Second Shot of Coffee With Jesus has the same spiritual caffeine-jolt as its predecessor, and the 'shots' are just as pointed and well-directed as ever.

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