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If Democrats had any Brains, They'd be Republicans

by Ann Coulter

Right-wing provocateur Coulter clearly delights in angering liberals with outré statements that not infrequently demonize her political opponents as traitors, unleash anti-Arab and other forms of naked bigotry, wallow in fantasies of violence against real and perceived political enemies, and generally engage in a strange form of political performance art in lieu of argument. Here she collects numerous short examples collected from media appearances and her voluminous writings, including jokes about how all liberals hate Christianity, Senator Ted Kennedy's Chappaquiddick scandal, Islam as inherently violent, and the need to profile "swarthy males. " Those who enjoy Coulter's work will not find much new here, but may relive a mean-spirited chuckle or two. Anyone to the left of John Bolton, however, should probably just roll their eyes and ignore this book, unless they wish to aid Coulter's self-promotion of her own notoriety. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

If Dogs Had Wings

by Larry Dane Brimner

If wishes were horses, beggars would ride. And if dogs had wings, there's no telling what they would do. They might fly like eagles chase birds out of trees. They might even fly to the moon! One thing is for certain-young readers will find a picture book full of giggles when they see these high-flying canines soar through the sky.

If God is Good Study Guide

by Randy Alcorn

The reality of evil and suffering is not only our culture's biggest objection to faith in God, but also a piercing thrust into the soul of every believer at some point in their lives.

If God Is in Charge: Thoughts on the Nature of God for Skeptics, Christians, and Skeptical Christians

by Steve Brown

Ten chapters elaborate on such questions as: if God is in charge what is He like, why do I hurt so much, etc.

If God Is Love

by Philip Gulley James Mulholland

If God is love, why are so many Christians fearful, and why do so many church leaders sound hateful? Two controversial pastors address issues the church won't face, calling us to restore grace as the center of the Christian life. o In If Grace Is True, Pastors Philip Gulley and James Mulholland revealed their belief that God will save every person. They now explore the implications of this belief, and its power to change every area of our lives. They attempt to answer one question: If we took God's love seriously, what would our world look like? Gulley and Mulholland argue that what we believe is crucial and dramatically affects the way we live and interact in the world. Beliefs have power. The belief in a literal hell where people suffer eternally has often been used by the Church to justify hate and violence, which contradicts what Jesus taught about love and grace. The authors present a new vision for our personal, religious, and corporate lives, exploring what our world would be like if we based our existence on the foundational truth that God loves every person. Gulley and Mulholland boldly address many controversial issues people in the pews have wondered about but churches have been unwilling to tackle. For too long, the Christian tradition has been steeped in negativity, exclusion, and judgment. Gulley and Mulholland usher us into a new age--an age where grace and love are allowed to reign.

If God Were Real

by John Avant

Adventure! Everyone seeks some adventure in life. This book affirms that there is no greater adventure than to allow God to live in every aspect of life. Believe that God will influence your relationships with friends and family. Discover the difference you will see in your marriage. Move your faith beyond a mere intellectual pursuit and into the real world! d. If they do, Pastor Avant wants readers to consider what life would be like if they lived as if they believed in God. He advocates for the pursuit of a new Jesus movement that resembles Christ's original followers--followers who were so steadfastly devoted to Him that their every action reflected His glory. With If God Were Real, readers will embark on an adventure of discovery of the real God and a life lived in praise of Him.

If Grace Is True

by James Mulholland Philip Gulley

Why Everyone Will Be in Heaven Two pastors present their controversial belief in eternal salvation for all through God's perfect grace. Long disturbed by the church's struggle between offering both love and rejection, they discover what God wants from us and for us: grace for everyone.

If Grace Is True: Why God Will Save Every Person

by Philip Gulley James Mulholland

(from the back cover) WHY EVERYONE WILL BE IN HEAVEN Two pastors present their controversial belief in eternal salvation for all through God' perfect grace. Long disturbed by the Church's struggle between offering both love and rejection, they discover what God wants from us and for us: grace for everyone. "Gulley and Mulholland's stirring manifesto on the central role of universalism in Christianity will provoke traditionalists and encourage new ways of thinking about the nature and purpose of the Christian faith."-Publishers Weekly "Gulley and Mulholland stick to their guns as they tell their stories and the stories of people they have met with compassion, hope, kindness, and grace-and the lovely conviction of universal salvation."-Booklist "In this powerful book . . . these authors suggest [we] look to Jesus, who told us that God loves us as a parent loves a child, with a love that never turns away."-Presbyterians Today "Gulley and Mulholland have extended and deepened the meaning of God's grace in decidedly thoughtful and lovely ways." -Arkansas Democrat-Gazette "An easy read full of interesting stories and attractive assertions. . . . Their proposal remains a bold and controversial idea."-Dallas News

