I'll be posting quite a few more book/movie/DVD reviews coming up and hopefully some actual doll/toy reviews here soon. "A Dolly A Day" has become more like "Random Reviews Of A Person With Too Many Interests"...sorry!
Let's see...today, however, is a probably very short book review for "God's Not Dead" by Rice Broocks.
It's probably very obvious what the book is about. God's not dead. While it is not the book version of the movie "God's Not Dead", information from the book is used in the movie (and there's a little scene where the main character is reading the book.) This book encompasses some very important information and will help anyone better strengthen themselves against atheist/agnostic arguments. It also explains some very interesting details - such as how there are differences between science and evolutionists. This is stuff you don't learn in school. You also learn how to not let yourself get tricked by some atheist arguments that are thrown out there.
The book has some varying Christian viewpoints as well, and includes some personal backstory from Broocks about his journey as a Christian. I originally ordered this book in order to learn how to back up my beliefs and myself when questions inevitably arise, whether online or in face-to-face conversation with someone. "God's Not Dead" is a very good book to check out if you're curious about Christianity and if you're already Christian and you want to learn how to back your faith. The only real issue with the book is if you're not into nonfiction or are easily bored, this probably isn't the book for you. It's not exactly the most fast-paced or intense book ever :}
And also, I'd definitely recommend watching the movie "God's Not Dead" as well. It's really, really good! The end is a bit played up, but the messages themselves are solid and very important.
See you all soon! Upcoming reviews include Funko Pop! reviews for Honey Lemon, Hiro, and Go Go Tomago, the Blu-Ray Big Hero 6 's features, Maleficent, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Giver, "Hiro's Journal" book, and some more reviews I can't even remember but have written down somewhere xD.