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It wasn't safe before. Now, the coast is clear. And he’s returned to reclaim what’s his.


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He'll break her three-date rule or go down in flames trying.


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Chesapeake Valor


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Ardent Springs - a town made for second chances


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Love can find its way out of darkness…return to Jackson Hole, WY


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Adventure, romance, and danger collide when a young Alaskan fisherman nets the body of a Russian swimmer


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Domestic Equalizers returns



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Also by Robin W. Lovin:

Christian Ethics, March 2000
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Christian Ethics
Robin W. Lovin

An Essential Guide

Abingdon Press
March 2000
128 pages
ISBN: 0687054621
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$15.99
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In this excellent outline of Christian ethics, Robin W. Lovin achieves a balance between the questions and issues which form the core of the study of ethics, and the life situations from which those questions arise. Eschewing a sectarian approach which dismisses other understandings of the moral life, Lovin nonetheless lays claim to a specifically, Christian understanding of ethics by beginning with basic Christian convictions about the reality of God and human redemption, and weaving these convictions into the fabric of moral concerns that are widely shared in contemporary society. He takes note of the problems that arise when Christians try to act on or enforce their convictions in a pluralistic society, and recognizes the variety of theological and moral beliefs that are held within the Christian community, as well as in the wider society.

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Good Morning America - May 28, 2006

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