If Harry Potter Ran General Electric: Leadership Wisdom from the World of the Wizards

by Tom Morris

However important the magic of wands, brooms, cauldrons, potions, and spells might be to the vivid story telling of [the Harry Potter] books, it is merely incidental to their philosophy of life.... I can't count the number of times I've heard someone in a business context say something like "I wish I could just magically solve all these problems" or "I'll try my best to deal with this, but remember, I'm no magician." What is particularly interesting is that the most difficult problems that the people in Harry's world face are rarely solved with just magic, but rather by the use of intelligence, reasoning, planning, courage, determination, persistence, resourcefulness, creativity, fidelity, friendship, and many other qualities traditionally known by the philosophers in our world as virtues.... The meaning of life is not to be found in elixirs or incantations, secret words or exotic objects with esoteric powers, but in real moral virtue and the magic of what it can help us do..." J. K. Rowling's novels about Harry Potter and the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry have captured the imaginations of people everywhere. In IF HARRY POTTER RAN GENERAL ELECTRIC, bestselling business author Tom Morris (IF ARISTOTLE RAN GENERAL MOTORS) uncovers the values and timeless truths that underlie Rawling's hugely popular books and illuminate the lessons they offer to all of us in our careers and daily lives. But, you say, Harry Potter lives in a world of magic? What can we possibly learn to apply to our own careers and everyday lives? Morris shows that the most difficult problems Harry and his friends face are rarely solved by the use of magic alone. Rather, they are conquered by intelligence, reasoning, determination, creativity, friendship, and a host of other classic virtues-the very qualities, in fact, that make for success in every aspect of our lives. Blending an array of provocative examples from the novels with thought-provoking commentary on contemporary management practices, IF HARRY POTTER RAN GENERAL ELECTRIC offers readers a master's course on leadership and ethics, told in an engaging and insightful way.

If He's Sinful

by Hannah Howell

Secrecy and intrigue ignite dangerous passions in New York Times bestselling author Hannah Howell's seductive new novel. . . It is whispered throughout London that the members of the Wherlocke family are possessed of certain unexplainable gifts. But Lord Ashton Radmoor is skeptical--until he finds an innocent beauty lying drugged and helpless in the bedroom of a brothel. The mystery woman is Penelope Wherlocke, and her special gift of sight is leading her deep into a dangerous world of treachery and betrayal. Ashton knows he should forget her, yet he's drawn deeper into the vortex of her life, determined to keep her safe. But Penelope is no ordinary woman, and she's never met the man strong enough to contend with her unusual abilities. Until now. . . Praise for the Novels of Hannah Howell "Howell offers readers another captivating tale. " --Booklist "Another wonderful story filled with adventure, emotion, and laughter. " --Romantic Times

If I Am Missing or Dead

by Janine Latus

In April 2002, Janine Latus's youngest sister, Amy, wrote a note and taped it to the inside of her desk drawer. Today Ron Ball and I are romantically involved, it read, but I fear I have placed myself at risk in a variety of ways. Based on his criminal past, writing this out just seems like the smart thing to do. If I am missing or dead this obviously has not protected me... That same spring Janine Latus was struggling to leave her marriage -- a marriage to a handsome and successful man. A marriage others emulated. A marriage in which she felt she could do nothing right and everything wrong. A marriage in which she felt afraid, controlled, inadequate, and trapped. Ten weeks later, Janine Latus had left her marriage. She was on a business trip to the East Coast, savoring her freedom, attending a work conference, when she received a call from her sister Jane asking if she'd heard from Amy. Immediately, Janine's blood ran cold. Amy was missing. Helicopters went up and search dogs went out. Coworkers and neighbors and family members plastered missing posters with Amy's picture across the county. It took more than two weeks to find Amy's body, wrapped in a tarpaulin and buried at a building site. It took nearly two years before her killer, her former boyfriend Ron Ball, was sentenced for her murder. Amy died in silent fear and pain. Haunted by this, Janine Latus turned her journalistic eye inward. How, she wondered, did two seemingly well-adjusted, successful women end up in strings of physically or emotionally abusive relationships with men? If I Am Missing or Dead is a heart-wrenching journey of discovery as Janine Latus traces the roots of her own -- and her sister's -- victimization with unflinching candor. This beautifully written memoir will move readers from the first to the last page. At once a confession, a call to break the cycle of abuse, and a deeply felt love letter to her baby sister, Amy Lynne Latus, If I Am Missing or Dead is an unforgettable read.

