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Over the centuries since the Great Schism between the Eastern and Western Churches, the two groups have diverged to the point that they often no longer understand each other's vocabulary, let alone the fundamental concepts on which each faith is built. Know the Faith is an attempt to present Orthodox Christianity in a way Western Christians can understand, grounding each p Over the centuries since the Great Schism between the Eastern and Western Churches, the two groups have diverged to the point that they often no longer understand each other's vocabulary, let alone the fundamental concepts on which each faith is built. Know the Faith is an attempt to present Orthodox Christianity in a way Western Christians can understand, grounding each point in Scripture and patristic theology, with comparisons to what Catholics and Protestants believe. Whether you are an Orthodox Christian seeking to explain your faith to others or an inquirer into this ancient faith, Know the Faith will help you understand and communicate the Orthodox faith as never before.


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Over the centuries since the Great Schism between the Eastern and Western Churches, the two groups have diverged to the point that they often no longer understand each other's vocabulary, let alone the fundamental concepts on which each faith is built. Know the Faith is an attempt to present Orthodox Christianity in a way Western Christians can understand, grounding each p Over the centuries since the Great Schism between the Eastern and Western Churches, the two groups have diverged to the point that they often no longer understand each other's vocabulary, let alone the fundamental concepts on which each faith is built. Know the Faith is an attempt to present Orthodox Christianity in a way Western Christians can understand, grounding each point in Scripture and patristic theology, with comparisons to what Catholics and Protestants believe. Whether you are an Orthodox Christian seeking to explain your faith to others or an inquirer into this ancient faith, Know the Faith will help you understand and communicate the Orthodox faith as never before.

30 review for Know the Faith: A Handbook for Orthodox Christians and Inquirers

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alex of Yoe

    Don't mind the noise. That's just the sound of my worldview shattering into a million pieces. Wow.... I picked up this book because I'm a recent convert to Eastern Orthodoxy from an evangelical Protestant background. I went to a four-year evangelical Bible college and spent years in evangelical ministry. Upon my conversion, I started to get the sense that there were parts of my faith that I didn't understand as the Orthodox do, or terminology that meant something different to me than it did to t Don't mind the noise. That's just the sound of my worldview shattering into a million pieces. Wow.... I picked up this book because I'm a recent convert to Eastern Orthodoxy from an evangelical Protestant background. I went to a four-year evangelical Bible college and spent years in evangelical ministry. Upon my conversion, I started to get the sense that there were parts of my faith that I didn't understand as the Orthodox do, or terminology that meant something different to me than it did to them. I picked up this book to help educate myself on the differences between what I was taught and raised in and what the Orthodox Church believes. I was not prepared for the absolute destruction of every single theological foundation I ever had, nor the abundance of evidence that what I used to believe was not taught or held to by any Christian before the 1500s and in many cases was considered blatant heresy by the earliest Christians . OUCH. This book is basically an Orthodox "introduction to Systematic Theology" as far as the Orthodox Church has a systematic theology (the very concept is a Western, not Eastern, one). It goes point by point through the very basics of the faith (what is the Church? what is salvation? what is grace?) and compares and contrasts the Orthodox, Protestant, and Roman Catholic viewpoints in a very respectful way. The author lays out the history and context behind each view, backs everything up with Scripture and quotes from the early Church Fathers, and creates a well-organized, researched, and effective discussion of Eastern Orthodox theology, but written for Western readers. As a former evangelical Protestant, I found everything he wrote about Protestant beliefs to be totally on point. Generalized, yes (because let's be honest, there are thousand of Protestant perspectives and denominations. The author cannot possibly touch on all of them.), but everything he wrote reflected what I was taught in Bible college extremely accurately, which only made his refutations of it hurt even more. The chapter on "Tradition and Scripture" was especially eye-opening (I say "eye-opening"; it reduced me to literal sobbing at my own ignorance). I had no idea about the differences between 'kerygma' and 'dogma' or how both were used and viewed in the ancient Christian Church. That changes everything for me. Literally everything I've been taught is wrong. But, as mentioned above, he is careful to be respectful of his audience, and makes many concessions for Protestant thought by demonstrating the historical contexts surrounding the Reformation and how certain beliefs came into vogue (usually as a reaction against abuses in the Roman Catholic world). I won't speak for his arguments surrounding Roman Catholicism because I'm not Catholic and know nothing about them. But if he is as thorough with his research on them as he was for Protestants, it's pretty powerful and jarring stuff. I've known all along that you can't interpret any piece of literature outside of its historical or cultural context. The Bible is no exception. This book helps put Christianity and Scripture back into its proper context which, it seems, the Eastern Orthodox has not wavered from in over two-thousand years. That's an impressive resume. At the very least, it's worth considering. If you're a Christian and you have questions about your faith, about the ancient church, about how certain beliefs came into practice, read this book. Even if you don't walk away Orthodox, you will have learned at least a little about the history of the faith and why Orthodox/Catholics/Protestants believe what they do. It's powerful. It's succinct. It's easy to read. It changed my life. Smashed it, really. I'm going to be chewing on this for a long, loooooong time. Glory to God!

