Saturday, October 17, 2020

#1Book1Week August 2020

 

As an introvert (at its core), I'm energized when I read books quietly outside but noisily inside. And because I love to explore various subjects, find new ideas and challenge my beliefs, these lists are very enriching. Let me know if you want to discuss any of these books 😉

 < Blessing Or Curse> One of my favourite Bible teachers Derek Prince, in this book, shows how the forces behind blessings and curses might be at work in our lives. Drawing from God's Word and real-life experiences, he helps us understand the causes of curses and ways of blessing. Read my BOOK REVIEW here: https://www.richardangelus.me/.../blessing-or-curse-you...

 < Difficulties In the Bible > This book examines some of the difficulties surrounding the Bible and explains how we should deal with them when they arise (so, R.A. Torrey didn't deal with every difficulty). Each chapter focuses on a different passage of Scripture and provides an illuminating perspective on the biblical text. Read my BOOK REVIEW here: https://www.richardangelus.me/.../difficulties-in-bible...

 < Hitler > Some people say this is “In the best short biography of Adolf Hitler"; some disagree. N.A. Wilson comes from very narrow angles of what made the 'Fuhrer' the phenomenon he was. His conclusions make fascinating, somewhat controversial, and unique. I appreciate the brevity because I don't want to read a long biography of this man (or some say, animal). Read my BOOK REVIEW here: https://www.richardangelus.me/.../hitler-2012-by-n-wilson...

 < Rich Malaysia, Poor Malaysians > This statement says it all: "Malaysia is blessed with abundant natural resources, petroleum being the most precious. With income per capita of about US$9,970 and Petronas continuously providing an onerously generous 40 percent to government revenues, Malaysia has all the essential ingredients to flourish." But why? Oh why rich Malaysia, but poor Malaysians* still? Read my BOOK REVIEW here: https://www.richardangelus.me/.../rich-malaysia-poor...

 < The Art of Thinking Clearly > If you love reading about psychology and human behaviour like I do, this book is essential. It is about cognitive biases, namely, systematic errors in thinking that occurs when people are processing and interpreting information in the world around them and affects the decisions and judgments that they make. Read my BOOK REVIEW here: https://www.richardangelus.me/.../the-art-of-thinking...

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