Reviews by David Hitt
On 1/17 David Hitt wrote: No one is immune to having a crisis of faith. While we like to think of pastors as being virtual Supermen of holiness, the truth, of course, is that even they struggle at times. "Mondays With My Old Pastor," by José Luis Navajo, is a picture of that struggle, told largely as a conversation between two ... Comforting Stories For Times Of Doubts
On 5/12 David Hitt wrote: A while back I wrote a review about how much I loved the "The Voice" translation of the New Testament, so when Booksneeze offered me a free review copy of the now-completed full "The Voice" Bible, I was incredibly excited. Since I first got The Voice New Testament, it has become my primary versions of ... Modern Language, Classic Context
On 5/3 David Hitt wrote: The desire for "more" is seemingly an inescapable part of the human experience. It comes in many, many forms -- the desire for more "stuff," the desire for a new relationship (or one better than what we have), the desire for deeper friendships or purpose. Why? Why does this desire seem to be a universal ... Want More?
On 3/11 David Hitt wrote: “I Am Second,” by Doug Bender and Dave Sterrett is a pretty book. The page layout is clean and deliberate, the typography a combination of simple serif and san serif fonts that are visually interesting without complexity, the pictures monochromatic against stark plain backgrounds. The book, visually, ... A Polished Book With Unpolished Stories
On 11/4 David Hitt wrote: With a unique approach to translation and presentation, the new "The Voice" New Testament does a great job of making The Book feel like, well, a book. Neither completely a word-for-word or thought-for-thought Bible, "The Voice" builds on a direct translation approach at its core, supplemented with in-line ... Making The Book read like a book
On 10/9 David Hitt wrote: "The LORD our God, the LORD is one." For some, this can be a difficult truth to understand. At times, God is spoken of almost as if He's two different beings -- a harsh and angry God in the Old Testament, a merciful and loving God in the New. Pastor Andy Stanley explores the Bible as one continuous narrative, ... "The LORD our God, the LORD is one."
On 8/22 David Hitt wrote: Chances are very good, you've heard about this "God" guy Christians talk about. You probably even have some idea of who you think He is. But how accurate are those impressions? How many of those are misconceptions? Even for a lot of Christians, some of the most important truths of the nature of God are ... Who He Is, and Who We Are