  2. 4 out of 5

    olga

    This book is hugely fundamental to having a comprehensive understanding of the Orthodox Faith. I now have a new recommendation for inquirers to Orthodoxy, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is Orthodox for any amount of time and wants to better understand how vastly different Orthodoxy is from both Catholicism and Protestantism (the Western Faiths). In this format, audio, the narrator is clear and concise, easily understood. His voice is a little monotone, but I sped up the listening speed This book is hugely fundamental to having a comprehensive understanding of the Orthodox Faith. I now have a new recommendation for inquirers to Orthodoxy, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is Orthodox for any amount of time and wants to better understand how vastly different Orthodoxy is from both Catholicism and Protestantism (the Western Faiths). In this format, audio, the narrator is clear and concise, easily understood. His voice is a little monotone, but I sped up the listening speed to 1.2 or 1.3 and it was easier to not get distracted away from what he was saying. I listened to this book almost exclusively on car rides, and also played it while doing chores. I loved listening to it so much, I bought the hard copy!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jesse

    Pretty good overview of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Fr. Michael focuses on the distinctions between Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, and Protestantism.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Elise

    This is an excellent introduction to Orthodox belief and some of the more common differences between Catholicism and Protestantism. Several reviewers cite that the author did not “quite” capture the differences accurately in regards to Protestant beliefs. These are the general more widely held interpretations in Protestantism and, as a former fundamentalist Protestant, are accurate in the larger sense (with over 25,000 different churches, it’s really hard to capture all the nuances, let’s be hon This is an excellent introduction to Orthodox belief and some of the more common differences between Catholicism and Protestantism. Several reviewers cite that the author did not “quite” capture the differences accurately in regards to Protestant beliefs. These are the general more widely held interpretations in Protestantism and, as a former fundamentalist Protestant, are accurate in the larger sense (with over 25,000 different churches, it’s really hard to capture all the nuances, let’s be honest). I believe the author captures these differences as neutrally as possible and provides a valuable book for either Orthodox or non-Orthodox to have a dialog about their differences of belief and the reasons behind them. If you are Orthodox, especially, a cradle Orthodox in America, this would be invaluable in having discussions with your friends and neighbors who are not Orthodox. Not to be missed!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Justin Heard

    This is the best book I have read all year. If you’re a Christian looking to learn about the Orthodox Church, I think this book will change your life. It certainly has changed my way of thinking, and is bringing me to where I have always belonged. Even if you’re not currently considering joining the Orthodox Church, or don’t feel like there’s a need for you to learn about it, read it anyway. Even if you don’t believe everything, it will change your life.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alex Holguin

