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  • When Good People Have Affairs

  • Inside the Hearts & Minds of People in Two Relationships
  • Written by: Mira Kirshenbaum
  • Narrated by: Callie Beaulieu
  • Length: 6 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged
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A world-renowned therapist, Mira Kirshenbaum has treated thousands of people caught in the powerful drama over what to do when an affair rocks their emotional lives. Now, in When Good People Have Affairs, Kirshenbaum puts her unsurpassed experience into one clear, calming place. She leads listeners through six easy-to-navigate steps that will take anyone from anxiety to clarity, and identifies 17 types of affairs, helping listeners figure out which type they're in and what it means.

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • an excellent guide for a difficult terrain

  • By Harold Wise on 2018-05-29

an excellent guide for a difficult terrain

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Reviewed: 2018-05-29

this book seems to be geared towards those who have been involved in an affair, but is also helpful if you're thinking about an affair and want to know more about the reasons that they happen. This author is very sympathetic to why people have affairs, though not condoning the behavior. She shows how you can escape the guilt and shame and learn from the experience and look at all your options. I thought it was well done.

  • The Case Against the Case for Christ

  • A New Testament Scholar Refutes the Reverend Lee Strobel
  • Written by: Robert M. Price
  • Narrated by: Robert M. Price
  • Length: 11 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged
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Leading New Testament scholar Robert M. Price has taken umbrage at the cavalier manner in which Rev. Lee Strobel has misrepresented the field of Bible scholarship in his book The Case for Christ. Price exposes and refutes Strobel's arguments chapter-by-chapter. In doing so, he has occasion to wipe out the entire field of Christian apologetics as summarized by Strobel. This book is a must-read for anyone bewildered by the various books published by Rev. Strobel.

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • A biting critique

  • By Harold Wise on 2018-01-01

A biting critique

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Reviewed: 2018-01-01

I am a fan of Robert M Price and listen to his Podcast. This book was everything I expected and I found his arguments compelling and rather enjoyed his adversarial comments about apologists. Robert always maintains a level of respect for others though and never goes so far as character assassination. He merely points out bad arguments and techniques of Lee Strobel, often in a humourous way. This book is Rich in content and a great read!

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