Reviews by Robert Marx
On 9/21 Robert Marx wrote: The Open Bible by Thomas Nelson Publishers confers great study aids alongside a crisp, literal translation of the Holy Scriptures, the New King James Version. The Biblical Cyclopedic Index alone causes this to be a premiere study Bible for it combines features of a concordance and a topical index into ... Review of the NKJV The Open Bible
On 8/10 Robert Marx wrote: Dr. Lee begins the book at America’s founding and offers insight into factors that made America great. He provides parallels from the Puritans’ day into contemporary American society. One main theme of Dr. Lee is that America’s greatness comes from its goodness so it is self- generating. He provides ... The Coming Revolution Review
On 1/5 Robert Marx wrote: The life and times of Billy Graham mark a revolutionary ministry of preaching that affected the totality of evangelism world-wide in the post-World War II era. The Rev. Graham now writes in a clear fashion what some issues are that we must all plan for with retirement and setting up an estate. Most of ... Review of "Nearing Home"
On 12/15 Robert Marx wrote: The events that brought America into the Second World War unfolded quickly in December 1941 with obviously far reaching consequences. Shirley writes of the major events that occurred each day of that pivotal month but blends the war news with cultural and popular tidbits. The rage in the newspapers are ... Review on "December 1941" by Craig Shirley
On 11/28 Robert Marx wrote: President George Washington, arguably more than any other person, personified exactly what an American was by establishing the model of government, helping to ensure ratification of the constitution by the states,and defending her with life, limb, and treasure. This book represents an encompassing examination ... Review of Washington: A Legacy of Leadership by Vickery & Mansfield
On 8/11 Robert Marx wrote: No He Can’t: How Barack Obama is Dismantling Hope and Change by Kevin McCullough is a small book, published by Thomas Nelson, Inc. and copyrighted 2011. BookSneeze® provided me with an advance free copy of the book for review purposes. McCullough begins with a short resume of the sitting president, ... Review of "No He Can't" by Kevin McCullough