    A simultaneously thorough and efficient introduction to a number of critical topics of the Orthodox Christian faith. Theology can sometimes feel overwhelming, as it requires a close reading of scriptural context, historical research, and philosophical study to truly feel a sense of capture over such a large and significant field. Additionally, understanding the nuances and distinctions between theologies of a similar faith tradition or that even share a vocabulary (with wildly different meanings A simultaneously thorough and efficient introduction to a number of critical topics of the Orthodox Christian faith. Theology can sometimes feel overwhelming, as it requires a close reading of scriptural context, historical research, and philosophical study to truly feel a sense of capture over such a large and significant field. Additionally, understanding the nuances and distinctions between theologies of a similar faith tradition or that even share a vocabulary (with wildly different meanings) can add to this general apprehension, as the very act of locating a belief as arising from an Orthodox, Roman Catholic, or Protestant worldview requires humility, knowledge, and a will to truth that is sometimes beyond the resources we naturally possess. As such, Rev. Shanbour’s “Know the Faith” could not make this a more welcoming, accessible, and interesting of an experience. By leveraging a clever set of pop-culture examples, historical knowledge, and references to both scripture and ancient Church fathers to ground Orthodox Christian belief around 11 theological concepts, the author invites the reader with open arms into the history and mystery of the church’s doctrine. Shanbour often opens a theological belief with where it has come from, but also takes the careful time to explain alternative interpretations by setting Orthodoxy in conversation with the Roman Catholic and Protestant Churches. Understanding that not all depictions of the faith are the same, Shanbour does an exceptional job at fairly explaining why Orthodox conceptions exist and how evolutions of the faith (or answers to Orthodoxy) stack up to the faith of the earliest disciples of the Christian Church. Shanbour begins an ambitious work by covering 11 topics that cover Orthodox theology, but the structure of his approach suggests that the book is ideal for clear and efficient descriptions of Orthodoxy, introductions to Orthodoxy, and/or necessary engagement for Roman Catholics or Protestants looking to discern how elements of their traditions engage the Orthodox church. The 11 topics that Shanbour works through are on Orthodox teachings regarding the Church, Grace, Salvation, Justification by Faith, Tradition & Scripture, the Eucharist & Liturgical Worship, Ordination & the Priesthood, Confession & Repentance, Icon Veneration, the Intercession of the Saints, and the Veneration of the Virgin Mary. These are what could loosely be described as the theology of the Orthodox Church, and each chapter includes an introduction, history of the concept, the Orthodox philosophical perspective on the concept, responses to popular criticisms, responses to Roman Catholic and/or Protestant positions (as well as detailing both subtle and overt differences between the approaches), a full list of scriptural references that support the Orthodox position, and a list of quotes from ancient Church fathers to demonstrate extra-biblical consistency and scriptural application. The audiobook is narrated by Darrell Smith and runs for approximately 9 hours and 50 minutes (appropriate, given its print counterpart’s 300+ page count). Given the word efficiency, it is relatively easy to become enraptured to a point where it feels as if virtually no time has passed: Smith speaks at a slow and steady pace, but Shanbour’s text empowers each sentence to be its own complete thought. Said differently, Shanbour does with one sentence what many authors struggle to do with four; so while the pace and the total time of the audiobook could be detriments for a different text, they ultimately compliment and enrich the engaging composition given here. Anyone interested in the Christian faith, whether they find themselves completely external to the faith, a newcomer, or a longtime participant should read this book since it gives such a thorough account on what Christianity is and how it has developed throughout time. I would encourage any Christian in the Roman Catholic or Protestant traditions to work through these pages, as Rev. Shanbour provides iron-sharpening provocations about a variety of Christian practices. The illumination of wisdom lost to denominational ideology is a risk that affects all with time, but powerful, convicting, and scripturally honed words such as these shine a light on productive ways to (re)encounter the faith. Whether you are new to Orthodox Christianity, familiarizing yourself with its theology and history, or an older Orthodox Christian looking for clear and concise ways to communicate its concepts to loved ones, this book is a must-have (and its audiobook, a must-listen).

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jenifer R.

