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The Gospel According to Jesus

The Gospel According to Jesus

On 1/12 Bryan Cruthirds wrote: The Gospel According to Jesus filled me with mixed emotions. The over-arching theme of the book is how to love and live in the same manner as that of Christ. Not just in a superficial “here's a buck get a cup of coffee” way, but in an “I love you genuinely and want to help you simply because ... Great subject, somewhat scattered presentation

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3 Stars

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The Hole in Our Gospel (Trade Paperback)

The Hole in Our Gospel (Trade Paperback)

On 9/22 Bryan Cruthirds wrote: The Hole in the Gospel is, or was for me rather, a very uncomfortable book to read. The subject matter cut a little too close to my comfortable middle-class life of ignorance and excess. No longer do I have an excuse to turn my head the other direction and feign ignorance to the plight of millions ... nlightening and uncomfortable, just what I needed

Bryan's Rating:

5 Stars

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If I Could Ask God Anything

If I Could Ask God Anything

On 5/3 Bryan Cruthirds wrote: If I Could Ask God Anything: Awesome Bible Answers for Curious Kids by Kathryn Slattery is a nice compact little book with 181 well thought out questions that a typical 6+ year old child might ask about God. Each one has at least one, but generally more bible references contained in the body of the answer ... Pretty good referance for a seven year old

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4 Stars

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The Map

The Map

On 3/27 Bryan Cruthirds wrote: I'll have to admit, I started out very skeptical. Just reading the back cover of the book made me raise my eyebrows a bit. Ancient writings with hidden codes leading to a secret map? Sounds a lot like The Da Vinci Code and pretty fishy. At least The Da Vinci Code was billed as fiction. But my skepticism ... Interesting, easy read with good ideas and insight

Bryan's Rating:

4 Stars

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