If I Can't Have You

by Morrison Mary B.

New York Times bestselling author Mary B. Morrison delivers a seductive, mesmerizing tale of "love" gone dangerously wrong. Granville Washington can't accept Loretta Lovelace's demand that he leave her alone. Sure, Granville knows they're as different as can be. He's a construction worker, ball-and-chained to the Houston grid, while brilliant, beautiful Loretta is a pharmacist with a rich ex who takes care of her. But Granville also knows she can't resist the way he kisses every inch of her just right. After only three weeks, Granville will do anything to make her his. Forever. No matter how direct Loretta is, Granville doesn't get it. He was fine when it came to burning up the sheets, but that's where their connection ends--or so she thinks. When the stalking begins, Loretta's gorgeous girlfriend, Madison, claims she can tame any man. Loretta, unable to resist the opportunity, dares Madison to prove she can tame Granville. But sexing Granville may cost Madison more than her engagement to the most eligible bachelor in Houston. . . "Full of betrayal, greed, and sex that will have. . . fans clamoring for more. " --Publishers Weekly on The Eternal Engagement"The drama in this novel never stops. " --RT Book Reviews on Darius Jones

If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer

by The Goldman Family

The original manuscript from OJ Simpson, how he would have murdered his wife and her friend hypothetically, with comments from the Goldman family, Pablo F. Fenjves, and Dominick Dunne.

If I Die Before I Wake (Sweet Valley Twins #100)

by Jamie Suzanne Francine Pascal

The conclusion to the Frightening Four miniseries! On a hill on the outskirts of Sweet Valley sits a beautiful old Victorian house. It stood empty until a few weeks ago, when a big family moved in ... the perfect clients for Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield's new baby-sitting service ... Identical twins Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield and their friends have learned one thing from baby-sitting for the Riccoli family: dreams can come true ... and so can nightmares! When the fire in Andrew Riccoli's dream turned to real flames, the twins took action. They killed the evil creature -- half girl, half monster -- in the kids' nightmares. Before she killed THEM.

If I Ever Get Out of Here

by Eric Gansworth

"A heart-healing, mocs-on-the-ground story of music, family and friendship." -- Cynthia Leitich Smith, author of TANTALIZE and RAIN IS NOT MY INDIAN NAME Lewis "Shoe" Blake is used to the joys and difficulties of life on the Tuscarora Indian reservation in 1975: the joking, the Fireball games, the snow blowing through his roof. What he's not used to is white people being nice to him -- people like George Haddonfield, whose family recently moved to town with the Air Force. As the boys connect through their mutual passion for music, especially the Beatles, Lewis has to lie more and more to hide the reality of his family's poverty from George. He also has to deal with the vicious Evan Reininger, who makes Lewis the special target of his wrath. But when everyone else is on Evan's side, how can he be defeated? And if George finds out the truth about Lewis's home -- will he still be his friend? Acclaimed adult author Eric Gansworth makes his YA debut with this wry and powerful novel about friendship, memory, and the joy of rock 'n' roll.

If I Gained the World

by Linda Nichols

Lenore and Daniel have a comfortable cozy home and a wonderful son who happens to be a mirror image of his father. Lenore's life seems perfect except for one thing -- and she wants nothing to change-- except for that. Then their blissful existence suddenly unwinds leading to years of misery and soul-searching. How are things repaired? Only through time do they discover that it's through an absolute trusting in the one whose love never fails and who remains always faithful despite anything and everything.

If I Had a Paka

by Charlotte Pomerantz

Young readers can begin to learn Serbo-Croatian, Swahili, Vietnamese and eight other languages from around the world because Pomerantz deftly intersperses English with one other language in each of eleven different poems.