    I read this book as an Orthodox convert and even shared a few chapters with my husband who is inquiring into the faith. I found it intellectually satisfying yet accessible. Fr Michael brings clarity to his writing on doctrine and he brings scripture and early church writings to support every major point he presents. The book lays out some of the main points on which Orthodox differ from Protestants and Roman Catholics. My husband was particularly interested in these points, as he is coming to Or I read this book as an Orthodox convert and even shared a few chapters with my husband who is inquiring into the faith. I found it intellectually satisfying yet accessible. Fr Michael brings clarity to his writing on doctrine and he brings scripture and early church writings to support every major point he presents. The book lays out some of the main points on which Orthodox differ from Protestants and Roman Catholics. My husband was particularly interested in these points, as he is coming to Orthodoxy from a secular background. As such, friends and family members want to know why we wouldn't choose a more culturally recognizable form of Christianity. It's not always easy to answer these questions in a clear and peaceable way. We both agreed that the book gives a strong foundation for one to talk about Orthodox Christianity to other, non-Orthodox Christians. Just the few chapters I shared with him on "Tradition and Scripture" and "Justification by Faith" were enough to feel confident answering potentially controversial subjects in a respectful, yet informed fashion. I see myself continuing to use this book as an easy reference for issues of doctrine. It is certainly worth purchasing for the inquirer, but also for those Orthodox Christians looking to brush up on the teaching of the Church.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Garrett

    An informative, satisfying listen on Orthodox theology and practice. In this timeless book, Fr. Shanbour clearly lays out the teachings of the Orthodox Church. I especially enjoyed how the author organized the book to open with those topics that will be of most interest and help to inquirers, converts, and others. The first four chapters (covering the church, grace, salvation, and justification by faith respectively) clearly lay out the fundamental doctrines of the Orthodox church. As I am a con An informative, satisfying listen on Orthodox theology and practice. In this timeless book, Fr. Shanbour clearly lays out the teachings of the Orthodox Church. I especially enjoyed how the author organized the book to open with those topics that will be of most interest and help to inquirers, converts, and others. The first four chapters (covering the church, grace, salvation, and justification by faith respectively) clearly lay out the fundamental doctrines of the Orthodox church. As I am a convert from Protestantism, I found the author's inclusion of Roman Catholic and Protestant doctrines to be incredibly helpful. It is amazing how much greater the differences are between Eastern and Western Christianity than between the two main branches of the Western Church. I did find the audiobook version of this book to be a bit of a challenge, given the content's depth. If one is just starting their exploration of Orthodoxy I recommend they get a physical or electronic copy of this book. However, if one is already fairly familiar with Orthodox teachings and practice, this is a solid listen that I highly recommend. The narrator is engaging without being overly dramatic. I highly recommend this book in any edition to those who want to learn more about the Orthodox faith, especially if they are coming from a Roman Catholic or Protestant background.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Paul Batz

    This is a wonderful introduction to Orthodoxy, especially for those coming from a Catholic or Protestant background. Rev. Michael Shanbour is particularly apt in expecting the questions Evangelicals might have in regards to things like saints, Eucharist, and Mary. Personally, I found the end of his chapters to be the strongest aspect of his book. Shanbour includes quotes from scripture and quotes from early church fathers to support the points he is making in defence of Orthodoxy. In his chapter This is a wonderful introduction to Orthodoxy, especially for those coming from a Catholic or Protestant background. Rev. Michael Shanbour is particularly apt in expecting the questions Evangelicals might have in regards to things like saints, Eucharist, and Mary. Personally, I found the end of his chapters to be the strongest aspect of his book. Shanbour includes quotes from scripture and quotes from early church fathers to support the points he is making in defence of Orthodoxy. In his chapter on Mary, he even includes a section of quotes from Protestant thinkers such as Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli. Shanbour challenges us to consider quotes like these: “[Mary] is the highest woman and the noblest gem in Christianity after Christ. ... She is nobility, wisdom, and holiness personified. We can never honour her enough.” (Sermon, Christmas, 1531) (340, Shanbour) “It cannot be denied that God in choosing and destining Mary to be the Mother of his Son, granted her the highest honour.” (Calvini Opera, vol. 45, 348) (341, Shanbour) These are quotes from Luther and Calvin respectively. Given the distance between the reformers and the modern churches from whence they come, one could hardly guess this was them speaking, but it is. For those interested in Orthodoxy, especially those coming from an Evangelical perspective, read this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Charla Lancaster

