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I just wanted to explain my removal of recent additions to the "Further reading" section. Per WP:FURTHER, this section is for readings on the subject of the article. The additions, at least at first glance, appeared to be about SOCE in general, rather than about Exodus in particular. That these were books supposedly carries by Exodus's bookstore does not make them relevant (oy, how long the Further Reading section of the Waldenbooks article would be!) I checked one of the books listed, and it only mentioned Exodus on a single page (plus in the index, linking to that page); additionally, the book in question had a 2014 publication date, making even the claim of a listing at the Exodus bookstore problematic. --Nat Gertler (talk) 15:23, 11 September 2014 (UTC)