If I Had You

by Michelle Monkou

Entertainment mogul Brent Thatcher is a star-maker who knows talent when he sees it. And one thing he knows is that dedicated PR agent Charisse Sanford is the real thing. The workaholic millionaire wants the sultry beauty sharing his glamorous life...even if an intimate relationship is strictly taboo.Charisse is stunned when her start-up publicity firm wins the coveted bid for one of Brent's overnight music sensations. She knows that Brent is the best in the business, and she's not about to jeopardize her rising star. Until she gives in to her desire for the charismatic entrepreneur.... Will their forbidden passion launch their love to the top of the charts?

If I Had You

by Deborah Bedford

From bestselling author Deborah Bedford comes a moving tale of an estranged mother and daughter, and the child who forces their old conflicts back into the light. Nora Crabtree has long-since given up on her wayward daughter. When Tess turns up pregnant and begs for help, the last thing Nora wants is to get involved again. When Tess leaves, the Crabtrees have no choice but to bring this motherless baby into their home. Nora believes that God is giving her the chance she prayed for, to right mistakes from years before. She pours all the love that Tess had rejected into this new child. But when Tansy Crabtree vanishes on her walk from the bus stop, Nora and Tess must struggle with a relationship they thought had died years ago--and with the question of what is best for the little girl whom they both want to love. And Nora discovers that God may answer more prayers than she ever bargained for.

If I Ignore It, It Will Go Away: And Other Lies I Thought Were True

by Marsha Marks

Have you ever thought... My daughter will take care of the dog... I can keep house like my mother-in-law... I'll never dothatagain... Not only has author Marsha Marks believed the lies many of us hear and tell on a daily basis-she's willing to talk about them! Tickling the funny bone to get to the heart, Marks shares the real truths she's discovered behind everyday lies. Here you'll enjoy heavenly advice woven into hilarious stories as Marks offers a good dose of reality in a way you've never heard it before.

If I Lie

by Corrine Jackson

A dramatic and powerful novel that explores the gray space between truth and perception.Cheater. Traitor. Slut. Quinn's done the unthinkable: she kissed a guy who is not Carey, her boyfriend. And she got caught. Shunned by everyone she knows, Quinn loses her friends, her reputation, and her identity. Because Carey's not just any guy--he's a Marine who's serving overseas, and beloved by everyone in their small, military town. But Quinn didn't cheat. She could clear her name, but that would mean revealing secrets she's vowed to keep--secrets that aren't hers to share. So she stays silent, and waits for Carey to come home. Then Carey goes MIA, and Quinn must decide how far she'll go to protect her boyfriend...and her promise.

If I Live to Be 100: Lessons from the Centenarains

by Neenah Ellis

Neenah Ellis's New York Times bestselling If I Live to Be 100 takes us inside the world of the very old and invites us to learn from them the art of living well for an exceptionally long period of time. Their stories add up to a course in living, with lessons and inspiration for all of us.From the Trade Paperback edition.

If I Only Had A Horn: Young Louis Armstrong

by Roxane Orgill

From the book: There was a poor boy in New Orleans who was in love with music. And music was everywhere in his city -- dancing out of doorways, singing on street corners, best of all there was the great Joe Oliver's cornet crying wah-wah for all to hear. If I only had a horn, that boy thought, I too could sing, bring home pennies, and most of all tap happy feet blues till the sun rose. It wasn't going to be easy. Many things, not all of them good, had to happen before that boy got his horn. But when at last he did, his cornet would send music spiraling up into the New Orleans night sky like a spinning top gone crazy.

If I Only Knew Then...: Learning from Our Mistakes

by Charles Grodin

Writer, activist, and actor Charles Grodin delivers a fascinating collection of more than eighty intimate and revealing stories from friends and colleagues in the worlds of entertainment, sports, journalism, politics, and business-inspiring, entertaining, and heartfelt accounts of mistakes they've made and the lessons they learned. Carol Burnett writes about an ill-fated meeting with Cary Grant. Rosie O'Donnell remembers her inability to express her love for a close girlfriend. Senator Orrin Hatch regrets voting against Martin Luther King Day. Goldie Hawn considers her last day on Laugh-In ... and that's just the beginning! Alan Alda overprepares for an interview. Ben Stiller wonders whether he should have stayed in school. Kenneth Cole gets mixed up during an important speech. Lily Tomlin reconsiders a wardrobe choice. And what do Shirley MacLaine and Paul Newman regret? You'll have to read to find out. IF I ONLY KNEW THEN... is that rare book that could change your life. We aren't always aware we're making mistakes. These wonderful stories offer insights that could keep us from erring in the future. Don't make the mistake of not reading this book!

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