    This is the book I wish I’d had during my conversion to Orthodoxy. Rev. Michael Shanbour does a beautiful job of dissecting the differences in doctrine between the ancient Orthodox church and the more “modern” Roman Catholic and Protestant faiths. The book outlines the doctrinal differences on these essential issues: —The Church —Grace —Salvation —Justification by Faith —Tradition & Scripture —The Eucharist & Liturgical Worship —Ordination & the Priesthood —Confession & Repentance —Icons, Veneration & Wo This is the book I wish I’d had during my conversion to Orthodoxy. Rev. Michael Shanbour does a beautiful job of dissecting the differences in doctrine between the ancient Orthodox church and the more “modern” Roman Catholic and Protestant faiths. The book outlines the doctrinal differences on these essential issues: —The Church —Grace —Salvation —Justification by Faith —Tradition & Scripture —The Eucharist & Liturgical Worship —Ordination & the Priesthood —Confession & Repentance —Icons, Veneration & Worship —The Intercession of the Saints —Veneration of the Virgin Mary Father Michael explores these issues with such clarity that I have a new understanding of some of these topics—for example, I now not only feel like I completely understand the doctrine of Grace as held by the Orthodox Church, but for the first time in my life I really understand the Protestant doctrine as well. These distinctions are so vital for inquirers and this book is a gift. As a former Protestant I’ve found it exceedingly difficult to talk about my Orthodox faith to my Protestant friends and family without causing conflict and hurt feelings, but Father Michael goes about this delicate task in such a diplomatic —but forthright—way that I have changed the way I think about such conversations.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tyler Collins

    I was gifted this book on a visit to Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Kansas City, MO in 2018. I began reading it at that time, but after a long intermission, finished the book this year. I found it to be an incredibly helpful book in giving an introduction to Eastern Orthodox theology and practice. It is specifically written with the western Protestant in mind and speaks in a way that addresses the concerns and questions of the Protestant mind. The chapters cover these great topics: 1. The I was gifted this book on a visit to Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Kansas City, MO in 2018. I began reading it at that time, but after a long intermission, finished the book this year. I found it to be an incredibly helpful book in giving an introduction to Eastern Orthodox theology and practice. It is specifically written with the western Protestant in mind and speaks in a way that addresses the concerns and questions of the Protestant mind. The chapters cover these great topics: 1. The Church 2. Grace 3. Salvation 4. Justification by Faith 5. Tradition and Scripture 6. The Eucharist & Liturgical Worship 7. Ordination & The Priesthood 8. Confession & Repentance 9. Icons, Veneration, & Worship 10. The Intercession of the Saints 11. Veneration of the Virgin Mary I would recommend this to anyone looking to learn more about the Eastern Orthodox Church or anyone looking to grow their theological perspective. What I have learned from Fr. Michael Shanbour in this book will likely shape and challenge my thinking for many years to come.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Valerie

    One of the clearest texts on Christian Orthodoxy for inquirers or those who have embraced the faith . Topical chapters describe, explain, illustrate and compare what the Orthodox Church believes about the Church; Grace; Salvation; Justification by Faith; Tradition and Scripture, the Eucharist and Liturgical Worship, Ordination and the Priesthood, Confession and Repentance; Icons, Veneration and Worship; the Intercessions of the Saints; and Veneration of the Virgin Mary. I have been an Orthodox C One of the clearest texts on Christian Orthodoxy for inquirers or those who have embraced the faith . Topical chapters describe, explain, illustrate and compare what the Orthodox Church believes about the Church; Grace; Salvation; Justification by Faith; Tradition and Scripture, the Eucharist and Liturgical Worship, Ordination and the Priesthood, Confession and Repentance; Icons, Veneration and Worship; the Intercessions of the Saints; and Veneration of the Virgin Mary. I have been an Orthodox Christian for the last 18 years, coming to the faith by way of Protestantism. Father Michael Shanbour's guide was not only a refresher-course, but also a refreshing well-researched discourse that illumined my mind, soul, and spirit in further knowledge and faith.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    This is one of those wonderful books that really is good for everyone. Whether you're an established Orthodox Christian that wants to knock some of the dust off the basics, an inquirer, or are just curious as to how the Orthodox Church is different I can think of no better place to start than this. Know The Faith is very readable, clear, concise, and one doesn't need to know a foreign language to get the point. Points of doctrine and belief as well as centuries of history are summed up in a very This is one of those wonderful books that really is good for everyone. Whether you're an established Orthodox Christian that wants to knock some of the dust off the basics, an inquirer, or are just curious as to how the Orthodox Church is different I can think of no better place to start than this. Know The Faith is very readable, clear, concise, and one doesn't need to know a foreign language to get the point. Points of doctrine and belief as well as centuries of history are summed up in a very natural way. I wish I could get one for all of you to read, but until I win several lotteries I doubt that will happen. Pick it up! You won't be sorry.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Angela Alessandroni

