Reviews by Ken Weatherbee

Read Ken Weatherbee's Blog

Fake Christianity

Fake Christianity

On 2/20 Ken Weatherbee wrote: Fake Christianity, by C.B. Matthews was the most disappointing book I have read in a long time and I am a vivacious reader. As with all books, I am able to glean elements worth meditating upon and anytime there are scriptural references this process is even easier due to my high regard for God’s word. ... One Star Because Zero Is Not Available

Ken's Rating:

1 Stars

View all reviews for this book

Rise of the Spiritual Activist

Rise of the Spiritual Activist

On 2/16 Ken Weatherbee wrote: Rise of the Spiritual Activist: A Beginner’s Guide to Integrating Faith and Justice by Guillermo Marquez-Sterling grabbed my attention by the title. As an individual highly concerned with both faith and justice, or as I often label it, faith and works, my interest was peeked to see the approach the ... Great Concept, Flawed Philosophy

Ken's Rating:

1 Stars

View all reviews for this book

Jesus

Jesus

On 2/12 Ken Weatherbee wrote: “Jesus: A Theography” by Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola offers a unique perspective on the life of Jesus and, as they say, how all of the scriptures point to Him. The traditional church view the eternal existence of Christ is presented in a non-traditional and refreshing method. The authors present ... A Fresh Perspective

Ken's Rating:

4 Stars

View all reviews for this book

Globequake

Globequake

On 10/5 Ken Weatherbee wrote: As the adage goes, “Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water. “ When reading Wallace Henley’s Globe Quake this is the thought that resonated within me. Although there were some strong ideas presented and the overall intention of inspiring followers of Christ to become strong influences within ... False Prophesy

Ken's Rating:

2 Stars

View all reviews for this book

Jackson

Jackson

On 9/24 Ken Weatherbee wrote: Although much great information about who Andrew Jackson was as a person beyond the Presidency can be found in Vickery’s book, the overall narrative was missing the detailed elaboration to truly retain the reader’s attention. The author brings incites and thrusts the reader into the historical setting ... Disappointing read

Ken's Rating:

2 Stars

View all reviews for this book

The Coming Revolution

The Coming Revolution

On 3/5 Ken Weatherbee wrote: The Coming Revolution Is America on the fringe of another revolution? Has our country turned its collective back upon the founding principles of our Fathers? Dr. Lee traces the history of the American Spirit and identifies, what he sees as the reviving of this seemingly lost narrative of the American ... The Coming Revolution

Ken's Rating:

4 Stars

View all reviews for this book

The Founders' Key

The Founders' Key

On 2/26 Ken Weatherbee wrote: The Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution have become considered separate entities. Yet, the obvious and purposeful connection of the two founding American documents has been ignored and blatantly separated by the Progressive Movement. Arnn offers a historical analysis of the vital ... The Why and How of American Freedom

Ken's Rating:

4 Stars

View all reviews for this book

The Grace Effect

The Grace Effect

On 12/4 Ken Weatherbee wrote: The Grace Effect, by Larry Alex Taunton converges a two-fold thesis. First, as an inspirational story regarding the passionate call and process of adopting a beautiful young girl from the Ukraine, Taunton offers inspiration to Christians in how to make an impact in our world for the Kingdom of God. ... Have We Absorbed Communism?

Ken's Rating:

4 Stars

View all reviews for this book

It Is Dangerous to Be Right When the Government Is Wrong

It Is Dangerous to Be Right When the Government Is Wrong

On 10/29 Ken Weatherbee wrote: Patrick Henry’s famous quote, “Give me liberty or give me death” in 1775 rings loud and clear in Judge Andrew P. Napolitano’s book, It Is Dangerous To Be Right When the Government Is Wrong: The Case For Personal Freedom. Although Napolitano outlines with great detail the unconstitutional actions ... Live Free or Die

Ken's Rating:

5 Stars

View all reviews for this book

Sherman

Sherman

On 10/15 Ken Weatherbee wrote: Sherman-The Ruthless Victor provides the reader with a historically accurate portrait of the inner-driving force behind the Civil War hero himself. In this short account of the life of William Tecumseh Sherman one is able to gather historical dates, locations, and events surrounding the era of Sherman’s ... A Look Inside The General

Ken's Rating:

4 Stars

View all reviews for this book

America: The Last Best Hope (Volume III)

America: The Last Best Hope (Volume III)

On 10/1 Ken Weatherbee wrote: History is often retold with the bias of the historian bleeding through the pages, while other times it is a bit more disguised; However, America: The Last Best Hope by William Bennett provides a detailed account of the past twenty years with a tremendous balance of presentation. Although Bennett is ... Finally A Fresh Understanding of Modern American History

Ken's Rating:

5 Stars

View all reviews for this book

Be the People

Be the People

On 9/20 Ken Weatherbee wrote: Carol Swain, PhD has written a fascinating, inspirational, and eye-opening book on, as the subtitle states, "A Call to Reclaim America's Faith & Promise." Throughout the book, Swain offers insight into the current moral state of our nation along with practical steps to help restore the grandeur we once ... Be The People

Ken's Rating:

5 Stars

View all reviews for this book

Has God Spoken?

Has God Spoken?

On 9/5 Ken Weatherbee wrote: If you have wondered, "How can we know the Bible is reliable?" then this is a terrific book to answer many of the questions you may have. If you are of little doubt regarding the Scripture's inerrant authorship but have struggled to answer the assortment of questions brought about by others, then "Has ... Has God Spoken?

Ken's Rating:

4 Stars

View all reviews for this book