    A new convert left this book on a bench in the church. I was curious, browsed through it and ordered my own copy. I wanted to test my understanding of the basic beliefs of the Orthodox Church. I feared the wooly sheep of my thoughts may have wandered from the faith of the Fathers and were mixed with my own opinions, cultural Protestantism, or ignorance. This book was just what I needed. Reading revealed new depths of Orthodox thought and reasoning, while refreshing my heart with love for God and A new convert left this book on a bench in the church. I was curious, browsed through it and ordered my own copy. I wanted to test my understanding of the basic beliefs of the Orthodox Church. I feared the wooly sheep of my thoughts may have wandered from the faith of the Fathers and were mixed with my own opinions, cultural Protestantism, or ignorance. This book was just what I needed. Reading revealed new depths of Orthodox thought and reasoning, while refreshing my heart with love for God and the faith. Thank you, Fr. Michael Shanbour! I'm sure this book will serve to enlighten seekers for decades to come.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Morgan Lammert

    I was blessed to talk to the author, Father Michael, when I visited The Three Hierarchs in Wenatchee and he invited me to read his book. I’m very interested in Orthodox Christianity since I believe it offers much that is missing in western Christianity. This book gave me the scriptural and patristic theology to back up claims that seem different since I was raised Catholic and Protestant. I felt that some topics could have been fleshed out more, but I understand this is more of an introduction t I was blessed to talk to the author, Father Michael, when I visited The Three Hierarchs in Wenatchee and he invited me to read his book. I’m very interested in Orthodox Christianity since I believe it offers much that is missing in western Christianity. This book gave me the scriptural and patristic theology to back up claims that seem different since I was raised Catholic and Protestant. I felt that some topics could have been fleshed out more, but I understand this is more of an introduction to orthodox theology. Overall, a helpful and clear guide to the faith of the ancient church.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dylan

    I read this book as a Protestant inquiring into Orthodoxy, and from that perspective it provides an excellent view into Orthodox theology and practice. The views of Roman Catholicism for my understanding, but I’m not an expert. I would caution anyone reading this book to speak to a Protestant that the author often paints a very diverse group with a broad brush, while the views do represent some Protestants, painting them with such a wide brush miss the often large doctrinal differences between t I read this book as a Protestant inquiring into Orthodoxy, and from that perspective it provides an excellent view into Orthodox theology and practice. The views of Roman Catholicism for my understanding, but I’m not an expert. I would caution anyone reading this book to speak to a Protestant that the author often paints a very diverse group with a broad brush, while the views do represent some Protestants, painting them with such a wide brush miss the often large doctrinal differences between them

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tracey

    My parents have converted from Lutheranism to Orthodoxy so I was interested to find what the differences are. It is a great book for those wanting to know about the Orthodox faith, however I felt some of the information about Lutheran beliefs was not quite accurate according to the way I was raised. (My Dad is also a former Lutheran pastor.)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ahmad Williams

    Just what I needed! No hard religious jargon, but straight to the point. I’m not the best at articulating my position all the time, but this was something to definitely place in my toolbox. If you are new to Orthodoxy or inquiring this helps clear all of those superstitions you may have heard.

  19. 4 out of 5

    NanoCyborg

    Excellent little book for a catechumen to the Orthodox Church. For a beginner, it's excellent.. for anyone past that it might be a bit basic. Excellent little book for a catechumen to the Orthodox Church. For a beginner, it's excellent.. for anyone past that it might be a bit basic.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Nameless

    Fr. Michael provides a very digestible overview of the differences between Orthodox Christianity, Roman Catholicism, and Protestantism. Extemely recommended for inquirers.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Brandon LeBlanc

  22. 5 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

    Wil Roese

  27. 5 out of 5

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  28. 4 out of 5

    Michael St. Clair

  29. 5 out of 5

    Allison Elizabeth Roorda

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